If you are looking for local and specialty things this is a great place. It is a bit pricy but that is to be expected in this area.
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This market has some of the best produce I have ever seen. The peaches were huge and delicious and the tomatoes were beautiful and tasty. The baked goods looked great with wonderful breads to choose from. Not inexpensive but worth it.
We came here for the barbeque but looked around after we ate. The produce is nice, but the other items are quite pricey. The golden retreiver who seems to belong there was sweet! I wouldn't make a special trip here, but if you are in...More
True, there was a big variety of seasonal fruits and veggies, and many jars of locally labeled preserves and such but I honestly didn't feel this was worth a special trip. Stop in if you're in the area, but don't go out of your way....More
This is the place to stop and stock up on "right from the farm" tomatoes and peaches when in season. Great stop to stock up on everything from prime rib eye steaks to refillable olive oil. Check out the great array of jams and jellies....More
We love the pulled pork bbq and usually buy several pounds with all the fixings when we have company in town. They have picnic tables and a great assortment of fresh produce and locally made frozen items. Friendly and fun!
I've only stopped once, so far. This place has fresh made pies, fresh local produce, chicken salad, wine, cheese, etc. I bought so produce and a cute quality dish towel with roosters ;). There is a BBQ take out attached, I've not tried it but...More
We were looking for a place to eat in Cashiers and a local told us that the Cashiers Farmers Market had a barbecue restaurant as part o the market. You walk up the stairs to deck that leads into the market or over to a...More