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“Try a Frios frozen Popsicle”
Review of Windmill Market

Windmill Market
Ranked #5 of 31 things to do in Fairhope
Certificate of Excellence
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Owner description: Windmill Market is Fairhope's hub for fresh, local and laidback from food to music and more! Featuring Will Hughes Catering and Market along with other eats including Greenleaf, Mary Ann's Deli and Frios Gourmet Pops. Market open 11-7pm Monday-Saturday with grab n'go sandwiches/wraps or casseroles and soups to stock your freezer. Restaurants open 11am-3pm Tuesday-Saturday. Frios open 1-6pm Monday-Saturday. In season and lovin' local since 2009!
Reviewed June 26, 2014

Yum! Stop by the Frios stand for a creamy frozen Popsicle. I had sea salt caramel and kids had cookie & milk. Excellent alternative to ice cream.

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Reviewed April 23, 2014

Imaginative business idea. Little booths of crafts and forward thinking green businesses housed in one big amazing open air type building. Not your run of the "mill" place. The food was very good and simple. A nice afternoon diversion for the granola crowd. I bought a nice candle in one of the booths.

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Reviewed January 10, 2014

We thought this was a flea market, it is not. There are some unique gift ideas here and the creation from recycled material are truly creative. Kudos to the artist. There are a number of small eatrys there. We ate we ate at a little sandwich shop, a little black man is the cook and he makes amazing sandwiches. The Boston pulled but is very good and his barbeque sauce is some of the best I have ever tasted. The men in our party were not too pleased with their beer. The young man who was entertaining was really good and I really enjoyed his selections.

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Reviewed December 31, 2013

The Windmill always has something going on nearly every day of the week. On weekends they have live music; from time to time, they have culinary classes, such as one I attended on everything related to crab.
I think their best-kept secret is their breakfast: their menu is varied, and all their offerings are made from scratch in the kitchen. The little shops adjacent to the restaurant offer all kinds of locally-made goods, arts and crafts, and the produce at their market is also all from local sources.

3  Thank Theresa L
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Reviewed November 26, 2013

Shopping, music, restaurants all under one roof !! Friday pizza night at Sweet Olive is the best !! Merchants support local charities and organizations :)

Thank TrixieJo
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