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stacyaz22 May 11, 2009 11:15 AM

Does any one have any experience with the Farmers Market at Los Abrigados? I believe it is called Red Rock Springs Farmers Market. I am planning a small (30-40 guests) wedding there in the fall and am wondering if the market would be a good source of flowers or fruits and vegetables to use as centerpieces and/or general decor. I would like to stay as local and organic as possible. Thanks for the input!

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    ratuetuate RE: stacyaz22 May 12, 2009 10:10 AM

    Having recently stayed in the village of Oak Creek, south of Sedona, I visited the Red Rock Springs Farmers Market at the Bell Rock Inn. I learned that both it and the farmers market next to Tlaquepaque are owned and operated by the owner of the Rock Springs Farmers Market in Black Canyon City north of Phoenix.

    It didn't appear that they do any floral, they had lots packaged speciality products - salsa, bbq sauces, jams, pickled vegetables and lots of fresh fruits and vegetables - can't tell you if they organic, but good value.

    As I stopped in several times I saw locals at the Bell Rock Inn market, prices and quality probably better than the only local market in that town.

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      dbug31 RE: ratuetuate May 18, 2009 12:50 PM

      Not to hijack this thread, but when does the Farmer's Market take place in Sedona?
      We'll be there next month & it would be great to visit since living in Las Vegas we lack such goodies.

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        Food Tourist RE: dbug31 Jun 7, 2009 07:40 AM

        The Farmer’s Market is at Los Abrigados, Los Abrigados Lodge in Uptown and at the Bell Rock Inn & Suites in the Village of Oak Creek, 928-203-8989, 9am-6pm, 7 days a week.
        (From the Sedona chamber of commerce website)

        I'm looking for a source of organic (affordable) and local groceries and specialities in Sedona area. Any suggestions for home cooking? How about a source of freshly roasted coffee beans? We're from Canada so any suggestions for where to buy "southwestern" unique food/beverages (including alcoholic) would be a bonus.

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