Linden Hills Farmers’ Market
Every Sunday, 9am to 1pm.
May 22–October 30, 2016
Upton and 43rd—Settergren’s Ace Hardware
Linden Hills features a great number of small food artisans, alongside your standard produce and proteins (See a full list of vendors here). A few highlights:
Shrubs and Switchel:
Calvit’s Drinking Shrubs (pictured, above) is an ultra-newcomer whose shrubs tend towards the savory and intense. We’ve been sipping on their Ginger-Lemongrass version with club soda, and can’t wait to play around with the Tomatillo-Tamarind and a bottle of tequila.
And be on the lookout for two of our other favorites, The Twisted Shrub and Superior Switchel.
Fennel with dill, breakfast radishes, cauliflower and more—get your fermented vegetables from the Mel and Kylene (above) at GYST Fermentation Bar.
Honey & Rye Baked Goods:
They don’t usually do many muffins at their Excelsior Avenue bakehouse, but check out Honey & Rye at Linden Hills for all your morning breads and pastries that, along with a cup of Bootstrap Coffee, would make for a fine browsing breakfast at the market.
All the Granolas:
Oh Yum Granolas are chewy and moist, Ommie‘s energy bars are seed-based and delicious, perfect for the allergen-conscious.
Other Eats On Site:
If you come nearer to lunchtime, you won’t be disappointed: Hot Indian Foods, Red Wagon Pizza, Rainbow Chinese, Red River Kitchen, Twin Cities Paella, Tollefson Family Pork, and more.
Treat yourself with Treat Yourself Cookies, or toast yourself a s’more with the gourmet marshmallows from North Mallow & Co. (above)
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