Downtown Phoenix Public Market

  • Farmers-market Farmer's Market
    ( 2 reviews )

721 N Central Ave, Phoenix, Arizona, USA, 85004

2 blocks south of Roosevelt. Vendors sell locally grown produce including some organic vegetables and fruits, handmade crafts, packaged foods, and prepared food. Open Wed 4:00pm-8:00pm, Sat 8:00am-12:00pm.

2 Reviews

First Review by vegoutbabe

Cool Open Market - Edit

The Downtown Phoenix Public Market or #dtphx, is a lovely way to spend your Saturday morning. Lots of hustle and bustle as shoppers and browsers shuffle through the maze that is the market. Local businesses displaying their lovely crafts, produce, and foods. It's a great sampling of so many of the talented entrepreneurs in the Valley. I found the perfect Christmas present for my mum at the stand selling homemade Navajo jewelry. The vendors tend to vary; some or constant, others are not. So if you find one that you really like, I suggest getting a busy card or other contact information.

The food trucks are another selling point for me. They always have at least 2 or 3 trucks that are vegan-friendly. Mi Vegana Madre, a vegan taco food truck, is my favorite.

The only thing I don't love is the parking situation. Whether it's street parking or on the adjacent parking lot, you're going to be out of some coins.

Pros: vegan options

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should come every saturday and wed.! - Edit

when the market first opened i came and danced for them.The people are so friendly, and if they get enough funding they'll get to move to an inside location right next to the lot its at. There is usually live music preformed by local artists and my dad:)try the tamales from the Tamale Store, the herbal chocolate that will put spicey sensations in your mouth with every bite of chocolate at Wei of Chocolate, buy beautiful sunflowers and veggies from good ol' Mya's Farm, swap books, talk with the nicest guy in the wheel chair that comes every week,sit around a fire in the winter,go to the nachos booth for great chips,burn your tongue with great tastes at Gauge the Heat(or just get mild),sip the best chai tea you've ever had with that booth right in front(get soy with mine), buy colorful pasta from the lady who works next to lady who sells the chai tea, and buy yummy hand crafted goods from The Bread Basket and try the scones, they don't dissapoint.DONT FORGET TO PAY!!!

Pros: good food, cheap, funfunfun

Cons: its almost too good!

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