63. Eat global at Your DeKalb Farmers Market


The distinct tang in the market’s air may initially wallop the senses, but it also ushers customers into a thrilling cornucopia of ingredients from around the globe. Live crabs, exotic produce, grass-fed beef tenderloin from the butcher, fresh apple-lemon bread from the bakery, wines from around the world—all of it sells for cheaper than you’d expect. Come in comfortable shoes, and stop by the international buffet (we love the samosas and lasagna) when the hunger pangs strike. dekalbfarmersmarket.com