The farmers market host a wide array of varied vendors. It' s a great place to start out in the morning with homemade donuts and coffee from Ralph as your come in .You can sip your coffee as you stroll about the market checking out the various vendors, before making your purchases,
You will find fresh local vegetables, fruits and herbs... even eggs and local cheeses as well as locally grown garlic from Linda. You can pick out fresh flowers individually for your bouquet to take home. There are potters of all kinds, with pottery for both your daily use or gifts. Herb remedies, massages being given, home made soap and more. You will often find seedlings and potted perennials for sale,depending on the time of the year. You name it they have it ! The other draw is that the vendors are overall friendly and relaxed lending a nice air to the market.
Late in the morning, near lunch time.... if you stay that long there is local music adding to the festivities of lunch. Lunch is a wonderful variety of many cruisines. My favorite is Shrii's Kitchen, she had the most wonderful Indian food. Anon's Thai food is very good too.
One of the things I like the most is that each week to some small degree vendors and their wares may change, There are the ones you see every week, but now and then a new one pops up just often enough to add a smidgen of change.
I like to go early in the morning best without the crowds, however lunch time is a treat too. I admittedly try to avoid it during busy tourist weekends ....when it is a little more difficult to more around freely.
The farmers market is definately worth a visit.
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