Snack Board: Local to Atlanta EditionMar 16, 2023
If you’re here, I’m assuming you love charcuterie and snack boards as much as I do. I wrote aSnack Board Basics post that highlights the different categories of a great board and gives suggestions on how to save money on making a scrumptious board. If you want to start from the very basics,start at that blog!
If you're looking for specialty items to create a luxurious charcuterie and snack board in Atlanta, here are a few shops to check out:
Star Provisions Market & Cafe- This upscale market in the Westside Provisions District offers a wide selection of artisanal cheeses, cured meats, fresh bread, and gourmet pantry items.
The Spotted Trotter- This award-winning artisanal charcuterie shop has two locations in Atlanta and offers a wide selection of handmade salami, cured meats, and specialty cheeses.
Grant Park Market- This boutique market on the Oakland Cemetery side of of Grant Park offers a carefully curated selection of artisanal cheeses, charcuterie, and gourmet pantry items.
Atlanta State Farmers Market- This sprawling market in Forest Park offers a wide selection of fresh and seasonal fruits and vegetables, as well as artisanal cheeses and baked goods.
Alon's Bakery & Market- With several locations in Atlanta, Alon's offers a selection of artisanal cheeses, cured meats, fresh bread, and gourmet pantry items.
These shops offer a range of specialty items that can be used to create a luxurious charcuterie and snack board. Be sure to call ahead to check availability and pricing.
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