Open Air Market1 Vote Currently Closed
- Address: 721 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85004, USA, United States
- Timings: 08:00 am - 12:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-6026256736
Since 2005, the prime aim of the Open Air Market is to provide freshly grown products to the people. This market place is developed by a non-profit organization named Community Food Connections. The interesting thing about this market is that it allows even small farmers and businessmen to bring their products to sell. About 80 vendors are come from whom you can pick different types of organic products like coffee, honey, jam, and pickles. There is a vendor which sells various accessories too. If you are craving for food, rush to the cafe next to Open Air Market for devouring some delicious snacks.
How to Reach Open Air Market
- Train- LTRL to stop- Roosevelt/Central Ave
Open Air Market Reviews & Ratings
I am not sure whether or not this place is called the Phoenix Public Market now or the Open Air Market. Either way this place is a rather new feature to downtown Phoenix. If you really want to support a local business I recommend going as local as you can... buying for a farmer at a farms stand.
Farm to table produce at supermarket prices or better! The knowledge that came from the vendors was more than the average grocer stock person could provide. Not just produce but other vendors who made this a great outing!
The open air market is beautiful and eclectic! Take a walk around the almost complete shaded and misted market, and bring your pup on a short leash. Sample local goods and see local wares. Great produce and art! Absolutely worth checking weekly for new vendors.
Fantastic outdoor market. Great coffee and great snack items. Lots of great arts and crafts. Everyone is so friendly and relaxed. Great spot for dogs but they have rules. Excellent coffee options. Nice to have an open air market. It was a balloon guy that gives away free balloons as a way to market his balloon business. His balloon business is for parties and tricks for kids.
Belinda's pickets are the best. Good variety of STUFF. Not to mention great wheather.