katiebot5000 wrote:We live about 2 blocks from the location so for us its wonderful. I do agree that it could use a few more vendors. I really like the incredibly laid back atmosphere and it's nice to be able to grab a few items and have a seat in the grassy area and just relax. We've been tempted to try the oven fired pizza place, but their pricing stops us.
Howdy neighbor, whoever you are.
I'm trying to support the pizza people. For me it's more like a well prepared crust with the essence of toppings. We take it home and fix it up with sauce, cheese and basil from the garden. I spoke with them about it (nicely) but I don't think they see the need to adjust their prices or product. Cheers to their success. It must be working for them.
I love having the market there. My wife and I haven't missed one yet. Saboroso played there at no charge earlier this summer in hopes of drawing a little more attention to it. But, 92 in the shade that night, don't think we helped much. I hope the 20 people we drew bought some pizza, veggies, meat, cheese, eggs and lemonade! And cupcakes.
They had a corn roast with some folk music a few weeks ago. That went over well. I hope the vendors are doing well enough to keep it going next year. I've heard positive reviews from those that I've talked to about it.