Downtown Apex has been booming lately. A walk down the North Salem Street “main drag” will take shoppers by a book store, boutiques, art galleries, numerous dining establishments and the Apex Farmers’ Market on Saturday.
Situated in the lot in front of the Apex Chamber of Commerce (an area known as “The Depot”, symbolized by the nearby caboose), farmers, crafters and ready-made food items await weekly market shoppers. The week I visited the market, I sampled some delicious sweet potato pie from Mommo’s, purchased some seasonal produce from Lyon Farms, and admired the textile crafts of Absolutely Amie. Barbeque fans will delight in the intoxicating aromas emanating from the bright yellow RedEye Barbeque truck too.
If you live in Apex and have never been to the Apex Farmers’ Market, I think this may be the Saturday you need to pay them a visit for local produce, meat and perhaps some NC sweet potato pie for dessert. 😉
Market Info: 9 am to 2pm each Saturday at the Chamber of Commerce lot in downtown Apex, April through November.
During Winter, the market moves indoors to Beaver Creek Community Center every other Saturday, 10 am to 3 pm.
Shoppers will find ample (free) street parking or in nearby parking lots.
This market is convenient to residents of Apex and Cary.
Visit the market website for more information about this market and its vendors.
Find them on Facebook to stay current on market events.