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It’s not hard to find cuts of meat that rival those at restaurants—if you live near Findley’s. Whether grilling outdoors or searing steak on the stove, the butcher shop supplies quality cuts and wild game that boost your meal offerings at home. Angus beef, Berkshire pork, and Ashley Farms organic chicken are just a few of the shop’s markers of meat quality, though raw meat isn’t the only currently the team works with. Among of the central parts of Findley’s processes is a smokehouse that produces fresh jerky, smoked sausage, brisket, and other specialties.

Through a special-order program, the crew also packs customer coolers with items such as caviar, catfish, and fois gras. Alternatively, anyone with little time to spend in the kitchen can grab items from the shop’s selection of heat-and-eat foods such as baby back ribs and twice-baked potatoes. To give customers a unique insight into the shop’s processes, Findley’s also encourages new customers to take free tours of the shop’s backstage areas to see the processes Findley’s is so proud of and to get their bacon autographed.

3450 Cobb Pkwy NW
Acworth,
GA
US

Grills and stockpots sizzle as Carniceria El Tio #2's chefs imbue seven types of meat—ranging from familiar grilled chicken to exotic beef tongue—with zesty Mexican spices. Each morsel barely gets a chance to discuss grill politics with its meaty brethren before it slides into a soft corn taco, a hefty burrito, or a towering torta sandwich crowned with cilantro, cheese, and avocado. On weekends, the kitchen begets an array of hard-to-find Mexican specialties, such as pozole brimming with pork and hominy or menudo, a savory tripe soup.

225 Williams Dr
Marietta,
GA
US

More than 300 wines and 80-plus domestic craft beers await palates at All Y'Alls Wine & Gourmet Market. Customers can use today's deal to release their inner oenophile or warbling wino during a tasting that includes eight sample pours and appetizer pairings. The 1.5-hour long event is held three or four times each week and accommodates 14–18 tasters in order to keep the experience more personal and less likely to deteriorate into a cricket brawl. Making its home in historic downtown Roswell, All Y'All's mixes up some of the region's finest foods and grapeliest goods to please the pickiest of palates. Cork up your inhibitions and unwrap a bouquet of fermented vinery with today's Groupon to All Y'All's Wine & Gourmet Market.

590 Mimosa Blvd
Roswell,
GA
US

Chapman Drug is a Family Owned and Operated Independent Pharmacy which has been in business since 1921. We specialize in "old fashioned" customer service. We accept most insurance plans and provide delivery service. Please visit our Soda Fountain and try our Award Winning Milk Shakes, Malts, Limeades and Lime Sours.

615 N Central Ave
Hapeville,
GA
US

On a 6-acre farm in rural Georgia, Bella Cucina owner Alisa Barry and her team of chefs cook produce from their organic garden into small batches of artisanal sauces, spreads, and olive oils. Their "unbelievably delicious" artichoke-lemon pesto earned a spot on Oprah’s O List in 2004, and Atlanta: 365 Days, 365 Thing To Do calls the full roster of sauces "mouthwatering."

But the food is only one part of Barry’s mission to empower gourmands. She also stocks shelves with dozens of Italian cookbooks that brim with slow-food recipes and designs a line of ceramic cookware that respond to junk food by defensively sealing their lids.

1050 N Highland Ave NE
Atlanta,
GA
US

You could easily spend every Saturday in Atlanta driving all over town, hitting up different farmers markets to stock up on produce for the week. One sure place to visit is Piedmont Park Conservancy’s Green Market in Midtown; just get there early if you want to park anywhere remotely near the 12th Street entrance. Depending on the season, the vendors in this market will offer whatever local fresh specialties are on hand. The standard vegetables and fruits are complemented by exotic teas, flavored goat cheeses and freshly brewed coffee. There are even food trucks on hand, serving breakfast or lunch to hungry market-goers. The Green Market at Piedmont Park also makes a fun first stop on your way to an arts festival or other rotating events at the park. And while it’s not the largest of Atlanta’s farmers markets, it provides an inspiring sampling of local products.

1071 Piedmont Ave NE
Atlanta,
GA
US

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