Shop Local in the ATL
Take Home Authentic Atlanta from one of these Local Shops and Producers
Arts, Crafts & ATL Products
Located inside Kolo Collection, Atlanta Made showcases pieces from local artisans, from high-end outdoor furniture to artwork, jewelry and other one-of-a-kind, custom pieces all made within 25 miles of Atlanta’s city center. Helpful staff are happy to tell you the story behind each artist.
Shop The Collective at Krog Street Market for local hand-crafted jewelry, pottery, ATL shirts, etched ATL wine glasses, coasters, colorful fiber art, locally-produced gourmet foods, even succulents.
If you want Atlanta-logo products, Citizen Supply at Ponce City Market has an amazing array of Atlanta branded items. Show your ATL pride with an Atlanta sweatshirt, T-shirt, cup, hat, flag, candle or shot glass. Included in their collection is a curated selection of small brands from around the world, including some ATL makers.
Juices, Milks & Kombucha Teas
Fresh juice manufacturer Arden’s Garden has shops in Buckhead, Little Five Points, on Auburn Avenue and Howell Mill Road, and locations outside of the city. The juices, made from combinations of more than 20 fruits and vegetables, are also available at Whole Foods, Publix and Kroger, and select coffee and bagel shops, health food stores.
Detox and cleansing juices also available.
This cold-pressed juice company uses raw, organic ingredients crafted so that each juice, almond milk and elixir shot is more like a health tonic than a drink. Hand bottled in Serenbe, just south of Atlanta, customers can opt for home delivery in Atlanta or pick it at local farmers markets. From Gingered Greens and Cinnamon Yam, to Dandelion and Spinach Apple, and seasonal specials like Apple Almond, or try a monthly variety pack to start your juicing journey.
Offering nine varieties of dairy-free, plant-based milks, Treehouse Milk ships and offers local delivery and pick-up or find it at farmers markets and select local cafes and shops in the ATL. Starting with a basic almond milk, Treehouse now offers a variety of sweetened and unsweetened almond, cashew and pecan milks, and will soon be rolling out their Georgia pecan milk — which the founders say has more antioxidants and requires less water than almonds — nationwide. Pair up a glass of their chocolate pecan milk with a locally-made sweet treat for a refreshing and decadent ATL-made afternoon pick-me-up.
Golda Kombucha Tea
From a time-tested family recipe from 95-year-old grandmother Golda, who had been brewing her own kombucha for more than 40 years, comes Golda Kombucha Tea. Known for aiding digestion, offering immunity support and energy, these probiotic drinks are available in ready-to-drink cans and at dozens of restaurants, bars and grocers like Kroger and Whole Foods Markets throughout the Southeast and at the company’s tap room, Cultured South, 1038 White Street SW. Try flavors like Hopped Georgia Citrus, Blackberry Basil, Peach Ginger, Strawberry Mint, Hibiscus Orange and Lavender Lemonade.
Eats — Meats & Provisions
Butcher- and farmer-owned Chop Shop offers humanely-raised meats, artisan cheeses, and specialty provisions like oils, mustards, jams, jellies and sauces sourced from small family farms throughout Georgia and Tennessee. From rib eyes and briskets to artisan Spiced Pear Sausage, their signature Heritage Bacon Jam, Butcher Salt, hot honey, Beef Butter and more, Chop Shop has what you need to make your next meal divine.
The Spotted Trotter
With a culinary scene that is off the hook, of course the ATL has a boutique charcuterie house! Here, chef Kevin Ouzts offers up a selection of dried, fresh and smoked meats, from a basic beer brat made with local ales, and a smoked Tasso Ham, to more exotic meaty treats like duck prosciutto, bresaola, Spicy Chupacabra Salami, and Black Pep Truffle Pancetta. Plus they have cool swag. Pick up The Spotted Trotter art deco pig T-shirt or the pig on a fence Stay Hungry shirt or Eat Good Meat hat and wear with ATL pride.
Beautiful Briny Sea
Artisan dry goods like small-batch salts, salt blends, sugars and other culinary products from restaurateur Suzi Sheffield will complete your kitchen and make your next meal memorable. Choose from 12 salt batches, brines, and a variety of cane sugar blends and gift sets for yourself or a friend. Try the Campfire Sea Salt for the perfect finish on roasted vegetables, grilled meats and scrambled eggs. Use the Orange Chili Sugar to put your compotes, baked goods over the top or sprinkle Mr. Gigglepants over your cupcakes, french toast, fruit desserts and more.
Eats — Sweets & Frozen Treats
Xocolatl Small Batch Chocolate
Keep Calm and Chocolate on with a bar of single-origin dark chocolate or Chocolate Care Package from Xocolatl Small Batch Chocolate. The selection includes pantry provisions like vanilla cacao extract in bourbon, raw organic cacao beans, and other exotic treats like cacao teas, flavor inclusion bars and almond-milk white chocolate Bunny Bark. Order online, or shop their boutique at Krog Street Market.
A Haute Cookie
Luxury gourmet cookies from A Haute Cookie are available both online and from their boutique a few blocks from Zoo Atlanta in The Beacon complex. Owner Shiana White offers up a line of decadent sweets like pints of safe-to-eat raw cookie dough, cookie dough ice cream sundaes, sandwiches, frozen cookie dough bars, s’mores, brownie cookie dough bars, shakes and freshly baked cookies. For the true cookie dough addict, there is even The Real Cookie Cake for your next birthday or celebration, or the Real Cookie Cake Jar for a smaller, yet equally decadent, portion. Vegan and gluten-free options available, too.
King of Pops
Under its signature rainbow umbrella lives King of Pops, frozen treats on a stick with flavors like Chocolate Sea Salt, Raspberry Lime, Cookies n’ Cream, Banana Puddin’, Orange Basil and Strawberry Lemonade. They even offer pops for your pup. Look for King of Pops at Ponce City Market, at their Window location on Elizabeth Street in Inman Park or look for the signature rainbow umbrella and cart around town.
Morelli’s Ice Cream
By the pint, quart, in a sundae, shake or cake, Morelli’s fame goes beyond Atlanta. Regularly named the best ice cream in the country, Morelli’s ice cream is thick, creamy and comes in a variety of uniquely delicious flavors. Try the Blueberry Corncake, Krispy Kreamier, Elvis Lives, or PBJ. A little more adventurous? Go for the coconut jalapeño, ginger lavender or strawberry rosewater. For the less adventurous, yes, there is vanilla and chocolate on the menu, but be daring and order up the Death by Chocolate. Stop in at the shop and production center at 749 Moreland Ave. SE. Expect a line. Or find it on the menu at Farmburger in Dunwoody and Decatur, Chops Lobster Bar, Murphy’s on Highlands, or We Juice It, at Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson Airport.
Queen of Cream
Small-batch, scratch made ice cream in flavors from classic to exotic is Queen of Cream’s claim to fame. Vanilla Bean to Black Pearl, and Lavender Honeycomb to Brown Butter Pecan, all are melt-in-your-mouth ATL deliciousness. Find your favorite from their selection of seasonal and year-round recipes featuring Southern touches like Coconut Cake featuring coconut scented ice cream packed with pieces of coconut cake, or Peach Pie, vanilla ice cream blended with homemade buttery pie crumb and Georgia peach jam. No matter the time of year, Queen of Cream is always in season.
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