Where to Go for Greens: Top Ten Specialty Markets
.Las Olas Farmers Market. For the parade. Produce, baked goods, and super gourmand gear like selections of salts are available at this market that's a parade of locals, tourists, and their pets on Sundays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.. Get there early for such coveted items like stone crab claws. It is, after all, in season.
. The Boys Farmers Market. For terrific produce and people watching. Reasonably priced, organic produce, just-baked breads, flavored olive oils, fresh seafood, and artisan cheeses fall among the offerings for this top-notch shopping extravaganza. Though it's open daily, Sunday is best for people watching, though be careful of your car in the parking lot, where fender bending is a weekend sport.
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