Buenos Aires Market, the largest outdoor market in Buenos Aires, is dedicated to bringing food from the farm to the table. Held during one weekend of every month, the principal producers of Argentine organic products meet in one location to sell their products.
This is a great event for anyone interested in organic food, but especially for those vegetarian foodies who are looking to break the mold of day-to-day grazing and try some delicious new food. Last month I tried gluten free alfajores and apple pie, which were both amazing!
So, what exactly is available at the Buenos Aires Market?
This outdoor event houses over 60 gazebos with producers that offer the following items:
Oils Non Alcoholic Beverages Grains and cereals
Spices Dried fruits Fruits & Vegetables
Deli items Gourmet food items Flour
Mushrooms Infusions Legumes
Dairy products Baked goods Marmalades & sweets
Pastas Gastronomic flowers Aromatic plants
Snacks Celiac friendly products Fresh breads
The Buenos Aires Market is for people of all ages. All you need is a pair of walking shoes and an appetite. And the best part is that you can munch while you shop. There are tons of stands available with organic and vegetarian food made to order. Also, if you have a little extra free time, you can take a free cooking class.
Entrance to the Buenos Aires Market is free and food is purchased with cash only. To get a glimpse of this popular market in action, check out the video below!
To find out more information about the Buenos Aires Market, and to see where the upcoming monthly edition of the market will be held, visit the website here.