Enjoy farmer's markets, food trucks, great restaurants and art. Markets provide you with locally grown produce and specialty items in Scottsdale. Eat your way through Scottsdale with a cornucopia of locally grown flavors featured at the destination’s farmers markets.
On Thursdays from 5 to 8 p.m., stop into a JAM, a historic home that been transformed into an artisans boutique, during Miller Market on 1st Street. Named after the home’s original owner Charles Miller, this weekly food truck round up features produce from local favorites such as Singh Farms and tantalizing prepared items from restaurants and vendors such as Urban Table, Super Chunk Sweets and Treats, and Winifred Street Message Art. While you’re chowing down, explore JAM’s featured artwork and crafts, and “jam” out to live music hosted on the bungalow style home’s porch.
New to Scottsdale is “Chef Eddie’s” farmer’s market. Located just outside Eddie’s House in downtown Scottsdale, more than 25 vendors assemble each Sunday from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. through April. Enjoy farm fresh produce, local meats and take-home ready food from vendors such as Blue Sky Farms, Circle Key Farms, Lillie Mae's Old Fashion Pickles and What Nuts. After you’re done shopping for local ingredients, indulge in the new Sunday brunch menu at Eddie’s House serving up innovative dishes like chicken with white hominy and lettuce fresco, and grilled lamb chops with cumin hummus. After chowing down, check out one of Marshall Way art galleries like Touchstone Gallery or Art One.
Indulge in all that is tasty in Scottsdale during the Old Town Scottsdale’s Farmer’s Market on Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Located in the heart of Scottsdale, this mainstay features dozens of producers, purveyors and vendors serving up local specialties such as cider, apples, tamales, free range beef and eggs, and artisan-made cheeses and breads. Enjoy organic fresh produce and honey from McClendon’s Select, ice cream from Sweet Republic, and goat cheese from Footes Hold Dairy.
Information courtesy: Scottsdale CVB