Calling all fresh veggie enthusiasts, flower truck lovers and anyone with a sweet tooth - we have the perfect way for you to spend your Saturday morning! The Dublin Market at Bridge Park is putting a unique twist on the traditional farmers market. Here's what you need to know:
The Dublin Market at Bridge Park takes place every Saturday from 9 am to noon. With vendors offering everything from fresh produce, flowers and art, there is a new local favorite for everyone to discover.
Start your market experience with a cup of coffee from Sweetwaters. You can visit their storefront for a full menu of their cafe items and beverages or stop by their booth at the market for a quick coffee.
Brighten your morning with an arrangement of fresh cut flowers from Scheiderer Farms. Their flowers are all grown right here in Central Ohio!
Shop The Boutique Truck and Apricot Lane for trendy women's fashion that won't break the bank. Looking for accessories and other local products? Stop by Bliss Life & Style. Art lovers will delight in creations by Urban Timber, a sustainably-sourced local woodworking business.
Taste the best of local produce and snacks with some fresh veggies from Wishwell Farms or some raw, local honey from Combs Bee Farm. Other vendors offer unique, locally made products like jellies and jams from Impossible Jams and specialty cheeses from Fromagerie.
Indulge in a sweet confection from Tupelo Doughnuts or cool down with a frozen treat from Too Good Eats. Are you a chocolate lover? You can't go wrong with a decadent indulgence from Kilwins. Visit their booth at the market or check out their storefront at Bridge Park.
Don't forget! You can also bring your furry friends with you to the market. Stop by the Pet Wants Powell booth to pick up a treat for them too.
@thatdoodlebarkley posed for his close up on a morning at the market.
@thecheescake.girl snapped this photo of a happy customer.
For a full list of vendors, you can find at The Dublin Market, click here.
Click here to see a video experience of a morning at The Dublin Market.