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Tomatoes from Florida. Fruit from elsewhere. Maybe because it is late in the season but vegetables were not local. Other stands include local honey, foods and trinkets. And there is so much room yet the stands are jammed onto a walkspace that squeezes the crowd...More
The Charleston Farmers Market was a nice way to spend a Saturday morning. The local produce all looked fantastic and fresh. There were a few food trucks and juice options. I had a green juice and a pb crepe from the crepe food truck -...More
We headed downtown for sightseeing recently in a Sat morning and saw the farmers market and it was a bonus as we walked around admiring all the fresh fruits and veggies and locally made goodies . There were lots of crafts and art as well...More
This is one of the best farmers markets I’ve been too. There are so many vendors that you could wander for hours looking at all of the various food items, artwork, and crafts. There are so many food vendors and a couple great coffee vendors...More
My first time to the market and it was enjoyable. A lot to choose from. Only reason I didn’t give it a 5 rating is, I feel like there could have been more actual produce stands. Regardless it’s a nice event to catch on Saturdays.
We enjoyed meeting the vendors and strolling amongst the different stalls in this small farmers market. There is a kind lady who sells the most delicious, spicy pickles. Another lady sells oak infused, low country salt to use on tomatoes or on rims of cocktail...More