Ybor City Saturday Market at Centennial Park

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Corner of N 19th St and E 8th Av. , Ybor City, FL, USA

Ybor City Saturday Market at Centennial Park Reviews

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Ybor City Saturday Market at Centennial Park Aug 31, 2013
Every Saturday, year-round, rain or shine the Ybor City Saturday Market starts at 9AM in the historic Ybor City's Centennial Park-is mostly brick surrounded by shaded trees and benches at Corner of N 19th St and E 8th Av. There is a statue of an immigrant family representing the Spanish, Cuban, and Italian ancestors. You'll find arts & crafts, ornamental plants, prepared foods, orchids, photography, artwork, jewelry, woodworking, gourmet foods & sauces bath and body products, candles, and so much more!!pet treats, fresh baked bread, and locally produced products, such as organic honey and specialty jellies from Hillsborough County.

This is what I bought today

1-loaf of onion garlic bread

1-loaf of rustic tomato

1-bag of Lutz Nutz Awesome oats granola

1-¼ watermelon

1-canalope

1-pineapple

1-joey biscotti lemon tart

1-orchard

1-green the Ybor City Saturday Market carry bag

If you are in Tampa on a Saturday morning give me a shout & we’ll go to the market & afterwards I’ll buy you a cup of cuban coffee & take a walk around Ybor City.
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I bought one each of the Big ones
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shirlan says:
Hi there. Sounds like a great time.
Maybe one day I will be lucky enough to check it out. :)
Posted on: Aug 31, 2013
maannisa says:
Congrats on the feature, very nice blog!!
Posted on: Aug 30, 2009
sweetsummerdaiz says:
Really cool blog...... and now I'm hungry! Congrats on the feature.
Posted on: Aug 30, 2009
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