|Some of the most beautiful flowers you will ever see are available at the Sara Hardy Farmers Market in Traverse City, as well as some of the most amazing food!|
|Need something to grill up for lunch later on the boat while floating in Grand Traverse Bay? The Sara Hardy Farmers Market features fresh surf and turf.|
|Sweets abound at the Sara Hardy Farmers Market in Traverse City, MI as well.|
|Amazing creations from home based chefs are a major draw for locals to the Sara Hardy Farmers Market in Traverse City.|
|Fresh strawberries are great for munching as you wander through downtown Traverse City.|
The Sara Hardy Farmer's Market is Traverse City's version of a slap in the face to those who rush through life without stopping to smell the roses, as they say. And I love it!
|Local maple syrup lines a table at the Sara Hardy Farmers Market in Traverse City, MI.|
"So, the market is a religious experience?" you say, "That's lovely, really it is. But I came here for advice on places to EAT, Ghandi!" Well, back off with the attitude and I'll get to that.
|Delicious bread is everywhere, sweet and otherwise, makes for an outstanding and satisfying breakfast in Traverse City, MI.|
The market is open from 8AM-Noon. That time frame spans two of America's three meal times. My suggestion to you is that you wander to the market with a few dollar bills (probably 7-10 per person) and make a meal experience of it! Buy a sweet pastry from 9 Bean Rows (an amazing downtown bakery that sets up shop at the market).......
|There's even a few of Traverse City's most popular restaurants offering goods at the Sara Hardy Farmers Market. Yum!|
Then wander on over to Patisserie Amie and buy a wondrous loaf of slipper bread (a salty, crusty, soft, buttery affair that will keep your mind forever obsessing over it thereafter)..............
|Grab some amazing cheese, sign up for a share of a cow, buy fresh meats veggies and grain goods and more at Traverse City's Sara Hardy Farmers Market.|