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Winter Park Farmer's Market, Winter Park

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4.5/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web
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  • What a great mix of food, produce, plants, crafts! We had a great time checking this out. We sampled several drinks and tried some different foods. They was a nice variety of fruits and vegetables as ...  read more »
  • What to do on a Saturday morning? Yeah, visiting Winter Park Farmer's Market, of course! It was truly a lovely experience, the day so warm but enjoyable to walk around, go in and out of the little sto...  read more »
  • Cute, hot city. I was charmed with the mood at the fair, people relaxed and enjoying the Sabbath. The tent that was more full of bagle (long line) but not proved, were behind the popcorn but arrived too late. Amazing jellies and cheeses. Out that q is a city figure. Worth every second! Recommend
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  • Love visiting this place. Such a fun neighborhood to walk about as well. We always get bagels for breakfast when we're here. (Inside the building) lots of cool vendors. And you get to meet interesting people. Lots of fun!
  • Enjoyable atmosphere. Great assortment for anyone looking for more than just apples or oranges. Nice way to spend time shopping and sampling.
  • While the general experience of the Winter Park Farmers' Market is great, parking can be a nightmare and oftentimes results in unnecessary frustration. The area would greatly benefit from a large, free, multi-story parking garage, but the homeowners in the area would probably never approve. Vendors vary but you'll generally see a lot of the same faces with booths ranging from fresh fruits and vegetables to artisan cheeses, baked goods, all types of flora and fauna, and anything in-between. Bring an appetite and some cash, prices are generally mid-range but can sometimes be quite high depending on your tastes. Most vendors do accept cards, but not all.
  • Lots of good selection. I'd like to go more often. Only big problem is that parking in that part of town SUCKS
  • Very nice local market. Kettle corn is delicious. Parking is sometimes problematic.
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