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The Earth Fair Food and Shopping Market is open for visitors
Indulge in Mexican nachos, German sausages, gooey brownies and more
The Earth Fair Food and Shopping Market is back, and its stalls are lined with bright and crisp veggies, fresh fish and pasture-reared meat, handmade cheeses, honey, and second-hand books. You can also treat yourself to Mexican nachos, German sausages, fresh baked brownies and more.
INDULGE IN GREAT FOOD AND SOMETHING EXTRA
The hard part of visiting the Earth Fair Food and Shopping Market is choosing which delicious meal to eat over the rest. It's a market that really has it all. You could indulge in a freshly baked croissant from The Bread Baker Extraordinaire and sip on a zesty fruit juice from Dr Juice.
Make sure you look out for the market's most popular vendor, Cannabliss. They stock a range of products you can test out at their stall. Treat your lips to CBD-infused balm. Try Cannabliss arnica rub or CBD body butter, or buy your pup CBD-infused dog treats.
STAY IN FOR A GOOD MEAL
If you don't want to venture too far from home, but you’re craving market food, takeaways are on offer for collection. Order in the classic cheeseburger with fries from The Diner and add on a chocolate brownie from La Petite Moo for dessert. Try Alta Gracia's cheesy nachos or Vegan Nosh's falafel hummus pita.
All orders are processed on Wednesdays so make sure you get yours in online via earthfairmarket.co.za.
If you want to discover a treasure trove of collectable items, have a look around the Milnerton Flea Market.
Take your weekend adventure plans up a notch and walk through the beautiful Cape Point Vineyards.
Tick off all the new reopened markets from your list and explore all the Sunday markets in and around Cape Town
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