Every food lover in Atlanta knows this market, which pioneered the revitalization of the West Midtown warehouse district. Some simply walk through it en route to their five-course dinners at Bacchanalia restaurant; others come at lunch for porchetta sandwiches and to shop for gifts and housewares. But cooks know it as the city’s best source for organic grass-fed beef, local pork, line-caught seafood, organic, local produce, and eggs. The cheese counter holds the nation’s best selection of Southern farmstead cheeses, and the house butcher prepares his own salami, pâtés, and terrines. The finocchiona, slick and garlicky, is particularly fine. The bakery offers everything from lavender pound cake to European levain breads to organic soft-serve vanilla ice cream splashed with green olive oil and crunchy salt.