Participate in cooking demos, workshops, a scavenger hunt and more this Saturday, August 13 at the Phoenix Public Market.
The Uptown Farmers Market expands with a pop-up neighborhood nursery offering gardening classes and supplies, opening Saturday, September 26th.
Beginning Wednesday, February 4th, the Uptown Farmers Market will run on both Wednesdays and Saturdays at the SE corner of Central Ave and Bethany Home.
Epicurious.com, the web magazine for people who love to eat, is making the Downtown Phoenix Public Market a stop on their second annual farmers’ market tour this summer.
On Saturday, July 18 and Wednesday, July 22, stop by the Epicurious.com booth at the market anytime during its operating hours, and pick up a free eco-friendly tote bag, a recipe card with the perfect dish to cook up that day, and other great give-aways.
Attention shoppers! The first grocery store to open in downtown Phoenix in nearly 30 years is taking shape.
On a recent afternoon, a crew worked on plumbing and electrical systems for the 2,000-square-foot store, which is expected to open sometime in August. Soon they will bring in refrigerated cases, ovens and other kitchen equipment, said Alan McLaughlin, the store’s general manager.
“We will source everything local,” he said, including meat, milk and cheese. “This will be a hangout place in the neighborhood.”
The $475,000 project is an offshoot of the popular, biweekly Phoenix Public Market, which is run by the non-profit Community Food Connections.