Munching and Strolling
Never thought that a farmer’s market could make a great date? Think again. This is primo quality time and an awesome way to enjoy this incredible weather.
I’m talking lattes, fresh bagels, kettle corn, local produce, baked goods… all before NOON! Munch and stroll your way through these farmer’s markets:
Winter Park Farmer’s Market
200 West New England Ave
Saturdays from 7am to 1pm
Two tips: 1) It’s worth the wait in line for the bagels. 2) Try the dried friut and nut mix!
Lake Mary Farmer’s Market
Central Park at City Hall
Grand Opening – Saturday, November 10th
Saturdays from 7am – 1pm
Apopka Farmer’s Market
Kit Land Nelson Park, on Forest Avenue and East First Street
Saturdays from 8am – 1pm
You’ll find baked artisan breads, pastries, kettle korn, fresh pressed juices and lots more.
Sanford Farmer’s Market
Magnolia Square, on 1st Street between Park and Palmetto Avenues
Saturdays from 9am – 2pm
Featuring fresh fruits and vegetables, bakery items, gourmet coffees, exotic plants and more.
Sunday Eola Market
Southeast corner of Lake Eola Park
Sundays from 9am – 2pm
The Sunday Eola Market is still a great way to spend the morning in an absolutely gorgeous setting. Great thing to do after brunch in Thornton Park.
Kissimmee Farmer’s Market
Thursdays from 7:00am to 1:00pm.
Know of any more farmer’s markets? Send me an email… I’ve love to hear about it. email@example.com