We Visit Scottsdale’s Old Town Farmers’ Market
Old Town Farmers’ Market ~ Scottsdale, Arizona – When we travel, we absolutely LOVE to visit the local farmers’ markets.
Farmers’ markets are a wonderful place for breakfast or lunch, a great place to visit with locals, and a wonderful place to purchase fresh organic foods for picnic lunches, breads, wine, cheeses, and fresh fruit while you’re traveling.
In our visit to Scottsdale’s Old Town Farmers’ Market, we found fresh baked goods, jams (David loves Arizona orange marmalade), hand-made pasta (pictured right), almost every conceivable vegetable (Arizona growers create produce in winter), Arizona wines, home-made tamales (YUM), cheeses, olive oils, fresh flown-in fish, artisan chocolates, hot home-made donuts (they were cleaned out in an hour), fresh Arizona citrus, and much, much, more.
The Old Town Farmers’ Market occurs Saturday’s from 8:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m., and directions can be found at the link just above.
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I am looking for a place to purchase some cabbage (about 75 lbs.) to make homemade sauerkraut. Any ideas?
None what so ever. Sorry.
call Brat Haus owner in old town scottsdale and ask them – they make their own sauerkraut. Or contact McClendon Farms before they come to the market and ask if they can bring that much cabbage for you.
When does Scottsdale old Town Farmers Market open in the fall?
According to their Facebook Page, they open tomorrow: https://www.facebook.com/OldTownScottsdaleFarmersMarket But, you might want to send them a message to confirm. Have fun! 🙂