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The Buttery ATL Brings Artisan Atlanta Goods to Lucy's Market

By Lorna Ramage | September 2, 2020 | Food & Drink Food & Drink

Atlanta’s coveted restaurant staples are making their way into stores, finding a new home at local go-to Lucy’s Market. From artisan breads to delightful spreads, The Buttery ATL’s seasonal menu brings hand-crafted foods to your kitchen at an unbeatable price. IMG4773.JPG

Margarita mix, stuffed olives, sauces and breads—sign us up. The Buttery ATL, an online market from the hands of local restauranteurs Chef Linton and Gina Hopkins, and Buckhead favorite, Lucy’s Market, have partnered to provide yet another way for Atlantans to get their hands on quality goods. The Buttery ATL culinary team, made up of sought after Atlantan chefs and pastry makers, created a seasonally inspired menu that won’t break the bank. Many of Hopkins’ restaurant staples made the cut, including restaurant Eugene & Elizabeth’s accouterments and Holeman and Finch rubs and sauces. “I am so excited to partner with such a fabulous and iconic local business”, says Kim Wilson, Founder of Lucy’s Market. “Chef Hopkins’ restaurants are Atlanta staples, and I know that the launch of his retail line will be loved in homes nationwide.” Now that the hand-picked line is available in person at Lucy’s and online, there’s no reason to wait! Bottled drink mixes, like the zesty Lemon Cordial Mix, run around $20, while artisan breads and snacks fall in the $5 range. Did we mention that the breads and biscuits are baked and delivered to Lucy’s every day? There’s really nothing quite like quality artisan food, especially when you can feel good about indulging.




Photography by: Courtesy of Lucy's Market