Palo Alto’s California Avenue Farmers Market – Kick-Off This Sunday
The new and expanded California Avenue Farmer’s Market is kicking off this Sunday, March 23 from 9A to 1P. This expanded market will help the city’s massive streetscape project which also began this week. The weekly market will extend from California Avenue to Birch Street which will allow 25 new vendors to participate and share their products.
The new vendors are bringing a bushel of new food and drink options to compliment an already abundant display of food, drink and other products.
Several new vendors include the Manresa Bread Project (Los Gatos restaurant), Beet Generation Juice, Tru Gourmet (organic dim sum), and Ladera Granola. Spice Hound and the San Benito Tea Company will rotate every other week in one vendor space.
Barrett Farms (poultry), Fogline Farm (chicken and pork), and H&H Fresh Fish Co. round out the meat vendors.
Mariposa and Flour Chylde Bakery will provide gluten-free baked options.
Far West Fungi will feature their specialty mushrooms.
Palo Alto Mayor Nancy Shepherd will cut the ceremonial ribbon at 10:30A.
Looking forward to seeing you out there.