We've been getting items from the Dutch market for many years, but this was actually my first visit in person. Also, I understand from my in laws that it has moved to larger facility. We got up early to go get items for the Easter weekend activities and actually arrived early so getting a parking place was no problem. Watching the employees via the storefront windows was interesting. However, about 15 mins before the market opened the people started pouring in and in short order the que was around the corner in both directions! As soon as the doors opened it was like Walmart on Black Friday! People were literally running to their targeted area! The market is organized similar to a large grocery store with various counters, extensive meats, vegetables, bakery etc. It was amazing to watch the patrons stream to their destination. I was hungry particularly after watching the staff eat in the windows. So I headed for the take out window for coffee and a sausage biscuit, which they couldn't accept that I wanted a sausage patty in a biscuit and not a biscuit smothered in gravy... But the real point is while I was there my wife went to the pretzel bakery and met me with bacon, Cheese baked in Pretzel bread. OUT OF THIS WORLD! There are too many stories of this short visit to write them all in a reasonable review. Suffice it to say this was an experience both visually, and tastefully that shouldn't be missed if you have an opportunity to visit. Final note Parking lot is a huge pain. Choose your visit time wisely.