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Featured Merchants

Meat Vendors

What makes buying meats so unique at the Sweet Auburn Curb Market? Well there are many reasons:

  • Meat is high quality and fresh
  • Purchase only the amount that you need
  • Cut to customer’s specification


Porky Pig Market also specializes in making and selling Pork Sausages made at the Market.

The meat vendors also sells meat items that are hard to find or are specialty items like, pork and beef brains, cow tongue, and baby turkey wings.

It all comes down to personal service. There prices are also competitive and in most cases, lower than the grocery stores. What more can you ask for?




You also can order whole pigs starting at around 20 pounds and whole hogs starting around 100 pounds up. Call them and place your order.


We have three meat vendors in the market:

  • Country Meats 404-659-8785
  • D&J Meats 404-522-0973
  • Porky Pigs Market 404-222-0608


East Meets West at YumDiggity

YumDiggity is now serving Asian Food, with new food items added weekly. Stop by and sample their new menu and tell the owner Jonathan, what items you may want to see on the menu.
Some of the food includes:

  • Sesame Chicken
  • Teriyaki Chicken
  • Stir Fried Vegetables
  • Fried Vegetable

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Happening at the Market 

Phoenix Flies 2016

On March 5th, Phoenix Flies starts its 13th annual two week long series of events to showcase Atlanta’s Historic Resources through hundreds of free events presented by the Atlanta Preservation Center and their 85 Community Partners.

You can tour the Sweet Auburn Curb Market as part of the Phoenix Flies on March 19, 2016 at 3:00 PM. Go to Atlanta Preservation Center, to make your reservations.






















Panther Buck$ HIT THE STREET

Panther Buck$ 10% discount are now accepted at the Market by participating vendors. Here is a sample of what the coupon looks like. Vendors accepting these coupons will have a sign displaying the coupon.


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2016 Atlanta Streetcar St. Patrick’s Day Bar Crawl


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You don’t have to travel to Savannah, Georgia to feel the green of St. Patrick’s Day. Just take the Atlanta Streetcar to the Sweet Auburn Curb Market, and if you don’t have green, we’ve got you covered. Together, we can all look for that elusive leprechaun with the pot of gold.

The Market will once again co-host the event along with the Streetcar.

Registration for the event will begin promptly at 12PM and end at 2:30PM. Register at either location:

  • Sweet Auburn Curb Market, 209 Edgewood Ave SE, Atlanta, GA 30303
  • Woodruff Park Reading Room, 100 Peachtree St NE Atlanta, GA 30303


Look for green everywhere from top to bottom.  Have fun and enjoy:

  • Complimentary beer, provided by Red Brick Brewery of Atlanta, served to all who present their wristband to the bartender.
  • For those who choose to drive to the event, the Market offers a flat rate of $5.00 per day.*
  • Photo booth
  • Music

*Permit required.

For more information and ticket purchase go to:


Pop-Up Chefs

On March 19th you will be able to sample different foods from pop-up chefs at the Market. 

Check the Event Calendar at the Sweet Auburn Curb Market website to see what is being offered.
















School Tours

If your school is touring the APEX Museum or the King Center, the Sweet Auburn Curb Market is a wonderful place to have lunch. Reservations are suggested and they can be arranged by calling 404-659-1665.


The week of February 26, 2016 we had 102 students to have lunch with us. It was a fun time for all. Thanks for visiting.








Manager’s Message











The Municipal Market is a public market. What exactly does that mean?

Typically, a public market operates year-round, houses a selection of
individually owned shops or stalls, and day vendors.

With a focus on locally owned and operated businesses, they highlight the community’s culture, foods, and history.

More often than not, a public market prohibits chains and franchises; therefore providing a nurturing environment for entrepreneurial shops and startups.

Most function as non-profit or not-for-profit entities, are affiliated with the city or state they are located in, and are managed by a board of directors.

Once initially funded, public markets become self-sustaining. Your market (the Curb Market), has been in operation since 1918, and holds the unique position of being one of the continuously operating public markets in the country.

Incubator, destination, food source, at the end of the day it’s YOUR MARKET! Visit often.

Thank you,
Pamela Joiner

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  • Afrodish
  • Arepa Mia
  • Bell Street Burritos
  • just add honey tea company
  • Grind House Killer Burger
  • Metro Deli Soul Food
  • Panbury’s Double Crust Pies
  • Rawesome Juicery
  • Sweet Auburn BBQ
  • Tilapia Express
  • YumDiggity

Retail/Specialty Shops

  • Market Pharmacy
  • Market Gift Shop
  • Miss D’s Pralines
  • Sisters Bookshop
  • Sweet Auburn Bakery


  • Atlantic Seafood
  • Country Meat
  • D & J Meat
  • Porky Pig Market


  • Country Produce
  • Curb Produce
  • Natural Produce
  • S & H Produce



















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  • William

    Do merchant ship meat produces?

    • admin

      You can reach out to individual vendors to see if they will accommodate your request.
      Country Produce would be a place to call for produce. Then you can check with all the meat vendors.

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