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Twice a month we drive to beautiful Greenville SC to shop for at the TD Saturday Market and to just walk around downtown. The market sells everything from cup of coffee too hard to find plants. The pasta is absolutely delicious and what a variety,...More
Enjoy a cup of coffee while shopping for fresh and organic fruits and vegetables. Always other things to up haste as well. My favorite is the fresh made pasta. Must get there early for that-it sells quickly. Great Saturday morning event on Main St.
Interesting collection of vendors selling fresh foods and vegetables. There is an assortment of other vendors and some live music. Taking a walk through town, taking in the falls and browsing the market is a nice way to start the day and to get some...More
I took my guest to see downtown and found this gem! Blocks of vendors with a wide variety of products. Some crafts, some house plants and lots of produce, meats and bakery items. Some stands had sold out of their products by 11A. Be sure...More
We take all our company here and they are impressed. It is a very nice market but they have the same vendors every week. It would be nice if they had a little more produce and some home made crafts too. I wish they had...More
I was really impressed with this market- we drove about an hour to get here and it was well worth the trip. They have organic and locally made food, fresh homemade pasta, breads, cheese, chocolates, plants and more. The vendors are so nice and the...More
Every Saturday from early May to late October the Main Street in downtown Greenville is closed to traffic to make way for a large Farmer's Market. From 8am to 12:00 pm the white tents hold items ranging from arts and crafts, to plants, to prepared...More
This market is INCREDIBLE!!! So many artisan vendors selling their high quality foods, art, produce, pickles, desserts, soaps, lotions, smoked trout, local krauts and kimchis, local artisan cheeses, local grass fed beef, pastures chicken, plants, flowers, fruit trees, artistic wood work, and more. Lots of...More
This Saturday Market is fabulous fun for all ages. You can buy local produce and handmade goods from local artisans. On a pretty day, you just can't beat this activity! Beware that this is a seasonal market, so closes in the fall and winter months.
Response from eloquacity1 | Reviewed this property |
Parking on the street can be tough to find but there are plenty of public parking garages that should suit. I like the Spring Street garage. Reminder: The market is not open year-round (website says May to October).