Thanks! Those Farmers Mkts are the kinds of places I’m looking for! Will check them out! Happy Eating! KokomoJoe
Sadly not much in Savannah. Sweet Potatoes is great. I agree.
Here’s the deal,hubby and I have hit the “DIET!!!!!!!!!!!
So….our roadfood experiences will now be in the form of Farmer’s Markets,and wonderful Grocery stores! Ethnic markets are great too! We are about to travel and was wondering if anyone has any suggestions!
Going to: Savannah GA
Tallulah Falls GA
Atlanta GA (I know there are TJ’s there!!!)
High Springs FL
Then home! (Florida East Coast)
We will go to a very few selected restaurants but will cook mostly back at “the campsite”! We want to go to Luther’s in Beaufort SC and we LOVE Sweet Potatoes in Savannah GA!
BTW I wasn’t quite sure in what Forum to put this! Sorry if I didn’t get the right one. I’m sure someone will let me know where to post this kind of request next time!
Hope someone out there can help! Happy Eating! KokomoJoe
I’ve read about (but never visited) an intriguing farmers market on Buford Highway in Doraville, northeast of Atlanta:
When I’m in Atlanta I love going to the ethnic markets and restaurants on Buford Highway:
These links talk about some restaurants, but just drive that stretch of road–you’ll see lots of Asian, Hispanic, and other ethnic markets to explore.
Unfortunately, Wegman’s doesn’t go any further south than Virginia.
Dekalb Farmers Market on the east side of metro Atlanta is a year round market open seven days with a huge array of ethnic grocery items and excellent stocks of non-ethnic items. Several one day per week farmers markets exist in the Atlanta area. Peachtree Road FM on Saturdays, downtown Acworth on Friday mornings, Marietta Square on Saturday mornings – and several more.
Funky grocery stores (i.e. Trader Joe’s and Wegman’s).Farmer’s Markets,Ethnic mkts,etc
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