Take a little Baffi home.

Find your West Coast vibe.


Tip of he hat to Lazy Betty.

Wear your fave brewery.

Oh my goodness -- made by chef Pano.

Anyway you slice it. . .

Got Merch? Support Atlanta Restaurants and Get Cool Stuff

Many of Atlanta’s restaurants sell merchandise either in their stores or online. Take a peek at these cool options and give yourself points for supporting local restaurants. 

Baffi Provisions: Pasta and Farro and Beans, Oh My

So many choices at Baffi Provisions. (Photo courtesy Baffi)

Baffi Provisions is a market that offers guests and locals the opportunity to bring home the flavors of the West Midtown restaurant — Baffi. The market features prepared foods, a farmer’s box and pantry items such as dried pastas, farro, Carnaroli rice, flour, olive oil, vinegars, beans and marinated artichokes. 

Pancake Social: Flip Some at Home

You’ll flip over this pancake mix. (Photo courtesy Pancake Social)

Pancake Social is a popular breakfast spot that celebrates the joy of pancakes, coffee and more. The good  news is that you can take some home. Pancake Social’s Buttermilk Pancake Mix is made with organic ingredients and makes approximately 40 pancakes. Plus, the restaurant sells Vermont maple syrup for a sweet pour over. 

Muchacho: Catch the Vibe

Find your West Coast Vibe at Muchacho. (Photo by Elliot Liss)

Muchacho is a Reynoldstown restaurant with a West Coast  vibe. You can get your own vibe with a Muchacho retro Youth of Tomorrow trucker hat, a Sunrise Tee — a classic t-shirt with intriguing pops of color — cotton canvas totes and 11-ounce industrial weight ceramic mugs.

Lazy Betty: Get a Hat to Go

Hats off to you, from Lazy Betty. (Photo courtesy Lazy Betty)

Lazy Betty is the restaurant where the kitchen team rocks trendy Lazy Betty hats daily. Now, you can purchase one. Available for $20 each, the hats come in three colors, all playing off the restaurant’s logo.

Root Baking Co.: Better Grains

Bread is the stuff of life. No, wait. It’s all good at Root Baking Co. (Photo courtesy Root Baking Co.)

Root Baking Co. offers flours for purchase — white, whole wheat, spelt and semolina for pasta — at the bakery and will soon have an online shop. Grains are purchased from small growers, including DaySpring Farms, and are milled and sifted in-house from varietals that aren’t typically available in groceries.

Second Self Beer Co.: Sport A Classic Shirt

Support your local brewery, oh yeah. (Photo courtesy Second Self)

The classic fit Red Logo Shirt is perfect for those who like sporting their favorite local brewery around town. Also available are tin tacker signs with Second Self’s classic logo and a Dickie’s work shirt.

Kyma: Shop Chef Pano Products

Goodies by Chef Pano. Need we say more? (Photo courtesy Buckhead Life Restaurant Group)

Kyma, part of the Buckhead Life Restaurant Group, sells a variety of items on the Chef Pano Product Line including organic extra virgin olive oil, wild thyme honey and green olives from northern Greece.

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Journalist Carol Carter writes and edits for Atlanta Convention & Visitors Bureau.

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