Local, food-focused market opens in Garden City for second year


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From now until March 26, customers can shop a food-focused, indoor market in Garden City on Saturdays.

Eat, Drink, Shop – Garden City is back for a second year inside Powderhaus Brewing off of Chinden Blvd. The market consists of about 10 to 20 local vendors selling meat, vegetables, bread, fruit, honey, spices, and wine. Sellers include Potter Wines, Timber Butte Elk, Brooks Broth, and Compton Woodcraft. A news release for the market says that one vendor flies to Alaska every year to bring back fresh fish.

The market was formed by Chris Carlson of Potter Wines and Molly Mahoney of Molly’s Mills to offer shoppers local groceries in the winter, or off-season. The release states that third party sellers or contract sellers are not allowed to ensure customers deal directly with the people making the goods.  

“As a market in its infancy, Eat, Drink, Shop–Garden City does not have any major backers and depends on social media and word of mouth to spread the word,” the release said. “Vendors are all local small businesses and are all what are considered makers.”

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Vendors are located in the production area of Powderhaus Brewing. The release adds that as the weather improves, more vendors will be added to the parking lot.

Eat, Drink, Shop–Garden City is open every Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Autum Robertson - BoiseDev Reporter
Autum Robertson - BoiseDev Reporter
Autum Robertson is a BoiseDev reporter focused on Meridian and McCall. Contact her at [email protected].

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