WindsorEats is officially launching their Sunday Morning Mini Market this weekend in Via Italia.
Located at 400 Erie St. E., the mini market will offer guests another option in addition to the hugely successful and popular Downtown Windsor Farmers Market and Amherstburg Farmers Market, which are held on Saturdays.
To help you with what to expect at the Sunday Morning Mini Market, we’ve created this mini guide with what’s happening on the opening weekend.
WHAT ARE THE HOURS OF OPERATION
The market doors open at 9am and will run until 1pm. The WindsorEats space as a whole will be open until 8pm for food and drinks.
WHO ARE THE VENDORS
We tried to check off all the essentials being available on our first vendor list. Here’s a look at who will be available and what they’ll be offering.
Renaud Line Market will be offering up a wide variety of fruits and vegetables, including cucumbers tomatoes, lettuce, bell peppers, strawberries, radishes, apples, and more. They will also have local honey and sauces available.
Steve Green Foods is setting up with all their beef, pork, lamb, chicken, and wild boar cuts that are sourced from small scale Ontario farmers committed to traditional animal husbandry.
The century old Blak’s Bakery is baking breads, buns, pastries and donuts to serve to mini market goers.
Canada’s first-of-its-kind hyper-local farm store, Ortaliza Urban Farms, will be selling a variety of their same-day harvested microgreens that they grow in their downtown Kingsville location.
You can’t have a market without tasty treats to eat on site, so Sweet Revenge Bake Shop will be set up selling French macarons, sugar cookies, brownies, and banana bread.
IT’S A FULLY LICENSED MARKET
You read that right! Do some shopping, sit at a table and enjoy some mimosas, Caesars, margaritas or whatever else you’d like. Lunch service will begin at 12pm.
We’ll also have some of the best tasting non-alcoholic beer and cocktails around to enjoy.
A BOTTLE SHOP WILL BE OPEN FOR TAKE HOME BEVERAGES
Because we’re licensed, you’ll be able to take home some of the beers on our menu. We select beers from across the province that you can’t get at the LCBO and are constantly changing them up each week.