Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Sweet Auburn Curb Market

This past weekend I had the pleasure of taking in brunch at the Sweet Auburn Curb Market, the oldest public market in Atlanta and beloved by locals and foodies from near and far, alike.  Laden with a rich history, it's the perfect dine-n-shop destination for the finest in produce, seafood, meats, baked goods, and specialty items (think gourmet popcorn!), along with some of the best indulgent eats, which include an ice cream stand that was the catalyst behind my latest visit.

High Road Craft hosted its recently launched Saturdae Brunch and served up mouth-watering sips and eats, including decadent cafe mocha, freshly pressed juice, fried apple pie, and a berry delicious waffle creation, paired with its signature, soo-soo good frozen cream, for an over-the-top sweet satiation.

The menu offerings
Tossing caution (and calories) to the wind, my companions and I relished every bite we took, along with the friendly and attentive service we received from the High Road team.  If you're looking to make your Saturdays a tad bit sweeter and more scrumptious, then email Saturdae@highroadcraft.com for reservations or just drop by while you're in the market. Brunch seating is between 10 a.m. and noon.

Can you tell I was enjoying it? :)

And if you're looking for more savory eats, not to fret.  With offerings of everything from gourmet burgers and franks to Jamaican cuisine to Mexican fare to a coffee bar and much more, you're guaranteed to find something that suits your tastes and leaves you eagerly awaiting your next visit.

What could be better than feasting on delicious food, followed by shopping the freshest, choicest selections of produce, meats, seafood and bakery items? 

A fun art mural of the market's treasures
So as soon as you can, run--don't walk--to the Sweet Auburn Curb Market for an exceptional experience in good food and Southern hospitality.

Happy Eating!

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