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7:00 AM - 3:00 PM
315 Detroit St.
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
With over 100 vendors at the Ann Arbors Market, we are excited to highlight a different set of vendors each month!
Birdie’s Something Chocolate is a Michigan based wholesale dessert company which provides a high end chocolate product used by caterers, restaurants, country clubs and bakeries. An ingenious original recipe combines the best of European chocolate with an indescribable texture, which results in a dessert that can be used in an unlimited number of creative ways. Purchase frozen in 18 lb 10 oz buckets (for food service) or for the home cook, it is available in a tub of thirteen 1 oz cups, a 32 oz tub, or a 1 lb tub. Great gift for any occasion! Try sample cups when you come to the market.
Carpenters Farm and Greenhouse uses no spray, all natural methods to grow their vegetables. Although not certified, they follow organic practices. Their specialty is hydroponic tomatoes but you can find a wide variety of produce at their stand.
Pat and Ralph Devulder operate Devulder’s Farm out of Grass Lake, MI. This November decorate your home with their Christmas greens, gourds, sweet annie, baskets, and broom corn. In the summer, they have produce, cut flowers and a large variety of herbs.
There’s no doubt John Harnois raises happy birds. He sells chicken, duck, and goose eggs along with chickens, ducks, guineas, and geese. Make your holidays special with one of his Thanksgiving or Christmas turkeys. Winter and summer, you can find him along the Kerrytown aisle at market.
Customers can enjoy a taste of some authentic Mediterranean Cuisine when they visit Ferial Rewoldt’s booth Humus Falafil. She began by selling hummus and falafel sandwiches, but has expanded her menu to tea, garlic dip, baklava, lentil soup, tabbouleh, and more. We can’t wait to see what’s next!
We love Mindo’s small batch bean-to-bar chocolate, handmade in Dexter, Michigan. These chocolate makers purchase cocoa beans from cocoa farmers in Ecuador and turn them into delicious chocolate bars and treats. Try their many flavors: vanilla, pure chocolate, cinnamon, coffee toffee, hot pepper, and more.
The Schwartz Family is an Amish family that sell fry pies, eggs, veggies, and fresh homemade pasta year round at the market. The whole family is involved and take turns selling at market, so you may get to know them all if you stop by. We especially recommend the fry pies for a morning treat!
Sherry Toni is a long time market vendor who has been bringing her cakes and pies to market for over 36 years. Snack on one of her “pie bites” or try a large blueberry, cherry, or sweet potato pie for the whole family – she has it all.
Susie the Pierogi Lady sells pierogis, kielbasa and Polish food from Srodeks, a second generation business that is located in Hamtramck. Pierogis means dumplings in English. They started with two pierogis and now have over forty (Susie LOVES pierogis!) Products are made fresh daily.
Deb Marx has had a love of stones since she was a child collecting and tumbling stones with her family. Her simple designs are executed with strict attention to craftsmanship and detail resulting in a crisp and elegant line of jewelry. You can find her at market most Saturdays and Wednesdays.
Tina Koski has been coming to market for 60 years and does everything on the farm herself. She has an amazing selection of peppers and other vegetables. Look for her centerpiece baskets of fresh cut greens with candles for Advent, Thanksgiving, and Christmas.
Check back each month for a new set of vendors!
May - October
5:00 - 8:00 PM
Trucks, carts and other local vendors will be on site. Bring a chair, a friend and get ready for some tasty eats and live music.
See you next Spring!
Check the events calendar for all the current happenings at the market…
Kids activities, food demos, live music & more!
315 Detroit St. Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Bike racks are located at the edges of the market along Detroit Street.
There are several public parking lots and garages within walking distance of the market. Parking garages are located at Ann and Ashley and 4th and Washington streets. Metered parking is available at 4th and Catherine, Ann and Main, and 1st and Huron streets.
The market is just four blocks from the Blake Transit Center (stops for routes 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 12A,12B, 15 and 16).