Visit Pybus Public Market, A Uniquely Impressive Farmers Market In Washington
When it comes to farmers markets, we’re pretty spoiled here in Washington. In fact, our biggest public market, Seattle’s Pike Place, is world famous. But many Washingtonians don’t know that there’s an amazing market in Wenatchee, an agricultural mecca, that is just as good. And it’s definitely worth visiting.
Pybus Public Market opened for business in May of 2013 with the goal of being a destination where people gather for the best local food, goods and services.
So what will you find here? The question is, what won't you find?
The market carries the best artisan and ethnic products, locally grown fruits and vegetables, Washington wines, meats, flowers, oils, nuts, pastries and freshly-made, prepared foods from some of the best restaurants in the entire state. It's a true mecca for foodies.
The market is also a community gathering spot, offering event space and live music on Fridays.
Their Friday Night Music sessions feature some of the best local artists.
You can shop for groceries, taste wine and enjoy a meal at the bistro while you're here.
Talk about one stop shopping.
The market is open 362 days a year, so you'll have plenty of opportunities to visit.
They're open 7 days a week from 8 AM until 9 PM.
The Pybus Public Market is amazing.
The next time you're in Wenatchee, stop by and see for yourself.
The Pybus Public Market is a locally loved gem.
Click here for a list of some other excellent Washington Farmers Markets.
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