Whole Foods offers organic and natural foods at several locations in Atlanta. However, none are in easy walking distance to a train station. However, there are several ways to get to the stores on buses. See below to plan your trip.
Midtown Whole Foods
Bus 2 that departs from the North Avenue and Decatur MARTA stations stops at the Whole Foods shopping center across from Ponce City Market. Or take 102 from the North Avenue or Candler Park station. Exit the bus at Ponce City Market, the large brick building. There’s also a TJ Maxx and Home Depot in the same shopping center.
Buckhead Whole Foods
For the Buckhead location on West Paces Ferry Road near Peachtree Road, board bus 110 at the Buckhead or Lenox station and head southbound or get on a northbound bus at the Arts Center Station.
Briarcliff Whole Foods
The third store is at the intersection of Briarcliff and Lavista Roads. Choose from two bus routes: bus 16 departs Five Points and Loehmans Plaza and travels through the Highlands or use bus 30 from the Lindbergh Center station or Northlake Mall.