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An artist-run cooperative, Cabbagetown Clay and Glass Works is dedicated to providing affordable studio space for ceramic and glass artists, classes for the general public, and showcasing artist's works in its small gallery space. The non-profit was founded in 2002.

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The Custom Artisan Group creates architectural elements, primarily ironworks and sculptures, for both private residences and public spaces. The organization also specializes in interior design and custom furniture, fine art, architectural photography, and consultancies.

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After relocating to the Oakland Condominiums in 2008, Foxgloves & Ivy became Atlanta's first 'green florist.' The shop prides itself for taking an environmentally friendly approach, composting green waste such as clippings and other scraps.
Little's Food Store

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Little's Food Store was once Little's Grocery, a Cabbagetown mainstay through thick and thin, opening up in 1929 and surviving on into the 21st century before shutting its doors in 2005. The new incarnation walks the line between reverence and rebellion, with a vibe that is a blend of old and new. The menu revolves around burgers and hot dogs — "little burgers," bigger burgers, dogs, sandwiches, breakfast basics all day, and a few daily specials. While you wait for the grill to get grooving on your order, browse the market and knock out some of your weekly errands.

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Salted Honey specializes in dinner events inspired by wholesome, farm fresh produce.

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Features supervised play areas with interactive elements like mountains, benches, bridges and wading pools.
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