Fall Hours. Also, cheese. Also, Oktoberfest.

Saturday, October 1

Along with the cool breeze comes a change in PRFM hours—hit the snooze button one more time, then join us from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. from now through December 17! This week, start prepping for holipalooza by learning about cheese with farm-to-table goddess Chef Hilary White (The Hil at Serenbe). The tasting portion of this free cheese pairing class is limited to 25 people—first come, first served—but all are welcome to listen and learn about marrying delicious Market cheeses with products from other fabulous Market vendors!

Wednesday, October 5

Every Wednesday from 4:30 to 8:00 p.m., take a break to grab a beer, dinner, and restock your fridge. And this week, you won't want to miss Oktoberfest at the market! Enjoy live music by Fiddles of November, Oktoberfest-themed foods and fun...and beer! $20 includes a tasting glass and pours from Creature Comforts, Eventide, Orpheus, and Second Self. Featured foods: Heritage Farms' bratwurst, kielbasa, smoked Polish sausage, and sweet Italian sausages; Garlic Clove Foods' dark ale & sauerkraut pulled pork grain bowl, sausage & sauerkraut fritters, and veggie sauerkraut spring roll; Midnight Marauder's pretzel bun upgrade and chicken currywurst sausage; Flora & Flour's bratwurst pigs in a blanket (feat. Pine Street) and "Bee Sting Cake," traditional German cake; and Jenn Robbins' sausage & veggie strudel. Get festive and full, y'all!

Coming soon...

Culinary Yard Sale
Saturday, October 15
9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Join us for the Cathedral Thrift House's Culinary Yard Sale! There will be beautiful vintage and contemporary culinary items for every style and budget. All proceeds benefit the Thrift House and PRFM. Donations of culinary items also accepted at the sale.

Souptember! And other tasty things.

Saturday, September 24

It's officially fall, y'all. So be sure to check out this week's Chef Demo with Souper Jenny herself, Jenny Levison. For almost two decades, Jenny and her merry staff (actors and actresses, no less!) have been serving up soups, salads, and sandwiches that nourish the soul. She now has four locations around Atlanta—in Decatur, Brookhaven, the Westside, and the newest in Buckhead at the History Center. She's also a longtime Market vendor, and you can pick up tasty items to eat onsite or at home from both Wednesday and Saturday markets. See her under the demo tent this Saturday for some tips on turning all that delicious fall produce into delicious fall soups!

Wednesday, September 28

Every Wednesday from 4:30 to 8:00 p.m., take a break to grab a beer, dinner, and restock your fridge with items from vendors like 100% Artisan Foods, Atlanta Fresh, Crepe Masters, Fairywood Thicket Farm, Flora & Flour, Garnish and Gather, Heritage Farm, Little Tart Bakeshop, Pine Street Market, S&J's Woodfired Pizza, Souper Jenny, Spotted Trotter, TGM Bread, King of Pops, Queen of Cream, Revolution Doughnuts, Banjo Coffee, Golda Kombucha, and more! This week's Chef Pop Up is Terminus City (from the genius mind and palate of Kevin Gillespie), serving up BBQ featuring Riverview pork. Grab a tasty beer from Orpheus Brewing and luxuriate in your midweek break!

FALL EVENTS - SAVE THESE DATES!

Oktoberfest
Wednesday, October 5
4:30 - 8:00 p.m.

Enjoy live music by Fiddles of November, Oktoberfest-themed foods and fun...and beer! $20 includes a tasting glass and pours from Creature Comforts, Eventide, Orpheus, and Second Self.

Culinary Yard Sale
Saturday, October 15

9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Join us for the Cathedral Thrift House's Culinary Yard Sale! There will be beautiful vintage and contemporary culinary items for every style and budget. All proceeds benefit the Thrift House and PRFM. Donations of culinary items also accepted at the sale.

Show and Tell

Saturday, September 17

Shop to the music of Jon Payne, bring the kids for hands-on veggie seed planting, and stop by the chef demo tent this Saturday!

Chef Demo | 10:00 a.m.
Joey Ward | Gunshow  
 
Under the demo tent, one of “Top Chef” Kevin Gillespie’s “hired guns,” Joey Ward, will bring his passion for local foods and farmers. He's the real deal—knowing he wanted to become a chef as a young boy looking up to his grandfather, a Navy cook. After graduating from the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, NY, Ward worked in some of Atlanta’s favorite spots, from the St. Regis to Woodfire Grill to H. Harper Station, before Gillespie recruited him for Gunshow. He's since been named Jezebel’s “Rising Star Chef” and listed in Zagat’s “30 Under 30" of people redefining the hospitality industry. Get ready to think outside the [produce] box, y’all.

Wednesday, September 21

Don't miss this week's Chef Popup with Jenn Robbins, plus beer from Second Self (The Farmer Fund Serviceberry Saison on tap and Thai Wheat and Citrus IPA in cans). And pick up some other fun treats from any one (or  many) of these lovely folks: 100% Artisan Foods, Banjo Coffee, CrepeMasters, Fairywood Thicket, Flora & Flour, Garlic Clove Foods, Golda Kombucha, K-Teas, King of Pops, Little Tart Bakeshop, Midnight Marauder hot dogs, Pine Street Market, Revolution Doughnuts, S&J Woodfired Pizza, Souper Jenny, TGM Bread, Bee Wild, Bone & Co., Caligirl Jewelry, Garnish and Gather, Georgia Sourdough Co., Heirloom Gardens, Heritage Farm, Indigo Bath & Body, Treehouse Milk, and White Oak Pastures. 

Fall events - save these dates!

Oktoberfest
Wednesday, October 5
4:30 - 8:00 p.m.

Enjoy live music by Fiddles of November, Oktoberfest-themed foods and fun...and beer! $20 includes a tasting glass and pours from Creature Comforts, Eventide, Orpheus, and Second Self.

Culinary Yard Sale
Saturday, October 15

9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Join us for the Cathedral Thrift House's Culinary Yard Sale! There will be beautiful vintage and contemporary culinary items for every style and budget. All proceeds benefit the Thrift House and PRFM. Donations of culinary items also accepted at the sale.

Squashes. Pumpkin beer. Fall is coming!

Saturday, September 10

Chef Demo | 10:00 a.m.
Nick Melvin | Venkman's

Executive Chef and Partner Nick Melvin takes a creative approach to classic comfort cuisine at Venkman's in the Old Fourth Ward. Nick's experience includes Atlanta faves Rosebud, Parish, and Empire State South. Venkman's uses the best quality ingredients and serves wild and sustainable seafood, humanely raised poultry, grass-fed free range meats, and local produce whenever possible. Nick applies his fine dining background to family recipes at Venkman's, where you can enjoy amazing food and drinks with eclectic live music, to boot. Nick's Doux South Pickles are always finding their way into the dishes too. Check out his demo this Saturday and learn how to whip up some delicata squash and chile panna cotta with pickled butternut squash

Wednesday, September 14

That hint of cool breeze in the morning and evening can only mean one thing—Fall is actually on its way! Celebrate with us this Wednesday by grabbing a Terrapin Cranberry Pumpkinfest. If you're still feeling summer, they'll also have Hopsecutioner, Maggie's Farmhouse Peach, and Golden Ale on hand. And don't forget to get something fun from any one (or  many) of these lovely folks: 100% Artisan Foods, Banjo Coffee, CrepeMasters, Fairywood Thicket, Flora & Flour, Garlic Clove Foods, Golda Kombucha, K-Teas, King of Pops, Little Tart Bakeshop, Midnight Marauder hot dogs, Pine Street Market, Revolution Doughnuts, S&J Woodfired Pizza, Souper Jenny, TGM Bread, Bee Wild, Bone & Co., Caligirl Jewelry, Garnish and Gather, Georgia Sourdough Co., Heirloom Gardens, Heritage Farm, Indigo Bath & Body, Treehouse Milk, and White Oak Pastures. 

Your holiday starts here.

Saturday, September 3

Start Labor Day weekend right by picking up favorites like hot dogs and other grillin’ meats (and veggies!), buns, corn, peppers, tomatoes, lettuce, peaches, melons, cucumbers, herbs, desserts, and much more at PRFM. And don't miss the 10:00 a.m. Chef Demo with Adrian Villarreal of Rreal Tacos for some more summertime fun! Villarreal's midtown taqueria draws inspiration from his hometown of Monterrey, Mexico, 15 years of culinary experience, and fresh, responsibly-sourced seasonal ingredients.

Wednesday, September 7

On Wednesday, grab a Tropicalia or Bibo & Athena from Creature Comforts and think back fondly on your holiday. Also, don't forget to grab something tasty from any one (or  many) of these lovely folks: 100% Artisan Foods, Banjo Coffee, CrepeMasters, Fairywood Thicket, Flora & Flour, Garlic Clove Foods, Golda Kombucha, Heritage Farm, K-Teas, King of Pops, Lisa Rochon Cuisine, Little Tart Bakeshop, Pine Street Market, Revolution Doughnuts, S&Js Pizza, Souper Jenny, TGM Bread, and The Spotted Trotter.

And your Veggie Throwdown winner is...

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At the height of summer harvest, four chefs got three mystery ingredients and prepared their dishes at the Market. Shoppers tasted and voted for their favorite dish. Our contest chefs: Jenn Robbins, George Yu, Rusty Bowers, and Jenny Levinson. Our crowned winner: Chef George Yu of Makan in Decatur. Congrats, Chef Yu! 

More like, PRFMmmm

Come to the market on Saturday the 27th for another stellar chef demo with Jenn Robbins. Because brisket with cucumber relish.  

On Wednesday the 31st, kick back with a beer from Second Self and think about just how close you are to Labor Day. And don't forget to grab something tasty from any one (or  many) of these lovely folks: 100% Artisan Foods, Banjo Coffee, CrepeMasters, Fairywood Thicket, Flora & Flour, Garlic Clove Foods, Golda Kombucha, Heritage Farm, K-Teas, King of Pops, Lisa Rochon Cuisine, Little Tart Bakeshop, Pine Street Market, Revolution Doughnuts, S&Js Pizza, Souper Jenny, TGM Bread, and The Spotted Trotter.

This week at PRFM

Saturday, August 20

Chef Demo | 10:00 a.m.
Jenn Robbins

Chef Jenn Robbins was born and raised in Atlanta, but her culinary interests led her to "the other South" when she enrolled in the Texas Culinary Academy in Austin. She is also a magna cum laude graduate of the Academy in the Le Cordon Bleu Culinary Arts program. Her first professional kitchen work was with Kent Rathbun at Jasper's Austin. Moving back to Atlanta, she worked at Kevin Rathbun Steak before deciding to follow her culinary passion in the world of catering. An advocate of the local food movement in Atlanta, she is active with farmers markets, Georgia Organics, and Wholesome Wave. Check out one of our farmers' favorite chefs, cooking up roasted okra and sweet peppers with lemon aioli, spiced confit tomatoes, and garlicky breadcrumbs this Saturday. 

Monday, August 22

The Farmer Fund
2nd Annual Calendar Release Party
5:30-11:00 p.m.

Festivities include great local food and beer courtesy of Atlanta chefs and breweries, live music, and a chance to meet and mingle with some really cool farmers. The Farmer Fund 2017 Calendar, featuring Atlanta chefs in nothing but Hedley & Bennett aprons next to the farmers who grow their food, will be revealed at the event. All guests receive a calendar to take home. An apron fashion show and a live auction emceed by Chef Chris Hall of Local Three will feature blow-up prints of calendar outtakes. Don't miss the fun — Get Tickets!

Wednesday, August 24

Every Wednesday from 4:30 to 8:00 p.m., stop by PRFM to grab a beer, dinner to-stay or to-go, and restock your fridge with items from your favorite vendors. And this week, celebrate the height of summer harvest with a special Veggie Throwdown starting at 5:30 p.m.!

  • 4 Chefs + 3 mystery ingredients from the Market
  • Craft Breweries: Creature Comforts & Terrapin Beer
  • Tickets: $10 online or at Market (cash) - Taste all 4 dishes 
  • Proceeds benefit: PRFM & Slow Food Atlanta

Kids Cook Demo + More

Saturday, August 13

Kids Cook! | 10 am
Chefs Danielle & Anthony

Danielle and Anthony have been Market regulars since their family business, Garlic Clove Foods, began participating in the Market in the fall of 2009. Growing up with access to the fresh fruits and vegetables here at the Market has given them a unique perspective and an appreciation for good food. They both love to cook and are excited about sharing one of their favorite meals with you this weekend. You can find them helping out with various vendors at both Saturday and Wednesday Markets, and Anthony is also one of our special volunteers. Bring the kids to learn how easy it is to fix basil meatballs and watermelon salad!

Wednesday, August 17

Every Wednesday from 4:30 to 8:00 p.m., stop by PRFM to grab a beer, dinner to-stay or to-go, and restock your fridge with items from your favorite vendors. Take a break from back-to-school and enjoy a Prince of Pilsner or A Night on Ponce from Three Taverns Brewery.

Ticket sales are heating up!

The Farmer Fund
2nd Annual Calendar Release Party
Monday, Aug 22 | 5:30-11:00 pm

Festivities include great local food and beer courtesy of Atlanta chefs and breweries, live music, and a chance to meet and mingle with some really cool farmers. The Farmer Fund 2017 Calendar, featuring Atlanta chefs in nothing but Hedley & Bennett aprons next to the farmers who grow their food, will be revealed at the event. All guests receive a calendar to take home. An apron fashion show and a live auction emceed by Chef Chris Hall of Local Three will feature blow-up prints of calendar outtakes. Don't miss the fun — Get Tickets!

Coming soon
Veggie Throw Down
Wednesday, August 24  

  • 4 Chefs: 3 mystery ingredients from the Market
  • Craft Breweries: Creature Comforts & Terrapin Beer
  • Tickets: $10 - Taste all 4 dishes
  • Tickets online or at Market (cash)
  • Proceeds: PRFM & Slow Food
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Pop by PRFM this week

Saturday, August 6

This week's 10:00 am Chef Demo is with Jarrett Stieber of Eat Me Speak Me. The alum of Empire State South, Abattoir, Holeman & Finch Public House, Restaurant Eugene, and Pura Vida has been called the "prince of pop-ups" by Atlanta Magazine for his successes at The General Muir and Gato Bizco. This Saturday at PRFM he'll feature eggplant and melons in an Asian-inspired dish. Pop on by, won't you? 

Wednesday, August 10

Every Wednesday from 4:30 to 8:00 p.m., stop by PRFM to grab a beer, dinner to-stay or to-go, and restock your fridge with items from your favorite vendors. Take a break from back-to-school and enjoy a Lyric Ale, The Rites IPA, or Atalanta from Orpheus Brewing

Still the hottest ticket in town!

The Farmer Fund
2nd Annual Calendar Release Party
Monday, Aug 22 | 5:30-11:00 pm

Festivities include great local food and beer courtesy of Atlanta chefs and breweries, live music, and a chance to meet and mingle with some really cool farmers. The Farmer Fund 2017 Calendar, featuring Atlanta chefs in nothing but Hedley & Bennett aprons next to the farmers who grow their food, will be revealed at the event. All guests receive a calendar to take home. An apron fashion show and live auction emceed by Chef Chris Hall of Local Three will feature blow-up prints of calendar outtakes. Don't miss the fun — Get Tickets!

Save the Date: Veggie Throw-Down: Wednesday, August 24  

  • 4 chefs: 3 mystery ingredients from the Market
  • Breweries: Creature Comforts & Terrapin Beer
  • Tickets $10: tastings from 4 chefs
  • Tickets for sale at Market (cash)
  • Proceeds: PRFM & Slow Food

 

- Jennifer Maley

For reals, y'all

Saturday, July 30

Stock up for back to school with fresh produce and prepared foods from your favorite vendors! You know, fruits, veggies, yogurts, cheeses, sides, and the like.

Chef Demo | 10 am
Woody Back | Table & Main

Kentucky native Woody Back isn't just one of the nicest people you'll meet. He also happens to have some serious chef chops, from his devotion to responsibly sourced ingredients to his work with folks like Tom Colicchio and Linton Hopkins, he is the real deal. Join him under the demo tent this Saturday for some real tasty tips. Also, he's super nice. So, there's that.

Wednesday, August 3

Every Wednesday from 4:30 to 8:00 p.m., take a break to grab a beer, dinner, and restock your fridge with items from your favorite vendors. This Wednesday, give yourself a back to school break with delicious, delicious tacos! Our chef popup is with Adrian Villarreal of Rreal Tacos. Also, on tap this week from Creature Comforts, Troplicalia IPA, Bibo Pilsner, and Athena Berliner Weisse. Midweek is looking real good.  

The hottest tickets in town!

The Farmer Fund
2nd Annual Calendar Release Party
Monday, Aug 22 | 5:30-11:00 pm

Festivities include great local food and beer courtesy of Atlanta chefs and breweries, live music, and a chance to meet and mingle with some really cool farmers. The Farmer Fund 2017 Calendar, featuring Atlanta chefs in nothing but Hedley & Bennett aprons next to the farmers who grow their food, will be revealed at the event. All guests receive a calendar to take home. An apron fashion show and live auction emceed by Chef Chris Hall of Local Three will feature blow-up prints of calendar outtakes. Don't miss the fun — Get Tickets!

 

- Jennifer Maley

PRFM Go!

Whats in season?

At PRFM this week you can find arugula, beans, beets, blackberries, bok choy, broccoli, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, corn, cucumbers, eggplant, fennel, flowers, garlic, ginger products, herbs and herb plants, kale, leeks, lettuces, okra, onions, peaches, peppers, plants, radishes, spinach, spring onions, squash, sweet potatoes, Swiss chard, tomatoes, turnips, and zucchini. Plus, duck and chicken eggs, chicken, duck, rabbit, lamb, pork, beef, honey, jam, cheese, bread, pastries, oil, and fresh pasta!

As always, search for recipes for using all of this deliciousness by visiting our Cook Local page.

Saturday, July 23

Chef Demo | 10 am
Peter Dale | The National 

Chef Peter Dale was born and raised in Athens, GA. After apprenticing with Hugh Acheson at Five and Ten and holding an internship at La Broche in Madrid, Spain, Peter and Hugh opened The National in 2007 in a former Athens 1950s Plymouth dealership. Drawing inspiration from food and wine the chefs have enjoyed in Europe, The National's changing menu reflects the seasons and vibrant produce of Northeast Georgia, while also nodding to Mediterranean culinary tradition. In 2012, Dale was named Food & Wine magazine's "The People's Best New Chef Southeast." In 2014, he opened Seabear Oyster Bar and Condor Chocolates, both in Athens. Save yourself a road trip (for this Saturday, at least) by checking out Chef Dale under the demo tents at PRFM.  

Also at PRFM this Saturday, enjoy live music by Fiddles of November. Think cool thoughts, y'all.

Wednesday, July 27

Every Wednesday from 4:30 to 8:00 p.m., take a break to grab a beer, dinner, and restock your fridge with items from your favorite vendors. Also, we're a PokéStop! Join us for a Pokémon Go Meetup this Wednesday night. And while the Cathedral Pokéstop respawns, grab some dinner from our vendors, a brew from Terrapin Beer (featuring Maggie's Peach Farmhouse Ale, Mosaic Red Rye IPA, and Sound Czech Pils), and listen to live music by He Sang She Sang!

Summer Revival

Saturday, July 16

Chef Demo | 10 am
Andreas Müller | Revival 

A Swedish chef walks into the South. But seriously, some of Andreas Müller's fondest memories from growing up in Sweden revolve around food; and as executive chef at Kevin Gillespie's Revival, Müller uses his childhood nostalgia along with Gillespie's Southern roots (and precise techniques...and farm-fresh ingredients) to elevate traditional Southern family-style suppers. A graduate of Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts in Atlanta, Müller first worked under Gillespie as chef de partie at Woodfire Grill. After Woodfire, he took on sous chef roles at 4th & Swift and H. Harper Station before rejoining Gillespie (beards reunite!) at Gunshow as a "kitchen dude" and now at Revival. Stop by this Saturday's chef demo to learn how to revive your summer produce routine (hooray puns)!

Wednesday, July 20

Every Wednesday from 4:30 to 8:00 p.m., take a break to grab a beer, dinner, and restock your fridge with items from your favorite vendors and pop-up chefs! This Wednesday, check out the Georgia Organics Community Tent and don't miss the Chef Popup by vegetable whisperer David Sweeney (serving up Timpson Creek Farms mixed greens salad with Appalachian buttermilk and sorrel dressing). Also, beer by Second Self (Citrus IPA and Thai Wheat). Always live music. And the Buy 4 Contest is back! Every Wednesday through July 27, just buy four qualifying items (fruits, veggies, eggs, uncooked meat), enter at the info tent, and you might win a $20 market gift card!

 

- Jennifer Maley

Buy 4 Contest is Back!

Saturday, July 9

Chef Demo | 10 am
Cameron Thompson | Farm Burger

Cameron Thompson, Farm Burger's Executive Chef, oversees the menu at all six locations. A formally trained chef, Thompson served as Executive Sous Chef of the legendary Buckhead Diner where he worked under Kevin Rathbun. He went on to become Executive Chef at Corner Café before returning to Buckhead Diner as Executive Chef and then a move to Two Urban Licks. Now on the Farm Burger team, he collaborates with the individual store chefs to feature local produce and highlight seasonal items. Get your local Farm Burgers most Saturdays at the market! 

Wednesday, July 13

Every Wednesday from 4:30 to 8:00 p.m., take a break to grab a beer, dinner, and restock your fridge with items from your favorite vendors and pop-up chefs! On tap this week, Orpheus Brewing. And the Buy 4 Contest is back! Every Wednesday through July 27, just buy four qualifying items (fruits, veggies, eggs, uncooked meat), enter at the info tent, and you might win a $20 market gift card!

Holiday Shop Sat. + Cool Down Wed.

Saturday, July 2

Shop for a Farm-Fresh Holiday!
The Market has all your holiday needs this Saturday! Hot dogs from Spotted Trotter, bacon burger blend from Pine Street Market, whole grain salads from Simply Fresh and Garlic Clove, tomatoes, peppers, and lots of grilling vegetables, blueberries, blackberries, peaches, bread, rolls, and tarts, cheese, salsa and much more.


Chef Demo | 10 am
Eric Roberts | The Iberian Pig

The Iberian Pig is one of Decatur's most popular restaurants, and the mastermind behind the delicious Spanish-inspired fare is Executive Chef Eric Roberts. From his early days working in kitchens to cooking his way up the culinary ladder at Atlanta institutions like Buckhead Diner and Nava, Chef Eric says his love for southern food gave him the drive to be a part of the food world. A lover of local ingredients, he incorporates the fresh food from farmers into the food that keeps Atlantans coming back for more. Chef Roberts is making the Spanish classic Escalivada, featuring grilled eggplant, heirloom tomatoes, onions, garlic, and chilies. 

Wednesday, July 6

Every Wednesday from 4:30 to 8:00 p.m., take a break to grab a beer, dinner, and restock your fridge with items from vendors like 100% Artisan Foods, Atlanta Fresh, Crepe Masters, Fairywood Thicket Farm, Flora & Flour, Garnish and Gather, Heritage Farm, Little Tart Bakeshop, Pine Street Market, S&J's Woodfired Pizza, Souper Jenny, Spotted Trotter, TGM Bread, King of Pops, Queen of Cream, Revolution Doughnuts, Banjo Coffee, Golda Kombucha, and more! Helping us stay cool with beer this week, Twain's Brewpub!

Summer = fresh food + 'cue

Saturday, June 25

Check out the Chef Demo at 10:00 a.m. with Jason Paolini of Linton's in the Garden. He's got more than five years of tenure with the Resurgens Hospitality Group, helming the kitchens of Restaurant Eugene, Holeman and Finch Public House, and H&F Burger. His devotion to the art and craft of American cuisine can be directly traced to his upbringing in Belle Chasse, LA. Rooted in family and building personal relationships through food, Chef Paolini prides his work on using the freshest ingredients from local farms.

Wednesday, June 29

Every Wednesday from 4:30 to 8:00 p.m., take a break to grab a beer, dinner, and restock your fridge with items from vendors like 100% Artisan Foods, Atlanta Fresh, Crepe Masters, Fairywood Thicket Farm, Flora & Flour, Garnish and Gather, Heritage Farm, Little Tart Bakeshop, Pine Street Market, S&J's Woodfired Pizza, Souper Jenny, Spotted Trotter, TGM Bread, King of Pops, Queen of Cream, Revolution Doughnuts, Banjo Coffee, Golda Kombucha, and more! This week's Chef Pop Up is Terminus City (from the genius mind and palate of Kevin Gillespie), serving up BBQ featuring Riverview pork. Grab a tasty beer from Three Taverns Brewery and luxuriate in your midweek break!

Summer heat is here!

We want to keep our dog friends safe in the heat. Never leave your dog in the car at Market, and do consider the temperature of the asphalt on their paws. When the air is hot, the asphalt is hotter!

Check out the Market Dog Policy for more tips on dogs at Market. And when you do bring your dog along, be sure to buy a special treat at Taj Ma-Hound (Saturdays) and stop by our Info Tent water bowl!

Dads! Beer! Supper!

Saturday, June 18

Pick up some treats for dad this Saturday at PRFM. You know, bacon and hot spiced ginger ale or something. Or veggies and yogurt (stay healthy, dad). Also, pick up a copy or two of one of Kevin Gillespie's cookbooks—he'll be signing them after his 10:00 a.m. Chef Demo (featuring a refreshing cucumber and almond gazpacho). Check, check, and check, y'all.

Wednesday, June 22

Every Wednesday from 4:30 to 8:00 p.m., take a break to grab midweek dinner and restock your fridge with items from vendors like 100% Artisan Foods, Atlanta Fresh, Crepe Masters, Fairywood Thicket Farm, Flora & Flour, Garnish and Gather, Heritage Farm, Little Tart Bakeshop, Pine Street Market, S&J's Woodfired Pizza, Souper Jenny, Spotted Trotter, TGM Bread, King of Pops, Queen of Cream, Revolution Doughnuts, Banjo Coffee, Golda Kombucha, and more! This week, Second Self Beer Company will be on hand with their Citrus IPA, Thai Wheat, and Red Hop Rye (reminder: beer donations are cash only). 

A few seats Left!

Sunday Supper
June 26
doors open at 5:30 p.m.

Join PRFM for our Fourth Annual Sunday Supper! Atlanta-area chefs will be serving up family-style dishes using fresh, local ingredients sourced from our Market farmers and vendors. To start, you'll enjoy live music, hors d'oeuvres, and bubbles (because festive). Tickets are $75 each or $550 for a table of 8. Available online at Brown Paper Tickets or by cash or check at the Market info tent.

 

- Jennifer Maley

Ice. Cream. Social.

Saturday, June 11

At 10:00 a.m., learn from the "vegetable shaman" (and all-around pleasant chef) Steven Satterfield at this week's Chef Demo! Then stick around for an ice cream social benefiting some of Chef Satterfield's favorite folks, Slow Food Atlanta and...us!

Ice Cream Social
12:30-2:30 p.m.

The 10th annual Slow Food Atlanta Ice Cream Social welcomes families, friends, and good food supporters to grab a spoon and enjoy great, old-fashioned summertime fun! Churned by nearly 30 renowned local chefs and ambitious amateurs, the homespun ice creams and sorbets feature classic and creative flavors for all to enjoy. Proceeds benefit Slow Food Atlanta and PRFM. The event is inside Child Hall at The Cathedral of St. Philip. Get your tickets online ($5-15 in advance), and remember to bring your own spoon!

Wednesday, June 15

Every Wednesday from 4:30 to 8 p.m., take a break from cooking with food and drink from Market vendors both familiar and new, and a rotating popup schedule of Atlanta's favorite chefs. Food is available to-go or to enjoy at on-site picnic tables! This Wednesday, don't miss the Chef Popup by vegetable whisperer David Sweeney. Also, beer by Creature Comforts. Always live music.

Tickets on sale now!

Sunday Supper
June 26
doors open at 5:30 p.m.

Join PRFM for our Fourth Annual Sunday Supper! Atlanta-area chefs will be serving up family-style dishes using fresh, local ingredients sourced from our Market farmers and vendors. To start, you'll enjoy live music, hors d'oeuvres, and bubbles (because festive). Tickets are $75 each or $550 for a table of 8. Available online at Brown Paper Tickets or by cash or check at the Market info tent.

 

- Jennifer Maley

Juicy and super!

Saturday, June 4

This Saturday, the juicy peaches and tomatoes keep on coming. Also, a Chef Demo at 10:00 a.m. by local food rock-star, Savannah Haseler from Twain's.

Wednesday, June 8

This Wednesday's Chef Popup features the super-fun Hector Santiago and Pedro Matos of El Super Pan (see what we did there?). Also, beer by Oprheus Brewing.

Tickets on sale now!

Saturday, June 11
12:30-2:30 p.m.

The 10th annual Slow Food Atlanta Ice Cream Social welcomes families, friends, and good food supporters to grab a spoon and enjoy great, old-fashioned summertime fun! Churned by nearly 30 renowned local chefs and ambitious amateurs, the homespun ice creams and sorbets feature classic and creative flavors for all to enjoy. Proceeds benefit Slow Food Atlanta and PRFM. The event is inside Child Hall at The Cathedral of St. Philip. Get your tickets online ($5-15 in advance), and remember to bring your own spoon!

Sunday, June 26
doors open at 5:30 p.m.

Join PRFM for our Fourth Annual Sunday Supper! Atlanta-area chefs will be serving up family-style dishes using fresh, local ingredients sourced from our Market farmers and vendors. To start, you'll enjoy live music, hors d'oeuvres, and bubbles (because festive). Tickets are $75 each or $550 for a table of 8. Available online at Brown Paper Tickets or by cash or check at the Market info tent.

 

- Jennifer Maley

Cookouts are go

What's in season now that you can add to your line-up of cookout perfection? Peaches. Tomatoes. Yessss. 

Saturday, May 28

Chef Demo | 10:00 am
Rusty Bowers | Pine St. Market

You know how PRFM smells like incredible bacon? That's because Rusty Bowers and team makes incredible bacon, among other things. Rusty is the owner/operator of Pine Street Market, the artisan butcher shop in Avondale Estates and regular market vendor. He started cooking at resorts fresh out of high school with stints in Hawaii, Austria, and Turkey, and then went on to the Culinary Institute of America. Along the way, he fell in love with the traditional art of whole animal butchering and curing meats. Stop by the demo tent for some tips you're sure to use this summer and beyond.

Wednesday, June 1

Every Wednesday from 4:30 to 8 p.m., take a break from cooking with food and drink from Market vendors both familiar and new, and a rotating popup schedule of Atlanta's favorite chefs. Food is available to-go or to enjoy at on-site picnic tables! This Wednesday, be one of the cool kids and grab dinner at the Chef Popup by Ticonderoga Club and beer from Wrecking Bar Brewpub. Also, live music by Alex Gordon. 

Save the date...

10th Annual Ice Cream Social
Saturday, June 11, 12:30-2:30 pm

The annual Slow Food Atlanta Ice Cream Social welcomes families, friends, and good food supporters to grab a spoon and enjoy great, old-fashioned summertime fun! Churned by renowned local chefs and ambitious amateurs, the homespun ice creams and sorbets feature classic and creative flavors for all to enjoy. Proceeds benefit Slow Food Atlanta and PRFM. The event is inside Child Hall at The Cathedral of St. Philip. Get your tickets online ($5-15 in advance), and remember to bring your own spoon!

Get your tickets now!

Sunday, June 26
Join PRFM for our Fourth Annual Sunday Supper! Atlanta-area chefs will be serving up family-style dishes using fresh, local ingredients sourced from our Market farmers and vendors. Doors will open at 5:30 p.m. to enjoy live music, hors d'oeuvres, and bubbles (because festive). Tickets are $75 each or $550 for a table of 8. Available online at Brown Paper Tickets or by cash or check at the Market info tent.

 

- Jennifer Maley

Summer's in the air (almost)

Wednesday, May 18

Every Wednesday from 4:30 to 8 p.m., take a break from cooking with food and drink from Market vendors both familiar and new, and a rotating popup schedule of Atlanta's favorite chefs. Food is available to-go or to enjoy at on-site picnic tables!

This Wednesday, beer by Second Self Beer Company and live music by David Tyber. 

Next Wednesday, May 25, you'll want to check out the Lexicon of Sustainability Pop Up Show. And stick around for chef of the week, Adam Waller of Bocado and beer provided by Red Brick Brewing.

Saturday, May 21

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June will be here before your ice cream's had time to melt, so take care of yourself in advance with a free Skin Cancer Screening at PRFM. No appointment needed to see the nice folks at Piedmont Health Care from 8:30-12:00 p.m. And don't forget to treat yourself, too, by checking out the tasty Chef Demo at 10:00 a.m. with our loyal friend and all-around-fun-guy, Zeb Stevenson of Watershed. P.S. Back to that ice cream...the Social is coming.

Save the date June 26

Join PRFM for our Fourth Annual Sunday Supper! Atlanta-area chefs will be serving up family-style dishes using fresh, local ingredients sourced from our Market farmers and vendors. Doors will open at 5:30 p.m. to enjoy live music, hors d'oeuvres, and bubbles (because festive). Tickets are $75 each or $550 for a table of 8. Available online at Brown Paper Tickets or by cash or check at the Market info tent.

 

- Jennifer Maley