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The Imperial Beach Certified Farmers Market is a Great Way to Start Your Weekend Every Friday!

Mar 09, 2020 03:42PM ● By Paul Spear
The Imperial Beach Certified Farmers Market has something for everyone. This event has a free-spirited and funky vibe that Imperial Beach is known for. You will find countless vendors of fresh seasonal produce, tasty ethnic meals, and snacks. You can enjoy these there or take them home for dinner.  Plus they have unique homemade artisan crafts for your home or gifts. And, be sure to take home some beautiful flowers to our sweetie.

You will find plenty of options for eating there or taking home for dinner. Your choices include tasty Empanadas, Healthy Smoothies, Organic Hummus, and Authentic French Crepes. And if that isn't enough you can try food from Kenya, India, Greece or Filipino & Asian treats.

One of my favorites is  Middle East Food. They serve Greek Gyros, Dolmas, Greek salads, and Baklava.  The food serving is huge and it's awesome, Delish!  Giant gyros and greek salads.  The salad can be taken home to feed a family of 4 it is so big.  We don't have any Gyros food on IB so you need to check this out. This brother-sister business, the sister makes the gyros meat, has been at the IB Certified Farmers Market since 2010.

You can't have a better day than at the Imperial Beach's Farmers Market. You can enjoy the wonderfully tasty foods, pick up some great produce and artisan gifts to take home and have the chance to watch the surfers or take a walk on the beach and IB Pier.

Don't Miss Your Opportunity to Purchase the Freshest and Most Delicious Locally Grown Produce, Ethnic Foods, Art, Flowers and more at The Imperial Beach Farmers Market!


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Paul Spear, Publisher, and Editor of Dig Imperial Beach 


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