Visitors can enjoy an assortment of ready to be made food on the go as well. In addition to the great fresh food available at the Green Market, the downtown area as a whole has a lot of things you can do throughout the day, especially if you took the Brightline train north from Miami or Fort Lauderdale!
Looking for a little Saturday excitement?
Take a stroll or rent a SkyBike and head to CityPlace to enjoy the new “Culture Lab“, a cultural arts center that replaced the 100,000 square foot Macy’s retail store.
Why not take a tour with Palm Beach Segway Tours or visit the Norton Museum of Art, a few minutes south of downtown West Palm Beach. Take a walk on the waterfront and under the bridge for an interesting piece of art. Catchup with friends over a coffee or a croissant on the piers or any of the waterfront seating along the intercostal.
If you are hungry and would like to enjoy a meal outside, make sure to visit any one of the different Clematis Restaurants that offer curbside dining. Oh, and don’t forget about your dog – The West Palm Beach Green Market is dog friendly, just make sure they are on a short leash and bring some water, it sometimes gets hot in the Winter and Spring months!
Each week there are different live music events and fun free activities & entertainment for children. With over 90 Green Market vendors to visit, you can plan to spend a few hours on your Saturday walking around, mingling, tasting, and enjoying the sights, sounds, and “smells” of the downtown Green Market.
Every Saturday at the the WPB Green Market from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. through April 20, 2019.
See you on the West Palm Beach Waterfront!