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Best Neighborhood Market That Has It All

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Creative Loafing has been presenting Atlanta's Best People, Places and Events since 1972. These are some of the past winners for this category:

Best Neighborhood Market That Has It All BOA Award Winner

Year » 2019
Type of Award » Consumer Culture
Picked By » Critics

Best Neighborhood Market That Has It All BOA Award Winner

Year » 2019
Type of Award » Consumer Culture
Picked By » Readers

Best Neighborhood Market That Has It All BOA Award Winner

Year » 2018
Type of Award » Cityscape
Picked By » Critics
Grant Park Market
What's not to like about the Grant Park Market? It's cute, clean, has efficient parking for running in and out, and stays competitive with Kroger prices with a much better selection of local goods. It's where I score my Treehouse nut milk, Montane waters and wine on tap at the diner-style eat-in cafe.more...
What's not to like about the Grant Park Market? It's cute, clean, has efficient parking for running in and out, and stays competitive with Kroger prices with a much better selection of local goods. It's where I score my Treehouse nut milk, Montane waters and wine on tap at the diner-style eat-in cafe. Just waiting for them to sell Georgia Hemp Company CBD, and I'll never shop elsewhere! Call it the sister store to Candler Park Market, yet with quite a different atmosphere. Both are special. (Courtesy of Frederik Brauer). less...

Best Neighborhood Market That Has It All BOA Award Winner

Year » 2018
Type of Award » Cityscape
Picked By » Readers

Best neighborhood market that has it all BOA Award Winner

Year » 2016
Type of Award » Consumer Culture
Picked By » Critics
You can count on an average bodega or corner store to cover the basics, from drinks, snacks, and tobacco to candy bars, condiments, and obscenely priced toiletries. But CANDLER PARK MARKET doesn’t just have the stuff you’ll settle for in a pinch. Instead, the unassuming oasis is packed with gourmetmore...
You can count on an average bodega or corner store to cover the basics, from drinks, snacks, and tobacco to candy bars, condiments, and obscenely priced toiletries. But CANDLER PARK MARKET doesn’t just have the stuff you’ll settle for in a pinch. Instead, the unassuming oasis is packed with gourmet goods that discerning urbanites crave. There are imported chocolates and fancy granola bars. Boxes of organic cereal and gluten-free crackers comingle with the Frosted Flakes and Wheat Thins. One aisle over, the Market’s generous produce section is routinely stocked with an array of locally grown veggies. The Deli at Candler Park Market, the neighborhood go-to for substantial sandwiches and salads, occupies the back of the store. The crown jewel, however, is the booze selection. Candler Park Market has an entire aisle dedicated to highly rated wines, and its impressive beer section is more crafty than convenient. There you’re as likely to find packs of Bells Two Hearted Ale and 21st Amendment as you are the latest local releases from Monday Night Brewing, Orpheus, and more. Candler Park Market is more than just a convenience store for those who live nearby. For many neighbors, shopping there has become a part of daily life. less...

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