$14 for $31 Worth of Food, Drinks, and Music at HOPE Farmers Market

East Cesar Chavez, Austin

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In a Nutshell

  • Support local farmers
  • Local and organic produce
  • Fun summer activity

The Fine Print

Expires Sep 30th, 2010. Limit 2 per person. Some items subject to availability, arrive early for best selection. Not valid toward alcohol. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Stylishly and sustainably lug rutabagas, relish, and radishes to children's soccer games with today's side deal: for $14, you get a variety of vouchers and values for the HOPE Farmers Market. Upon redemption, you'll receive two $5 food vouchers (redeemable for any vendor), a $5 voucher for East Side Show Room, a $5 voucher for cold or hot coffee drinks at Mundi, a $3 voucher for a hot or iced drink from the SESA Trolley Cafe, and an $8 voucher for the HOPE Booth, where you'll get a free copy of the new 2010 HOPE Campaign Tribute Album, featuring musical musings from 15 artists, including Blues Traveler, Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros, and Chrysta Bell. Also inside are exclusive discounts for various vendors—with items including fresh tomatoes, organic soap, recycled wine glasses, bison meat, cowboy boots, greeting cards, compost kits, and more—and a shopping checklist.

Located downtown on the corner of East Fifth and Waller Street, the market comes recommended by the Austin Chronicle and features fresh, local, organic produce, prepared foods, locally raised meats, and handmade goods from a long list of vendors. In addition to being eco-friendly, you'll support the community and expand your culinary skills beyond can openers and microwaves. Working with fresh, delicious produce from HOPE Farmers Market will motivate aspiring foodies to get creative in the kitchen.

Reviews

Nine Yelpers give HOPE Farmers Market an average rating of 3.5 stars:

  • Every vendor I talked to was extremely nice, and there was a nice range of items. – Kwan I.
  • You are greeted by vendors who have already cooked and prepared food for you, like breakfast patties, soups, and teas. – Elissa R.

All Locations

  • Pine Street Station

    414 Waller St.

    Austin, Texas 78702

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