I received this informative e-mail from Lisa Hanson, co-owner with Maria Locke, of Cabbagetown Market and Little's Grill. I blogged about the super-cool gourmet shop last week.
"Thanks for the shout-out in the CL blog. We definitely a spike in Hungarian salami sandwiches this week (for those intrepid souls who managed to navigate Carroll Street)!
"As an fyi: I go to pick up produce and eggs on Thursday mornings and again on Saturdays, so that is when when we have the biggest selection of fruits and vegetables. I post what we have on the Cabbagetown and Reynoldstown message boards and will start doing the same on our web page (www.cabbagetownmarket.com). We also have a stand at the East Atlanta Farmer's Market on Thursdays, 4-8 p.m., selling mainly our tapenades, pestos, hummus, etc. It is shaping up into quite a nice, lively market.
"We also take orders for specialty items including organic chickens, pork and lamb as well as burrata and bufala mozzarella. We're hoping we can get to the point where we can carry those items on a full-time basis, perhaps when we get our beer and wine license."
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