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Bivens R wrote a review Sep 2019
Lexington, South Carolina34 contributions2 helpful votes
Most significant hint: it is called The Saturday Market, but it is open on Sunday also! We enjoyed a couple hours at the market today eating very good food from various ethnic food trucks (I had Greek), relaxing to some good laid-back music, and browsing the craft booths. The craft offerings spanned a wide range from "imported but trying to sell as original work" to truly fine art and craft work. One fellow would make a clay sculpture caricature for you from a picture. Very unique and humorous, starting at $16. Another man had beautiful handcrafted musical instruments he had designed and created. Think a cross between a dulcimer and a guitar . Not only did they sound and look beautiful, they were very simple to play by virtue of their construction. It was a misty day when we went so I am thinking there will be more vendors when the weather is better. All in all, a nice way to spend an afternoon. …
Date of experience: September 2019
Patricia W wrote a review May 2018
Madison, Alabama32 contributions10 helpful votes
Happened upon the Portland Saturday Market and throughly enjoyed strolling by the stalls filled with interesting and unique items. Music played and several food stalls near the waterfront but we had already eaten.
Date of experience: May 2018
Kathryn G wrote a review Sep 2015
Providence, Rhode Island398 contributions124 helpful votes
We found this while we were at the Portland Saturday Market. It's a small market with kiosks for various vendors and food stalls. It's eclectic. The Vietnamese food place was very good. And the music on the plaza was great.
Date of experience: September 2015