WE ARE LOCATED IN MIDTOWN, CORNER OF 5TH & PEACHTREE, CLOSE TO THE FOX THEATER AND A SHORT DISTANCE BETWEEN BUCKHEAD AND DOWNTOWN ATLANTA.
Harry's Caravaca Market is the newest, most creative gourmet food hall in Atlanta. Our 6000 square-foot space includes various food stations, a provisions market area and an outdoor patio. The food hall features seasonal cultural events focused on US regions and other countries. Caravaca Market not only offers locally sourced international flavors, but a place for Atlanta residents and visitors to gather and socialize.
First time visiting us? Here are some tips on how to move around and to help you enjoy your time:
1. Explore the eateries.
2. Shop and pay for your items in each station.
3. Pick your spot and enjoy the many treats we offer.
4. Connect to our free WiFi and relax.
Caravaca is centrally located in the heart of Midtown in Georgia's capital city on the corner of Fifth and Peachtree in the TRACE building. We are a block away from the Fox Theater and across from St. Mark's Church.
You can easily get here on foot, by bike, by public transport or by car – and we have limited parking spaces in the garage with plenty of options in the immediate surroundings.
MARTA's North Avenue station, which connects us to Downtown and Buckhead, is a short walk away.
Our delivery service is perfect for family events, working lunches, get-togethers, events and meetings. Whether you’re feeding 1000 or 10, our sandwich platters, salads, desserts and pastries are easy and convenient to order.
When visiting us by car, you can use the adjacent Lanier Parking Lot on 4th & Peachtree Street. Street parking on 5th Street is also available. Please note that a limited number of handicap parking spaces is available inside the motor court of the Trace Building.
We are passionate about the beauty that surrounds us, the great food and the many options to enjoy in our beautiful region. We also believe in stopping to taste the food, enjoy the wine, smell the roses and enjoy our time with friends and Nature.
Here are some great resources for residents and visitors alike!
Caravaca Market derives its name from the town of Caravaca de la Cruz in southeastern Spain. This medieval town is home to a harmonious blend of cultures, religions, and cuisines. Caravaca is the site of the annual Caballos del Vino (Horses of Wine) festival, a colorful, cultural spectacle that Harry loves. Caravaca Market will translate this sense of festivity, passion, and gathering into an accessible, everyday opportunity to discover new foods, meet with friends, and enjoy a sense of travel without leaving town.