This market has everything you can imagine from fresh herbs, produce, fish, bakery goods to fresh flowers and more. If you can't find it here it can't be found.
This is a gigantic warehouse type market that has a great variety of fruits, vegetables, meats, bread, and cheeses. They also have wine, a pastry department and a ready to eat buffet, It has good prices, is generally very crowded, but worth the effort. You will hear a variety of languages spoken.
We had fun shopping for veggies and fruits.And other grocery shopping that we needed for the house and it worked out fine.
Everyone I take to the DeKalb Farmers Market says it's a highlight of their trip to Atlanta. When planning a return trip, they say they are coming to a Braves game and the DeKalb Farmers Market. The produce selection is amazing and the fish and meats are truly the best in town!
Dekalb farmers market is very much talked about.It did live up to its hype. There are exoctic fruits, Unknown seasons, wild fish, and what veggie? Along with baked goods, drinks, an meat of all kinds. I was thrilled to recognize some of the fruit because of another attraction Fruit an Spice park in Florida which was a great teaching experience!... More
What a great place. From fresh seafood to Italian wine this place has it all. The amount of fresh fruit and vegetables is amazing! Our family of 4 was even able to have lunch there for under $20. I can't wait to go back to my new favorite place in the Atlanta area.
This gigantic supermarket has more exotic ethic foods, fresh veges, etc than anywhere in the country! Fruits & veges are always fresher, and thus a better value than any chain market. Also highly recommend their baked goods, especially the challah bread and the bagels. Spices are super cheap here... so stock up! Also has a huge wine selection. The cafeteria... More
My brother has taken me to the Dekalb Farmers Market several times for lunch which I'm in town to visit. The food is always good and cheap. We have always eaten in, but you can have it as take out too. It's open from 11 am to 8 pm. It's a great way to eat a lot of yummy veggies.... More
I have been shopping at DeKalb Farmer's Market since it first opened in the 80's. With every expansion, it has become better and included foods from around the world. Fresh seafood, fresh chicken and beef that has never been frozen....grain fed all natural. Everything well displayed and a wine selection to compete with anyone. Sometimes so crowded you have trouble... More
Loved seeing all the foods (foreign an domestic). Take a jacket and hat to stay warm like the staff. Spent several hundred dollars on nicely priced wine and hard to find food.
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