The Market at Pepper Place | Saturday Farmers Market
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The city's best farmers market is Saturday morning in Pepper Place. This outdoor market is open through the summer, into the fall, offering fresh bread, local fruits and veggies, and locally made gifts. Live music can be heard most weekends. Catch a Cooking demonstration from the best chefs in the…
Eclectic gathering of cant-get-it-any-fresher produce, homemade goods, arts, and crafts. Leashed dogs are welcome and vendors often have water bowls for their guests. the only downside is it's only open seasonally!
Certified Alabama Farmers Market featuring goods grown, raised and made in the state of Alabama. Located in the Pepper Place Entertainment District.
The Farmer's Market at Pepper Place is one of the best Saturday mornings' in the area. Food, art, crafts, fresh vegetables and meats - a great start to the weekend.
If you're here on a Saturday morning, be sure to check out the farmers market. It's open almost all year long, though fresh produce may be limited.
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