UPDATE: moved to Bee Cave, in the Lowe’s parking lot (map) This new market is open Sundays from 9 to 1, and it is a fun way to spend a Sunday morning. There are all kinds of goodies, edible and non-, from gourmet popsicles by Mom & Pop, above, to authentic French croissants, farm-fresh produce, and tamales, all the way to jewelry, tie-dyed t-shirts and hardy native plants.
The market is just outside the doors of local French fave Artisan Bistro, making it easy for them to showcase their delicious croissants, almond croissants and pains aux chocolat. You can get a fresh cup of their signature coffee, too.
Several stands offer their locally grown, seasonal produce. Other greenery comes in the form of beautiful native plants.
Sample some organic handmade tamales and you’re sure to pick up some for home. Tie-dye wear is fun for kids of all ages.
Live music provides a festive atmosphere. There are booths featuring bakeries, more produce, handmade jewelry and gifts – about 16 booths in all so far.