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Lis Hernandez has been slinging arepas—stuffed cornmeal patties, crunchy from a hot grill—at the Sweet Auburn Curb Market since 2012.
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Venezuelan: Arepa Mia

Venezuela-born Lis Hernandez has been feeding Atlantans arepas at the Sweet Auburn Curb Market since 2012. This summer, she moved the second location of Arepa Mia (first opened in 2014) from Decatur to Avondale Estates, where she has a patio, more parking, and new menu items.
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Arepa Mia to open first free-standing location by end of August, early September

Arepa Mia, the Venezuelan arepa shop at the Sweet Auburn Curb Market, is expanding to Decatur. Owner and chef Lisbet Hernandez is taking over a catering space at 307 East College Avenue and turning...

Arepa Mia to open first free-standing location in August

Arepa Mia, the Venezuelan arepa shop at the Sweet Auburn Curb Market, is expanding to Decatur next month. Owner and chef Lisbet Hernandez is taking over a catering space at 307 East College Avenue and turning it into a second Arepa Mia. Here, she’ll offer the same menu of gluten-free chicken, fish, ham, and beef arepas, empanadas, and cachapas (Venezuelan corn cakes), along with new weekend specials and Sunday brunch.

Sweet Auburn Curb Market invigorates with global goodies

Sweet Auburn Curb Market turns ninety this year. Originally known as the Municipal Market of Atlanta, it began as an assembly of open-air vendors on land laid waste by the Great Atlanta Fire of 1917, which started near a Decatur Street warehouse and consumed almost 2,000 buildings.

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