Exploring the Winter Garden Farmer’s Market

Living near downtown Orlando, I typically visit the Winter Park and Orlando Farmer’s Markets. I wanted to explore more of Central Florida and visit my Friends at Tres Amigos Salsa in action, and made it out to the Winter Garden Farmer’s Market!

The market is located in the downtown area with brick lined streets and lots of cute storefronts! I will definitely need to head back to do some more exploring!

First stop at the market was the European Bakery tent. Pictured below is the Bacon, Egg, and Cheese Croissant. European Bakery has a storefront in Mount Dora.

Next stop was for a Triple Berry Smoothie from Raw Juicing and Detox. They have a storefront in Thornton Park as well!

Water Tower visible from the market area is pictured below.

I saw some of my favorite vendors such as Lavender Menace Designs. They have personalized dog bandanas that fit around your dog’s collar! My dog Ghost has a Super Mario bandana from here!

One thing I liked about this market was that all of the produce was in one location. It made it easy to see everything that was available and I didn’t have to shop around for prices. That also meant everyone was in the same line, which added up quickly!

Next stop, Tres Amigos Salsa! I found these guys in my local Lucky’s Market a few months ago and have since become friends and partnered up for a giveaway! This stuff is so addicting and fresh! No sugars or preservatives are added!

Pictured below is another shot of the downtown area and the European Bakery tent!

Downtown Winter Garden has some interesting historical landmarks along the main streets! I wanted to get up close to this train car! Super cool!

I’ve been to the area before to visit some restaurants and of course Crooked Can Brewery! I can’t wait to come back and explore some more of this extremely walkable area!

Other items I picked up that are not pictured are local burrata from Fresh Mozzarella USA, which is made locally in Orlando, and Pea Pod Pierogie Loaded Baked Potato Pierogies! Such a treat!

One comment

  1. Great job showing showing the local vibe with the street view photos. Hoping you will review and share pics of the Pea Pod loaded pierogies you mention at the end of the review – they sound yummy 😋

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