It's real small and located on one of the few old brick streets still left in town. The street really isn't used now and is basically an alley between the old buildings.
When I say small, I mean --real small. There were only 8 tables this weekend when we went. I stole this picture off of the website because I forgot to take one. This picture makes it look like a lot more than it is but if you count umbrellas, there were only 8 tables the day that picture was taken too.
But small does not mean that they didn't have anything good to offer. We found several good things to buy and we wanted to support this market so that maybe it could grow so we bought from 5 of the 8 tables.
One table gave us a spoon with a sample of some of the best grits I have ever eaten and we bought this 2 lb bag from them for $5. Worth every penny.
Phil got himself some blueberries and tomatoes. I could not find the tomatoes when I went to take this picture so I take it they were pretty good.
I also got some cucumbers (also gone today),a pint of honey $8 and a couple of black eyed-Susan plants for a dollar each.
There was a man selling grass fed beef out of a freezer as well. I would have liked to get some of that but it was just a little too expensive but maybe next times we'll try a little. There was also a table with just natural cleaners and I didn't buy anything from that table so maybe next time on that one too. They are supposed to have music some weeks and I will be interested to see that as well.
Anyway, the market runs through September and I hope it really catches on and gets even more tables.