Baltimore Museum of Industry Farmer's Market

After Saturday morning yoga class, I walked down to the farmers market at the Baltimore Museum of industry. This was my first time at this particular farmer's market. It's relatively small (especially in comparison to the Baltimore Farmer's Market under 83), but if you live in Fed Hill, Riverside or Locust Point, it's a great alternative to driving across town. 

The weather wasn't the best today, which likely accounted for the fewer number of vendors, but those that were in attendance brought some of the most beautiful produce. Peaches, watermelon, cabbage, lettuce, peppers, eggplant, tomatoes, corn--if it was in season, it was there. 

The "Pickle King" was also there with about a dozen different pickle flavors,  Lucky Cup Truck was in attendance for your caffeine fix, and K-B-Que and Fusion was serving up hot Korean barbecue.

Although there weren't dozens of vendors, basically everything you would want from a farmers market was on site. After picking out some peaches I sat down and watched the boats sailing on the harbor, while listening to a very kind woman playing the accordion. It was a nice, relaxing Saturday morning. 

The Baltimore Museum of Industry Farmers Market is open every Saturday from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. through October 25th. Visit their website for details on upcoming events. 

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