Whether you’re planning a backyard cookout, need some road trip snacks, or want to treat yourself to something tasty for a quiet staycation, our crew of local vendors have what you need to make this holiday weekend a blast!
Festive Cookout – Pick up some veggies to throw on the grill alongside local meats from Hilltop Pastures. Don’t forget the pickles from Hazelwood Creek, and some decadent chocolates from House of Brigadeiros for dessert.
Holiday Brunch– How about Winter Goddess granola, honey and maple syrup from Jirik Family Farms, local eggs and bacon, and some of the last of the season’s strawberries?
Road Trip Snacks – Chang’s Kettle Corn, WI cheese curds, pastries from Green Garden Bakery, boiled or deep-fried peanuts from Tootie’s, flavorful kombucha from Double Dog Kombucha (bring your own container and take it for the road) to wash those snacks down, and so much more!
All this talk making you hungry? Us too! Grab a quick bite from one of our hot food vendors: Fireroast Cafe, Kabomelette, Akshay Paatram, Himalayan Momo, and Whole Soul Eatery.
Whatever your plans, stop by the market on Saturday, July 1st from 8am-1pm to stock up on tasty local fare for your holiday happenings!
Market Events – Saturday, July 1st
8:30am: by Imbue Yoga. All-levels, bring a mat.
9-11am: Brian Pat
11am-1pm: The Common Ground Company
–Our Streets Minneapolis
*Learn more about our Community Table progam here.
Midtown Flavors Cooking Demo:
10am-12pm – Lisa shows us how to make a tasty Blueberry Arugula Salad with Honey Lemon Dressing
potatoes, snap peas, kale, collard greens, lettuce, swiss chard, and other greens, green onions, sweet onions, cilantro, dill, basil and other potted and cut herbs, rhubarb, beets and beet greens, turnips, broccoli, lettuce, cucumbers, squash blossoms, sweet onions, kohlrabi, snap peas, radishes, tomatoes, carrots, garlic scapes, peas, bok choi, micro greens, strawberries* and blueberries* (*maybe on both – on the edge of both seasons) fresh cut flowers, cage free eggs, grass-fed beef, pasture raised pork and lamb, free range chicken, aged and fresh cheeses, honey, maple syrup, salsa, pickles, jams, jellies and other preserves, cookies, scones and other baked goods, granola, chai, nut mixes, Brazilian chocolates, kettle corn, bubble tea, boiled & deep-fried peanuts, omelettes, tamales, samosas, chana masala, Tibetan dumplings, healthier versions of Soul Food favorites, coffee, tea, kombucha, mango lassis, shaved ice, and other refreshments.
Arts, Crafts, and More—Books, handmade jewelry, bags, hats, mittens and scarves.
Vendors (Saturday 7/1)
Food and Agricultural Vendors— Bao Xiong, Cha Veggies, Alanna Yang, Pflaum Farms, Mao Lee, Winter Goddess Foods, Hazlewood Creek Farms, Wozupi Tribal Gardens, Blackbrook Farm, Jirik Family Farms, Zoua Lo, Ge Vue, Morning Scape Farm, Burning River Farm, Cher Kao Her, Wisconsin Cheese Outlet, Double Dog Kombucha, House of Brigadeiros, Yer Yang, Straight River Farm, Jirik Family Farm, Bayfield Fruit Company, Mee Vue, Hilltop Pastures Family Farm, Green Earth Growers, Justin Her, Peter’s Pumpkins and Carmen’s Corn
Ready-to-Eat Food Vendors–Kabomelette, Fireroas
Art and Craft Vendors–Moon Palace Books, Flying Crow Craft