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Bustling market with a variety of produce, spices, bakery items, breakfast foods, and bath products. We had lots of fun sampling different things. I also had the most spectacular blue corn lavender donut. Outside the railyard had tents with art and jewelry for sale. Nearby...More
Great place to gather in the morning. Grab a coffee, delicious pastry and a pork hand pie. Sit inside or outside and watch the variety of people coming to market. Stock up on peppers, beans, and spices in the winter and beautiful fruits and vegetables...More
We had ridden the Rail Runner up from ABQ for the day and stepped off the train pretty much right in to the Farmers Market.We wondered up and down the market with tents on both sides stopping to look at sausages, peppers, flowers and garlic....More
Spent a nice morning at the farmers market. It was larger than expected for November. Lots and lots of roasting chilis. Decorative chili items. Quite a variety of artist's wares. And of course baggies, cheeses, breads and more.
We arrived around 10:30, and the market was in full swing. I didn’t notice anything was sold out at that time. Some of the stands had lines, but I had no trouble making my purchases. Sellers and buyers were happy and everyone seemed to be...More
Good afternoon. It has been since November of 2017 when I visited. I have no recollection of visiting that booth. Did you save a receipt, that would have some information. I hope you are successful in your search, CAF.
Hi. I got this from their Web page:
Can I bring my dog to the Market?
With the exception of service dogs, dogs are NOT allowed inside the Market vending area due to New Mexico Environment Department regulations.