Support Local at Little Italy’s Mercato Farmers Markets
Oct 02, 2018
Explore the lively Little Italy neighborhood surrounding Savina by Bosa’s new luxury condominiums by taking a leisurely stroll through the Little Italy Mercato Farmers Market every Saturday from 8am – 2pm or stop by the new Little Italy Wednesday Market for a mid-week pick me up. Make the most of the experience by indulging in locally sourced items while enjoying the best that Little Italy has to offer!
Home to some of the most dynamic food and drink options in San Diego, Little Italy has been a flourishing neighborhood packed with renowned restaurants, art galleries, and beautiful construction. Savina’s new high-rise condominium in Little Italy boosts walkability to some of San Diego’s signature dining destinations, such as Herb & Wood, Kettner Exchange, and Ballast Point Brewery.
Just in time for fall, Little Italy announced the addition of a brand new year-round weekly Farmers Market on Wednesdays from 9am – 1pm in honor of the recent construction in Little Italy of the Piazza della Famiglia. The Little Italy Wednesday Market was created to be the destination “where the chefs shop,” providing local chefs and restaurants a mid-week market to give them plenty of time to shop for local produce and ingredients to craft their menu specials for the upcoming weekend.
The newest addition to Little Italy occupies three blocks with Little Italy San Diego creating the perfect backdrop. Shoppers will also be able to enjoy live entertainment on select street corners—adding to the authentic Italian ambience of the Little Italy atmosphere.
Little Italy welcomes thousands of residents and visitors of San Diego by providing another opportunity to shop local and support local farmers and foodmakers. The market offers a selection of farm fresh produce, flowers, gourmet goods, and other locally sourced options brought to the neighborhood by California farmers, fisherman and artisan foodmakers.
“The Little Italy Farmer’s Market is great! I like to start on the east-end of Date Street and walk through the Piazza towards the waterfront,” said Carly Dickter, Property Specialist at Savina by Bosa. “A few of my favorite things to get along way include an iced mint coffee from Bump Coffee, something sweet like a pastry or croissant, and there are always great deals on fresh flowers. Sometimes I don’t buy anything at all - it’s just a great excuse to get outside and soak in some sunshine and fresh air!”
Enjoy #SavinaLiving by strolling through the Little Italy Mercato Farmers Market and indulging in the fresh fall produce and modern real estate in Little Italy! Vendors change weekly to promise guests one-of-a-kind experiences so be sure to follow us on Facebook and Instagram for the latest offerings at the Little Italy Mercato!