LoMo Market has long been on my to-share list with you all. Thus when Katie posted this on DSPoH earlier this week we thought we would share it here, too. LoMo Market brings healthy, local farmers’ goods close to you, with lots of opportunities to check it out. Convenience!
Have you checked out LoMo Market? I checked it out a few weeks ago and I might seriously campaign to bring it to my neighborhood. If you don’t know what LoMo Market is, think Farmers’ Market meets food truck. Awesome!
I will admit, I wasn’t sure what to expect when I drove up to their stop at Briar Chapel, but what I found was great! The inside of the truck is fitted with shelves, bins and refrigerator cases. The cases are filled with seasonal local produce and fabulous locally made foods, from Nello’s Sauce (delicious) to BeanPeace Coffee (fair trade beans locally roasted in Durham) to Cottage Lane Kitchen’s Spicy Pepper Relish and Huntington Kitchen’s granola, you can find everything you need. In fact, you can find everything from baked goods (hello, Scratch!) to meat from Firsthand Foods (formerly Farmhand Foods) and dairy from Chapel Hill Creamery. For the full list of vendors, click
Now, paying. I went with cash, but you don’t have to. They take credit cards. Really, could they make life any easier?
So, how do you figure out where they will be on any given day? Want to know what they have on the truck on the day you want to visit? Check out their website. They’ve got all the information you need, and chances are, they have a stop near you!
If you love going local, you’ve got to give LoMo Market a try!
Services all areas of the Triangle (check out their website for weekly schedule).
By the way, we’ve been nominated again for a Triangle Moms on Main Choice Award! I am so thrilled and touched and honored. And if you want to vote head here.
Don’t forget to enter the giveaway for a chance to win a Family Pass (for 4 individuals) to the Museum of Life+Science. We’re giving away TWO passes so that means TWO lucky families. You could be one!