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Isia Cooper (left) and Chris Clinton of Crack in the Sidewalk Farmlet sell veggies at the Grant Park Farmers Market.

Dustin Chambers

Isia Cooper (left) and Chris Clinton of Crack in the Sidewalk Farmlet sell veggies at the Grant Park Farmers Market.

Best place to buy local produce on Sunday morning: Grant Park Farmers Market

Staff Pick

If you've ever been to the Grant Park Farmers Market, you'd never guess that it's only in its second year. Every Sunday during market season, the west end of Grant Park becomes a bustling strip of local vendors - selling everything form handmade soap to homemade pasta - as if they've been doing it there for years. But the market's real draw is all the freshly cut local produce, lovingly cultivated - often within a few miles of the park - by an emerging group of urban farmers. The park is also the perfect setting for a quick Hula-Hoop or an impromptu picnic under a shady tree. Just stop by one of the food vendors for supplies: S&J's Woodfired Pizza, Crepe Masters, and Dumpling Girl's homemade banh mi sandwiches are all on the menu. And for dessert, a pastry from Little Tart Bakeshop or a frozen treat from King of Pops will surely do the trick. Everything lovely and delicious about local food in Atlanta is at your fingertips on Sunday mornings in Grant Park.

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