Last Saturday I stopped by the Farmer's Market in downtown Phoenix while on my way to get coffee at Lola. This quick stop was definitely worth the extra time before my caffeine fix.
I first strolled around the walkways, some covered as to not burn us all from the hot Arizona sun, that lined the booths:
After my second loop around I spotted this cute booth that was selling boba tea, so I decided to splurge and get one before my coffee:
The lady at the booth told me that it was an english breakfast tea with hints of vanilla and cinnamon. Mmmm. Oh, and the boba was different colors so that was fun.
After I got my tea I sat down in front of the Phoenix Public Market and took in the view:
Did I mention that I was wearing this pretty headband that I bought at Second Friday's in downtown Mesa and an older lady stopped me so that she could look at it and figure out how she could make her own (she was a knitter too!).
If you live in the Phoenix area I highly suggest stopping by the Downtown Phoenix Saturday Public Market. They have tons of booths with everything from fresh veggies, to handmade crafts. Most of the booths are even set in a covered area so that you can shop and not be burned by the sun. Also, while you're down there don't forget to pick up a latte from Royal at the Market, which is located just inside the Phoenix Public Market. Their coffee is seriously the best!
Time for sleep? Maybe!