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  1. Alon's - Dunwoody

    4505 Ashford Dunwoody Road Dunwoody, GA 30345 See Map
    This is Atlanta's quintessential modern market. The Morningside original opened in 1992, and the Dunwoody location is a laudable suburban counterpart with more specialty items and Sunday brunch.
  2. Alon's - Morningside

    1394 North Highland Avenue Atlanta, GA 30306 See Map
    Atlanta's quintessential modern market, a mainstay of the Morningside neighborhood since 1992, offers sandwiches, artisan cheeses, and a breadth of takeout foods and bakery items.
  3. Artisan Foods Bakery & Cafe

    1169 Canton Street Roswell, GA 30075 See Map
    The unusual background story—Japanese baker marries chef from Los Angeles—and cheerful, airy design remain as fresh now as when this indie spot opened for breakfast and lunch two years ago.
  4. Bread Garden

    549-5 Amsterdam Avenue Atlanta, GA 30306 See Map
    For two decades, artisan baker Catherine Krasnow has raised local bread consciousness to a higher level.
  5. Cacao Atlanta Chocolate Co. - Buckhead

    2817 Peachtree Road Atlanta, GA 30305 See Map
    While other local confectioners craft pretty bon bons from couverture (a basic form of wholesale chocolate used to make truffles and pastries), Kristen Hard and her team make their world-class chocolate completely from scratch, starting with superior beans from places like Venezuela and Peru.

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