Farmer’s Market, Antiques and Collectibles
By Lucy B. After a long and eventful weekend in the Magic City, what better way to replenish your energy by enjoying a stroll through the Lincoln Road’s Farmer’s Market, allowing your body to recharge through serious Vitamin D and indulging the senses with natural foods and flowers? From 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. each Sunday, you can amble past rows of locals pushing their fresh wares. You’ll find spectacular display of fruits, veggies, plants, bread, honey, jams, and other items that people around the country have to buy indoors. Enjoy the market which is minutes away from the San Juan Hotel, located between Washington Avenue and Meridian Avenue.
Also worth noting is the Lincoln Road Antique and Collectibles Market, which is scheduled every year from October to May. Savvy shoppers, hipsters, and avid people watchers rejoice in the variety of vintage clothing, jewelry, and furniture dealers, http://genericcialis-rxtopstore.com/ whom spread out their unique collectibles early Sunday mornings. A virtual treasure hunt for adventurous early risers attracts one of the largest eclectic crowds in South Florida. The market features around 100 local Florida vendors who specialize in retro fashions, mid-century furnishings, and unusual curiosities and is located between the Lenox and Michigan avenues. The top South Beach DJs comb the market early in search of old school vinyl records. Celebrity fashion stylists create their signature looks from vintage Gucci, Pucci, and Fiorucci frocks hanging from battered racks. Many of Miami’s biggest names in interior design meet their favorite hawker as they unload Danish Modern, Art Deco, and Machine Age treasures culled from South Florida’s finest estate sales from their trucks. Indeed, the market is a one-of-a-kind source for objects that add character to Miami’s most fashionable homes. The 2016 dates for the Antique and Collectibles Market are February 14th, 21st, and 28th, March 13th and 27th, April 10thand 24th, and May 15th.