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12 Reasons to Get “Local” at Highland Park Village

Nadia Dabbakeh | September 9, 2016 | Feature Features

Highland Park Village has just announced the launch of a new seasonal, open-air neighborhood market called “Local” featuring farm-sourced produce, artisan goods, games and live entertainment that will take place the third Saturday of every month through December. Kicking off this Saturday, Sept. 17 from 8 to 11:30am, Livingston Court (between Celine and Balenciaga) will be home to yummy breakfast items, locally sourced gifts, face painting and more. Here, 12 vendors we can't wait to check out.
Highland Park Village kicks off the fall season with a monthly open-air market for the whole family.

1. Aqua Pop: Fruit infused sparkling waters.

2. Avant Garden: Grab-and-go floral bouquets.

3. Baugh Farms: Farm fresh produce including zucchini, pumpkins, corn, kale, spinach, pickled okra and more.

4. Becerra’s Tex-Mex Tamales and Salsas: A variety of tamales and salsas.

5. Bisous Bisous Patisserie: French macarons.

6. Fisher Family Farm & Ranch: Seasonal produce including watermelons, tomatoes, squash, broccoli and cantaloupes.

7. Kessler Pie Co.: Selection of handcrafted pies in a jar.

8. Naturally Curly Cook: Sweet and savory kolaches, quiches, muffins, scones, granola and salad dressings.

9. Royal Blue Grocery: Stumptown Coffee Drip Bar, breakfast tacos and Stumptown Coffee beans.

10. Tribal Juice: Variety of cold pressed juices.

11. Texas Olive Ranch: Bottled Texas olive oils and vinegars.

12. White Rock Soap Gallery: All-natural and handmade soaps, soy wax candles and body care products.


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