Happy Saturday to you! Nothing says weekend fun like going to a local farmer’s market so we were so excited to stumble upon the SLU Saturday Farmer’s Market which is now located by the recently renovated Denny Park. Nice to see families and great music by buskers livening up what used to be a pretty sad green space.
The Farmer’s Market which used to be on a deserted street closer to the highway, now has interesting vintage jewelry/clothing booths AND lots of food that is both healthy and yummy including lots of various dessert items which I can totally support every weekend. We had just eaten or I would have tasted my way up and down the line. BTW, what the hell is Kombucha? This tent seemed popular but not quite as busy as the Raclette food stand where they melt golden cheese from blocks of the stuff and then drizzle them over all kinds of good stuff-veggies, meat, potatoes and more. I am DEFINITELY trying that next weekend. Come hungry and leave happy!
While it was a cloudy and chilly day, as we say in Seattle “if it ain’t raining, it’s summer” so everyone was having a good time. Nosh even had their sign board commenting on the weather, “Don’t let the clouds get you down. Let Fish and Chips lift you up!” One of the more unique items offered for sale was handmade record bowls for $5 made out of vintage vinyl. So cool! Thom and I decided we’ll try to explore a new Farmer’s Market every weekend this summer so more to come!