Finally, A Farmer’s Market for Lazeabeds

There are a couple of great farmer’s markets in Alexandria, but nothing for those of us who hate greeting the day until it’s having a midlife crisis.  I slept through the Old Town Farmer’s Market (City Hall Plaza, 5-10:30am Saturdays) for a few months, and now I’ve moved I’ve been sleeping through the Del Ray Farmer’s Market (Oxford and Mt. Vernon, 8am-12 Saturdays).  As of last Wednesday, though, I have no more excuse to not get my fresh, local veggies.

The Upper King Street Farmer’s Market just opened up, Wednesdays 2-7pm at 1806 King St, which is right near that big metal hat sculpture in front of King St. Metro.  It’s open every Wednesday through October 29th, which is great, because that means Halloween is on a Friday this year.

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