The shop, known for its house-made jams, preserves, pickles, and condiments, first opened in 2013.
Westside Provisions District's Preserving Place is closing its doors for good April 30, Atlanta Magazine Monday first reported.
The specialty cooking supplies and house-produced preserved foods retailer announced the news on its Facebook page March 31.
"For over three and a half years, it has been [Martha McMillin's] passion project to share her love of Southern cooking, entertaining, and preserving with you," according to the social media post.
"However, it's time for a new adventure. Martha has decided to close the door on this excellent chapter and go back to her first love, practicing law."
Preserving Place is holding a closeout sale on all of its goods (up to 50 percent off), including the shop's "professional kitchen equipment," furniture, and fixtures which will go to the highest bidder (interested bidders can email firstname.lastname@example.org through Monday, April 24.)
McMillin first opened Preserving Place on the Westside in 2013, at 1170 Howell Mill Road. No word on what will replace the shop, known for its house-made jams, preserves, pickles, and condiments.