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Downtown Market Walk

Saturday, July 21st

11-3PM
Downtown Bellingham
FREE!

 

Eat local, from local (it matters!)

Stroll the streets for all the eats! Taste your way through Bellingham’s unique markets and specialty food shops and eat local, from local businesses. Samples & specials at each stop!

Play “market walk” bingo for the chance to win local food prizes! Buying local food from local businesses keeps dollars here in our community and supports the folks who have built Bellingham into the beautiful community we all love.

 

stops

Community Food Co-op & Bakery Café Patio
1220 N. Forest St.

Your locally grown, community-owned fresh foods market since 1970, with a focus on local and organic food; in-house scratch delis; and comprehensive wellness selection. Enjoy live music starting at 11:30, samples from local vendors, and kids activities throughout the event!

Music:

Tracy Spring (11:30 am store): folk
Louis Ledford (1:30 pm store): Americana roots
Threefer (3 pm bakery café): Chuck Dingée, Sharon Mayson, and Katie Weed

Samples:

Sauk Farm dried Honeycrisp apples, grape cider, and apple cider
Grilled Uli’s Famous Sausage
Additional samples throughout the store + Bakery Café patio specials

Kid Activities:

Fun with Felix (3–4:30 pm bakery cafe patio)

 

Bellingham Farmers Market
1100 Railroad Ave.

With over 60 food and farm booths, the Bellingham Farmers Market is the place to fill your basket with all things local! We provide the unique opportunity to buy direct from growers and producers in this region. In addition to the freshest in seasonal produce grown in Whatcom and Skagit Counties, our vendors offer bread, pasta, chocolate, olives, sea salt, beer, jam, honey, salsa, coffee, cheese, cakes, pies….. and the list goes on! During Market Walk, our Chef in the Market booth will feature chefs Sarah Chan, of Calypso Kitchen and Cinnamon Berg, of Cosmos Bistro, demonstrating recipes highlighting the different varieties of salad greens. Recipes and samples will be provided (11am, 11:30am, 12pm). Look for the blue canopy in front of the pavilion. In addition, look for balloons throughout the Market showing you the way to samples of everything from chocolate to vodka. End your trip with a stop by the Information Booth to pick up a farm fresh (temporary) tattoo to show off your love of local food!

 

TERRA Organic & Natural Foods
1530 Cornwall Ave.

TERRA is Whatcom County’s organic grocer and the anchor store in the Bellingham Public Market. The Market is also home to a variety of other great local businesses, including Electric Beet Juice Co, Ambo Ethiopian Cuisine, Makizushi, Wild Whisper Café, Living Earth Herbs, Film is Truth and Mt Baker Books.

 

The Bagelry
1319 Railroad Ave.

The Bagelry has been serving fresh, scratch made bagels and locally roasted coffee since 1984. We offer a wide variety of house made omelets, soups, sandwiches, spreads, deli salads, and desserts. Come sample our bagels while learning about the traditional New York style methods that we use.

 

Seifert & Jones Wine Merchants
19 Prospect St.

We will be pouring 3 wines that have something in common. It’s your job to try to figure out how they’re connected. Removing all the marketing hype, it comes down to just one thing: Do you like it? Tasting 12-4.

 

Photo Credit: Michelle M Waite

Pure Bliss Desserts
1424 Cornwall Avenue

Be sure to visit our from-scratch dessert shop!  From cakes by the slice to gourmet cookies, cookies and cheesecake, our broad selection can satisfy any dessert craving…including vegan and gluten free options.  Come by for a sample!

 

Old World Deli
1228 N. State St.

The quintessential deli experience, Old World Deli offers house-cured meats, house-made sausages, specialty foods like pastas, olive oils, salts, drinking vinegars, and let’s not forget the thoughtful wine selection. Stop by and sample our unique products!

 

Culture Cafe at Kombucha Town
210 E. Chestnut St.

The Culture Cafe is located in the historical Herald Building and is the signature tap house for Kombucha Town. The Cafe features craft cocktails, seasonal light fare, local art, and lively weekly events.

 

11th Hour Tea & Coffee
883 N State St.

11th Hour Tea & Coffee offers tea and superfood lattes, as well as seasonal iced tea and lattes. We also craft pour overs, batch brew and iced coffee drinks. Our menu offers a variety of ingredients suitable for any taste pallet. Join us in store and explore our 30+ variety of loose leaf teas of all kind.

 

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