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Winter Park Farmers Market

IMG_0167This is one of our favorite things to do on Saturday morning, a visit to the Winter Park Farmers Market. Located next to Central Park on Park Avenue, the converted rail freight depot and it’s yard offers a small but cozy area for vendors and farmers to offer their hand made goods and produce.

 

 The market offers a small selection of fresh produce, plants, seeds, crafts and food items. There is a crepe stand outsite, kettle corn, omlette/grill trailer outside, while inside the depot there is a host different food merchants, from cheeses and pickles to coffee and cake. A couple of our favorites are Davis Bakery (the station with the longest lines) and Irene french patesserie stand for great french baked stuff.

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The market is crowded.. way more people than you should fit in that tiny space and it’s hard to find a place to sit sometimes and that could be annoying when holding a bagel or two, a drink and running after a toddler, but we seem to always find a spot on one of the large tables outside. Food is not cheap at the market.. a sandwich bagel is $7 and a pain au chocolat costs $3.5.  The price for produce is decent and it’s fresh.

We ordered an egg sandwich, a salmon bagel and a couple of citrus ice teas.

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