Not everyone gets excited about going to the market. After all, grocery shopping can certainly feel like the chore it is, but it doesn’t have to! If you’re looking to add some entertainment value to your next veggie run, why not grab your reusable shopping bags and head out to FoodinRoot St. Philip’s Farmer’s Market, which takes place from 8 a.m. to 12 noon, every Saturday and Sunday? Not only can you grab incredibly fresh produce and prepared food items, there will also be arts and crafts for sale, along with live music to catch! It’s a great way to make what could be yet another boring grocery run, into a lovely afternoon of entertainment instead.
What You’ll Catch at Philip’s Plaza
St. Philip’s Plaza features a beautiful open-air market that has been a long-standing and beloved tradition in Tucson. In fact, the market has been serving Tucson residents for 20 years!
The plaza is in a lovely setting filled with Venice-inspired architecture, fountains and cobblestone pathways. There are also wonderful shade trees, filling the area.
To be a part of the market, enjoy the free admission on Saturdays and Saturdays.
The farmer’s market is held in St. Philip’s Plaza, located at 4280 N. Campbell Ave., Tucson, AZ 85718. For more information visit www.foodinroot.com/farmersmarkets/stphiipsplaza