Spring Has Sprung a New Vendor at the Market Place


The Fernandina Beach Market Place is thrilled to announce a new addition to the wonderful family of vendors found on North Seventh Street in Fernandina Beach. Fresh Greens Microgreens will be bringing a variety of microgreens to the farmers market. These are grown organically, and brought directly from the farm to you. Look for their booth full of nutrient-dense, high quality microgreens.

Oizeo, a team of five sisters, bring Asian tapas to the Market Place. This is an extremely popular booth that offers pre-made, Asian dishes that are fresh, and tasty. Their company was founded on the idea of serving the freshest in exotic, international cuisine.

Me, Myself and Pies, is also back this week. They offer savory and traditionally sweet pies. Baked from scratch you can enjoy their chicken, beef, or vegetable pot pies made with carrots, potatoes, onions, in flavorful, rich sauces. Their quiche flavors include loaded, Lorraine, seafood, vegetable, pork sage sausage, chicken cordon bleu, and more. Sweet pies include seasonal fruits, pecan, chocolate chess, lemon meringue, derby, Oreo, peanut butter, and more.

This week’s Booth with a Cause is the Barnabas Center. They will be having a drawing for a gift basket giveaway and want to draw attention to their community garden by displaying foods grown there and looking for new volunteers.

Not that spring has sprung, fair weather musician Alain Lelait is returning to entertain us with popular classic and soft rock tunes of the 70s, 80s, and 90s.

This is the fourth Saturday of the month, so the art vendors will also be in attendance at the Market Place, in the Pineland Bank parking lot, located adjacent to North Seventh Street.

Both markets are open from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., rain or shine.