The first time I met Chef Monique Santua of Gastromonique was at a friend’s dinner party. Gastromonique is committed to feeding Austinites seasonable, local, and sustainable foods through farm to table personal chef services.[Read more…]
If you love a good chocolate chip cookie, then I’ve got your new fave place to visit on the weekends in Austin! Teddy V. Pâtisserie is a local business specializing in delicious cookies that make your mouth water just looking at photos of them. Go on–tell me I’m lying. I dare you.
Texas Farmers’ Market at Mueller, known by locals as Mueller Farmers’ Market, is a slice of farm-fresh heaven in east Austin. The setting alone is dreamy, as the market sits in and around Austin’s first airplane hangar in a charming waterfront park. Though harvest season is upon us now, the market overflows with freshly-reaped goodness year-round. [Read more…]
Editor’s Note: Unfortunately, the Great Hills Open Air Market shut down in May 2013.
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North Austinites, Austin families and foodies, there’s a new farmers market for your visiting enjoyment!
Located under beautiful shade trees at the Arboretum, the Great Hills Open Air Market is open every Sunday from 9 AM-1 PM.
Founder Eddie McLean started a successful market in Cedar Park, and Great Hills Open Air Market is based on that model. These aren’t your typical farmers markets. [Read more…]
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Every Sunday, the HOPE Farmers Market sets up at Pine Street Station, just east of downtown. It won’t take you long to acknowledge that the HOPE Market lives up to its name: Helping Other People Everywhere. [Read more…]
A windy bike ride down the Drag and through downtown brought us to the Austin Farmers Market this past Saturday morning. The Market runs every Saturday from 9 AM-1 PM at Guadalupe and 4th (Republic Square Park). You can’t miss it.
Seattle (where the Austinot moved from at the end of 2011) has an extraordinary number of farmers markets year-round and takes great pride in every one. My personal opinion is that the Austin Farmers Market rivals or surpasses what I experienced in Seattle.
Fruits and vegetables, bread and bakery items, meat, honey, cheeses…the Austin Farmers Market has it all. [Read more…]