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Bloomington Community Farmers Market, Bloomington

Categories: Flea Markets, Shopping
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4.9/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web
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  • I make a trip to the market a few times per month. It's best to get there a few minutes after opening for the best produce and less people shopping. It's also best to go early before it gets hot durin...  read more »
  • The Bloomington Farmers Market is one of my favorite parts of Bloomington. During the summer, it's held outside and has about maybe 50 or 60 stands selling traditional farmers market produce, and anot...  read more »
  • Festive, colorful, and oh so tasty fresh fruits, vegetables, meats, eggs, and handmade foods ready to eat. Many organically grown. The best place in Bloomington to get some good food, listen to local ...  read more »
  • It was a fantastic little market loaded with fresh produce and people. Even though the second Flood with a capital F started while we were there. An old man was playing accordion, but instead of drawing in two of each animal, he only attracted dogs and people who like accordion music. Still could get a croissant in the driving rain. Caught a Kabuto; would shop there again.
  • Great food, a nice variety of produce, dairy, bakery and food that's ready to eat. I love the Feast or the No Coast stands for a quick bite to eat. I like to get my honey from this market as well. There's a couple that's always selling really good kettle corn. Give yourself no less than an hour to enjoy. Give yourself more time if you like music or enjoy stopping to talk to the people you know.
  • One of the best farmer's markets around. Bring your own bags if you can! Most vendors only take cash, but some do take card. Check out the tamales, local cheese, the honey lady, & pick up a plant for your dorm room.
  • Adorable event. All IU students should go at least once during their career! Look for Le Petit Cafe for a unique experience.
  • The farmers' market is awesome. The summer market has a large variety of fresh produce as well as a separate area for food vendors (some who only sell at the market).
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