The East Atlanta Village Farmers Market: Known for it’s hip urban vibe and commitment to increasing access to fresh, local, and affordable food for all residents in the area. It has been voted the Reader’s Pick for the Best Outdoor Farmers Market in Atlanta’s Creative Loafing Magazine four years in a row. There is an on-site Edible Learning Garden where free classes on cooking, sustainability, art and gardening are taught each week during market. Local bands and artists flock to this in-town scene.
The EAVFM is considered the town square of the East Atlanta neighborhood and attracts over 750 weekly guests. The East Atlanta Village Farmers Market is open every Thursday mid-April – December from 4:00 – 8:00 pm in the heart of East Atlanta Village at 561 Flat Shoals Ave across from the MidwayPub. For more information visit: www.farmeav.com
The East Atlanta Village Farmers Market features locally grown vegetables and fruits; organic meats, diary, and eggs & artisan produced breads, and other delicacies. We also highlight local artists and community groups.
Below is a list of our 2013 Vendors:
The mission Atlanta Fresh is to bring the highest quality locally sourced and made dairy products to the Atlanta market. Our commitment to find the highest quality local dairy farms and, using their milk, provide you with the freshest and best yogurt and fresh cheese products you’ll ever taste.
Beautiful Briny Sea blends hand harvested sea salt with locally grown herbs and spices. From the harvesting of ingredients to the screening of the labels this product is 100% hand made from start to finish.
Big Daddy Biscuits makes all natural and organic dog biscuits Using the highest quality of human grade ingredients. Many which come from local farmers…To help with Fleas, Digestion and some that just taste YUMMY for your furry friends.”You Know You Want Some!!” -Big Daddy
CalyRoad Creamery brings the flavor of the countryside to your table. Farm fresh ingredients and our commitment to quality create the delectable flavor of our artisan cheeses. Owner, Robin Schick, was formally trained at the Vermont Institute of Artisan Cheese and skillfully prepares all of our selections.
Cosmos Organic Farm is transitioning a 100 year old conventional farm into a new organic farm as a new generation of farmer takes over. We have a very diverse array of vegetable produce, herbs, flowers, and mushrooms and use sustainable farming practices that both heals the land and respects our particular place here in the cosmos.
Country Gardens Farm is a Certified Naturally Grown small family farm located in Newnan producing a variety of natural foods in a sustainable farm system. Their goal is to help heal the land and people by producing the healthiest foods that we can by working with nature not against it.
Chris and Isia are urban farmers and foragers on a 1/2 acre lot in SE Atlanta. In addition to their farming and gathering, Isia teaches weekly yoga classes in our EAVFM Learning Garden and Chris leads walking tours of fruit and nut trees in East Atlanta.
Since 1995, Mary has been producing award-winning farmstead artisanal cheeses from Saanan goats. These goats are raised on farm and the chevre, tuma, feta-style, and special varietal cheeses are hand-crafted. These happy goats walk the earth gently thanks to rotational grazing.
You know how you get. It’s spring time, the sun is shining and the air is full of life and then the urge hits you. You might be in your car driving through the neighborhood, or in your business clothes coming home from work, or maybe even out for lunch in the middle of a hectic day – suddenly you get hit by that delicious aroma and realize somebody out there is grilling and chilling! Then everything else melts away and you know all you want is something simple and tasty from that grill, like a nicely seared, juicy hot dog!
Chef Nick Melvin can trace his life-long passion for the southern tradition of pickling to his childhood, when he would stand in his mother’s New Orleans kitchen and pickle vegetables from the family garden. Now with the launch of Doux South, Nick continues the family tradition of pickling with his own modern touches. As a farm-to-table chef in Atlanta, Nick has developed close friendships with the best organic farmers in the area. Nick knows that to get the best flavor, you need the best products, and his respect for the farmers’ hard work and dedication is obvious in the magical way he preserves their produce.
Fresh, a family business started by Marci Scharko, is unique because her products are made with all-natural ingredients from local farms. Just like the produce at the farmers market, Fresh products change with the seasons – like the Peaches ‘n Cream soap made from Decimal Place goats milk and Pearsons peaches.
Frolona Farm is a family owned and operated farm that has been continuously operated for over 100 years. They strive to produce the highest quality vegetables and meats and eggs that are all natural and delicious.
We’re the Good Food Truck, and we serve up delicious savory waffle cones, international rice crispy treats, and much more creative street food throughout the Atlanta metro area.
Grace’s Goodness was founded on the notion that honest, healthy, local food should be accessible to all. Brittany serves up Mason jars full of snacks, soups, salads, and treats that change with the season, along with the perennial Mama’s Pimento Cheese that’ll keep you coming back to her food truck week after week.
Nazifa provides her famous, hand-made Tandoore nan bread baked on an open flame. Her products are milk, egg and preservative free and 100% organic. She also features Sachas Humus, Baba Ganus, tabulih, baklava Burek, falafeel, falafeel sandwich and weekly specials each week.
From the Hive to You. Hidden Springs Farm, LLC is a family farm. The farm consists of 109 acres in Williamson, Georgia. Hidden Spring’s primary focus is to be a diversified farm that it is a self-sustaining agriculture business.
The three Carse brothers dreamed up the concept for King of Pops while sitting on a beach in South America. Desiring to bring healthy and natural popsicles back to the US, their pops are now the most popular in town – with people lining up to enjoy their ecologically responsible, fresh, and all natural frozen treats.
Sarah O’Brian serves up savory tarts mouthwatering treats at Atlanta ‘s hottest new bakery specializing in french-style confections with a strong commitment to local and sustainable food production practices.
Joe Reynolds focuses on heirloom and endangered vegetable varieties and soil-based agricultural practices. He believes a direct relationship with customers and transparent growing practices are the most assured ways to preserve the safety of our food supply and protect our community and environment.
Mercier Orchards is a third-generation apple farm that is located near the scenic mountain town of Blue Ridge, Georgia. Visit the farm website for information about store hours, u-pick dates, and special events.
From One Screw Loose we bring to Market a unique variety of jellies and jelly rubs. OSL is local, unique and handcrafted.
The Pearson Family has been growing sweet Georgia Peaches and Pecans on the same land as our great-great grandparents for over 100 years. For five generations, Pearson Farm has stood for honest values and traditional American Southern hospitality.
Revolution Doughnuts bakes up fresh doughnuts and a small variety of other baked treats made daily.
Riverview Farms is a certified organic family farm on 200 acres in the beautiful foothills of the Appalachians in Northwest Georgia. In the fertile bottomlands of the Coosawattee River west of Carter’s Lake, Charlotte and Wes gently cultivate certified organic vegetables, Berkshire pork, and grass-fed beef.
Sarah and Jonathan will be making wood-fired pizza using fresh ingredients from local farms and the best dough in town.Their business was conceived out of a mutual love for pizza, family, and the great outdoors. S & J’s Woodfired Pizza is focused on preserving the earth for generations to come.
Linda and Tony are “a couple of old hippies that farm for pleasure and sustainability.” They have a small 4-acre vegetable, cut flower and herb farm with a roadside stand.The Scharkos have been sharing their world view and delicious veggies with us since 2006.
Simply Seoul is an Atlanta based business that makes all natural kimchi and Korean BBQ sauces. Simply Seoul sources the finest ingredients, including locally grown organic produce. The inspiration of Simply Seoul comes from my grandmother who always made artisanal Korean food that was simple and traditional.
Sparta Imperial Mushrooms is located in Sparta, GA, the seat of Hancock County, aka “The Hidden Jewell of Georgia.” We’re all about growing fabulous mushrooms and serving as a driver for economic development for our area (top 5 unemployment rate in Georgia).
Local boutique charcuterie using only local, humanely sourced proteins and natural ingredients.
Storico Fresco is a handmade pasta company based in Atlanta. Inspired by the unique food traditions of Old Italy, we carefully recreate that country’s nearly forgotten pasta recipes with farm-fresh ingredients, a dedication to authenticity, and a full measure of passion.
This line of hand-made granola is produced by Diane Peck. Each bag is hand produced from start to finish. There are six varieties of granola sold exclusively at local farmers markets and businesses. The best granola featuring Ga Pecans in town!