We love Jan Power's Farmers Markets and so should you. Why?
Lindy Duong | On 26, Jul 2016
What is there to do during the week while you wait for the weekend you ask? We’ve fallen in love with Jan Power’s Farmers Markets in the CBD and here’s why.
When the city awakens, so does the opening of something great every Wednesday. There’s no better way to start your morning off differently in the city than to head over to Jan Power’s Farmers Markets.
We particularly enjoy strolling through the soft morning crowd and picking the fresh fruits and vegetables, deliberately within a few meters walk. The seasonal produce blush you with the colours of spring amongst the many stalls you’ll find.
Jan Power’s Farmers Markets stalls, while providing local food, also sources organics, nuts, patisserie and plants.
One thing we know, food is life and so is the lifestyle of this market. In almost every few steps, you can find a ready made treat, freshly baked bagels from The Bagel Boys, something sweet like hot cinnamon donuts and our favourite sizzling German sausages.
The freshly squeezed juices is another thing to keep us loving this market and also the aroma of the local plants and flowers.
The special part to Jan Power’s Farmers Markets? Is the authenticity of the foods and the feeling of a social community contrasting against the typical busy Brisbane CBD lifestyle.
Each food stall holds a story from the person serving you, from how their treats are made, baked or bottled providing an interesting way to experience what you buy and eat. You are really getting something special and local from Queensland producers.
- Brisbane Powerhouse Markets: Every Saturday 6AM-12PM
- Manly Farmers Markets: Every 1st & 3rd Saturday 6AM-12PM
- Mitchelton Markets: Every 1st Sunday of the month 6AM-12PM
So drop in for a chat, fill your fridge with pops of colour, flavourful goodness and be the envy of everyone at work.
What: Jan Power’s Farmers Markets
Where: George St end of the Queen Street Mall, Brisbane CBD
When: Every Wednesday 8AM to 6PM
How Much: Free Entry
Image credits: Brisbane Power House, Jan Power’s Farmers Market