Linden Hills Farmers’ Market Opens This Sunday, May 22

Calvits

Photo by John Garland // Growler Magazine

The Details:

Linden Hills Farmers’ Market
Every Sunday, 9am to 1pm.
May 22–October 30, 2016
Upton and 43rd—Settergren’s Ace Hardware

The Vendors:

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.

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Photo by James Eastman // Growler Magazine

GYST pickles:

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.

Photo by John Garland // Growler Magazine

Photo by John Garland // Growler Magazine

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.

Desserts:

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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