- In operation since 1857, the City Market is the largest farmers market in the region with an annual attendance of nearly 600,000 per year and bursting with more than 140 farmer stalls
- Local produce everyday until 4pm.
- Bloom bakery is one of the best bakers in the city
- Good services for farmers and enjoy the sweet test of meals.
- Bloom Bakery - fresh bread, no preservatives.
- Packed today but so worth it. Amazing deals on produce for mikes juicing. Paused for a bit to grab lunch. The BBQ place in here has such good food.
- great deals on produce
- Sprawling farmers market on weekend mornings, with a great selection of produces, crafts and baked goods. Also check out the restaurants and cafes, including Bloom Bakery and Blue Nile.
- Local produce. Do it!
- quaint coffee place in the back left corner... relax upstairs; follow the spriral staircase
- Head down on a Saturday morning for produce and people watching.
- The sign that says 7 days a week must refer to a desire. Went on a nice Wednesday at 2pm. DEAD. Not one stall open, just a few restaurants and permanent businesses.
- Go to the Italian market. The ricotta is amazing!
- Seek out the lemonade truck at the east end of the market and get a fresh cherry lemonade or limeade. So delicious, especially in the summer!!
- Chicken Salad on croissant at Bloom Bakery is fantastic!
- It's much more than produce. The spices are absolutely awesome. Keep your business local. ; -)
- fresh local produce is incredible. It's in the 2 aisles down the center, whereas the stores on the perimeter are bringing in grocery produce. Don't overlook Bloom though, their bread is incredible.
- City Market transforms itself for Whoville Holidays, a yuletide celebration featuring The Grinch, art activities and a Cindy Lou Who look-alike contest.
- 2012 Visitors' Choice Award Winner for Favorite Free Thing To Do, Best Midwestern Hospitality
- Go sample bread on Saturday's and Sunday's at Bloom Bakery!