When the South Perry District’s Thursday Market moved from the parking lots of The Shop and Grant Elementary in 2020, it was a way for vendors to spread out. But more vendors and more customers means that you can now find the Thursday Market at the east end of Grant Park each week from 3pm-7pm where E 10th Ave meets Perry Street.
In recent years, the Thursday Market has served as a launching point for businesses like Tamale Box and Revival Tea which have grown into year-round operations while offering a seasonal outpost for local brick-and-mortar businesses like Wanderlust Delicato, Gander & Ryegrass and Coeur d’Alene’s Bean & Pie. 2021 welcomes a new crop of vendors offering cotton candy, quail eggs and dog treats to supplement perennial personalities like Eileen from Ramstead Ranch, Mindy of Tea’s Company and the Sproule family of Full Bushel Farm.
A stroll through the Thursday Market along with a trip to neighborhood gems like Perry St. Brewing for a gold medal-winning beer, Casper Fry for some Nashville Hot Fried Chicken, or South Perry Pizza for a wood-fired pizza on freshly made dough, is sure to have you excited for another visit.
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