VARIETY IS THE SPICE OF LIFE
WHAT'S NEW AT THE MERCATO
It's true what they say about variety being the spice of life and that's why it's always exciting to see new vendors at the Little Italy Mercato. We hope a little bit of rain didn’t keep you away last Saturday, but if it did, here’s what you missed. At the top of the market check out Marine Desert Rose with pretty aprons and kitchen utensils to add to your culinary collection. Then find Nicolau Farms at the corner of Date and India with a selection of farmstead cheeses you've just goat to try! From fresh chevre to raw milk feta to an aged cheese they call Cabralinda all made with - what else - goat's milk. And somewhere between the two there is Maciel Family Farm bringing early signs of spring with fresh fava beans and peas as well as an assortment of greens, beets and radishes. How good it is!
SD Weekly Markets brings farmers’ markets to the city in San Diego, and people to the table. Each of our San Diego farmers’ markets is geared to the needs and interests of the communities it serves, and each is managed professionally to provide the highest quality farm-fresh produce, meats, fish, eggs, and artisan foods to San Diego farmers’ market shoppers.