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“Sweet Auburn Market”
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Sweet Auburn
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Ranked #78 of 292 things to do in Atlanta
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Owner description: The heart of African American commerce and culture in Atlanta at the turn of the century.
Reviewed June 7, 2014

I live very close to here and can't believe I had never been here until recently. Market is awesome. There's food for everyone -vegans, vegetarians, and meat eaters, and prices are reasonable. I also picked up some huge bags of cut up vegetables from a little market in there that were amazingly cheap. I will definitely be back!

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Reviewed May 24, 2014

I had an amazing time!!! at the Auburn Fest. There was plenty of booths with plenty of items to buy and sample (ex. jewelry, books, clothing, beverages, foods). The fest. stretched into downtown. It was a Awesome experience to see so many people with Live Music and Food to Spare 2 thumbs Up to Auburn Fest.

1  Thank LaTonya J
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Reviewed November 28, 2013

The Sweet Auburn Market was a wonderful place to visit, especially all of the delicious praline and popcorn at Miss Dee's. This is now a "must" stop every time I am in Atlanta.

1  Thank susan T
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Reviewed April 9, 2013

The Sweet Auburn neighborhood is one of the most important communities in Atlanta history. Recent and planned improvements (murals of civil rights leaders, the planned streetcar route, etc.) are giving this neighborhood much needed beautification and accessibility. The Sweet Auburn Market is not to be missed - there are a wide variety of delicious eateries.

3  Thank rsstoll
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Reviewed March 8, 2013

For anyone who is old enough to have been there (or too young to remember) this walk through the childhood neighborhood of Martin Luther King, Jr. is an opportunity to experience the setting he grew up in and the influences in his life. Cried through the whole video of the "I have a Dream" speech. Take your children here so they understand what it took for the nation to move forward on civil rights.

1  Thank Betsy B
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