Scenes from Findlay Market
This past Saturday, Jeff and I went down to Findlay Market, one of my favorite places in Cincinnati. I used to go almost weekly for fresh meat, cheese, and produce, but busy summer weekends have kept me away and I’ve fallen out of the habit.
Findlay Market, located just north of downtown in the Over-the-Rhine neighborhood, is one of Cincinnati’s finest and oldest institutions. Founded in 1852, it is the oldest continuously running public market in the state. It’s also home to a thriving weekend farmer’s market from April-November. I love the diversity of people, food, craft, and culture that all come together in this one place.
If you come visit us on a beautiful weekend, chances are high that we’ll take you down to Findlay.
Farmer’s market shed:
Best. Waffles. Ever. The crepes are pretty good too:
First day for seasonal pumpkin waffles – absolutely amazing:
Jeff’s delicious gyro from Areti’s Gyros – there’s a good reason the line is always long:
Heavenly gelato and sorbetto:
Mmmm… pumpkin and dutch chocolate gelato:
Floor tile mosaic in the middle of the market house:
Cheese, glorious cheese!
Gibb’s is my favorite place for cheese in the city:
Can’t forget about local farm-fresh eggs and butter: