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Centennial Lakes Farmers' Market

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Sally wrote a review Jun 2020
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They have delicious fresh food and produce. I love going here with friends and family. I especially love their honey.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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michael p wrote a review Jul 2017
Metro Minneapolis-Saint Paul, Minnesota11 contributions9 helpful votes
Thursday from 3-7 PM. I didn't expect much on my first visit. Edina is not well known for cultural diversity of any kind. I was pleased to see veggie and fruit vendors from all of the local growers. But more importantly, the crowd was a mix that may be difficult to find elsewhere in the city. From infant to age 90 people milled about, checking the local vendors' offerings. My favorite is AMDO Tibetan Mo-Mo. Minneapolis may have the largest Tibetan population in the US and mo-mos (steamed dumplings) are available in several places. But AMDO (a region) is especially great. This older couple sells 100s of these dumplings in two kinds: beef and veggie. I prefer the veggie. There are two sauces: one gently spicy and the other, a chili, that will burn you in a good way. I buy a double portion (single portion is 5$) and sit back at one of the tables to watch the RC sail boats. The kids like them too. There always is a bunch of kids at the shore of the (man-made) lake. There are also paddle boats and putt-putt golf available. A paved path circles the "lakes" and might take a casual 20 minutes to walk. For those finished with their veggie-buying, a visit to the sausage vendor might appeal. The family grills samples of their sausages and for 5$ you can get a sausage and can of soda. I look forward to this summer event and it never fails to bring a good feeling. You can park in the shopping center parking lot, located above the park. The market is approximately 30 minutes from downtown and 30 minutes from the airport-depending on time of day.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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