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Teresa Trumble Thomas
· January 6, 2018
Love the green market! Especially LOVE the current location - over by the stage. Wish it could be there all winter! It is so much more cozy and the tables set up in the middle of the food vendors with... the live music (that you can hear so much better there) is just perfection. See More
Linda Sue Dingel
· October 28, 2017
For a “Market” with over 50 stands, and only ONE Vegetable stand to choose from, this is the biggest joke of a “Green” Market I’ve ever seen ! It’s more like a Fair than a Market. Very disappointing.... Someone please show me the way to a TRUE Farmer’s Market. Thank You !! See More
Debra CanoAndrade
· November 26, 2017
We enjoy browsing the different vendors..we mainly go for the fresh fish selection & fresh fruits & veggies...
We've also purchased some wonderful honey as well as some flavorful spices & assorted teas 😊
Adriana Ferlaino
· December 30, 2017
First time there ! We loved it from the fresh mozerella cheese to starz bakery ... awesome !
Steve Marcus
· February 11, 2018
It's a nice little market however I wish they had more Bakery type vendors with homemade cookies and cakes.
Vannessa Grant Cineus
· January 14, 2018
Love the market, in there every can run and play..
Marlene Nahama Kiraly
· January 28, 2018
I love it here they have everything you can imagine and more.
Liz Maderic
· January 28, 2018
First time there and won’t be my last! I loved it! So wholesome 👌
Diane Feen
· March 15, 2017
The BEST place to buy fresh food, listen to fantastic music and enjoy a simple day in the Park in Delray Beach. The Green Market in Delray Beach is like being back in the good old days. It's laughs an...d smiles with great vibes and wonderful music.
You must go - if only to get some home grown tomatoes and a fresh bunch of laughs.
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Bill Bathurst
· November 18, 2017
I love the Greenmarket! come visit and you will see why
Judy Musicant Joel
· January 23, 2016
It's always a pleasure strolling the market with live music accompanying you.
I love to browse and buy beautiful handmade eats, flowers, cheese, teas, olive oils, fresh smoothies, soaps and fresh fru...its and vegetables not typically found in the supermarkets. The vendors are friendly and proud of their goods as they give you samples.
I also enjoy browsing with and at the people of Delray. They are a friendly group and they have the most beautiful/cutest dogs.
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Karen Fragola Dejong
· February 5, 2017
I love the idea and the vendors but for a local market most of the prices are very expensive. Still like Going to walk around but it's disappointing when you have to pay $4 for a croissant & $20 for a... half pound of cheese. See More
Cindy Adoniz Paulits
· September 22, 2015
We love this market and visit every week. It was such a delight, as locals, to continue through the summer. My only request is an organic produce vendor. We still have to go to a store to get all of o...ur produce. Would be happy to buy it here instead. Love the smoothies, Indian, empanadas, gluten-free, raw chocolate, pickles, granola, and dog treats! The music is a nice touch! See More
Cathy VerSchneider
· May 16, 2016
I bicycled from Boynton Beach and was told by a bicycle rental concession that I could not use the public bicycle rack at the southeast corner of the square. Well, I don't need to go to the green mar...ket either!!! Concessions do not have the right to comandeer public facilities. Whoever oversees the green market must make this clear to the bicycle rental concession!!! See More
Karolina Kuskowska Sutherland
· February 19, 2017
We try and come every weekend, we get our veggies for the week, we eat delicious açai bowls, our puppies mingle with other furry friends and we enjoy Florida's glorious weather! #delraybeachisparadise
Lauren Wetendorf
· July 11, 2015
I love Loic Autret bakery!!
The kalamata olive bread is amazing. I couldn't finish it all in one sitting, so I sliced it up and froze it. Last night (2weeks later) I pulled a few slices from the, toasted them and drizzled olive oil on them and they were fabulous! See More
Leon Alcivar
· December 4, 2016
Small quaint green market all you really need veg,bread seafood, chocolate, more bread,salsa,guacamole, paella,jam,perserves,orchids,even a chiropractor. I am sure I am missing many things. But reall...y great way to spend a Saturday morning See More
Bari Magnetta
· February 12, 2017
Great place for local food and vendors. Nice to enjoy the sunshine and music. Needs more water/drinks available so bring your own!
Roanna Zee
· January 16, 2016
Not only is it a perfect location for a market but there's a great variety of vendors too. Loads of yummy food. A good cross section of multi-cultural cuisines. This made our day, really!
Judith St-Pierre
· December 16, 2015
First of, way too expensive! $4 for a mango? I must say though, some of the baked goods are delicious
Secondly, I am terrified of dogs. Big breeds. Large dogs. They're everywhere, touching ...your legs, sniffing you, dogs dogs everywhere. You really have to be an animal lover to go there. Even though the dogs are on leashes, means nothing to me. They still scare me, I'm still afraid. See More
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Delray Beach Mayor Woodie McDuffie pardons Thomas the Turkey, just in time for Thanksgiving!
Here comes the parade! There's still time to join us at the 16th Annual Easter Bonnet Pet Parade. The judging takes place in front of the Cornell Museum.

Blues Crusaders were in the house on Saturday 💙

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Get fresh at the Delray GreenMarket, every Saturday 9 to 2pm 💚

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Chef Aurora's Mexican Kitchen recipe for Corvina fish with Mole sauce from last Saturday's Chef Showcase cooking demonstration 💚

1lb. Corvina fish - Independent Seafood
1 small jar mole paste - Aurora's Mexican Kitchen
3/4 cup water...
4-6 ears of corn on the cob - any of the farm stands
3 tbsp chopped onion - Jerry's Here
3 tblsp olive oil - Bistro Blends
1 tsp salt - AB's Gourmet
2 tblsp toasted sesame seeds

Dilute the mole paste with the water and cook on low heat for at least 10 minutes; Cut corn off cob and set aside; In a hot skillet add 1 tblsp of olive oil, Add the chopped onion and cook on medium heat until translucent; Add the corn and cook for 10 minutes; set aside.

Add salt to both sides of the fish; in a hot skillet add olive oil and fish; cook for about 7 minutes and turn, cook another 7 minutes or until done (do not overcook). Place the corn on a serving platter, add the fish and the mole sauce and sprinkle with toasted sesame seeds.

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Check out the nice article on the GreenMarket in this month's Atlantic Ave Magazine 💚…/…/february-2018

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Jimca and carambola fruit salad recipe, cubed jimca, thinly sliced carambol (starfruit) fresh squeezed lime juice, dash of sea salt, make it now while carambola is in season 💚

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Here comes the sun...🌻

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Follow our new signs to the GreenMarket tent for our Chef Showcase, Auroras Kitchen will shop for the freshest market ingredients and demonstrate how to make fresh salmon with mole sauce and a Jimca fruit salad, sampling required, 10am to noon 💚💚

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Our featured chef this week for the GreenMarket Chef Showcase is Aurora Garcia. Aurora first learned to cook watching her grandmother, Amparo Martinez Martinez, make tortillas, mole, and chocolate in Tehuitzingo, a small town in southern Mexico. In 2003, Aurora earned a diploma in Culinary...
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City of Delray Beach, Florida Government

You got SERVED! The City has partnered with the Delray Beach Open to offer complimentary tickets to each of the tournament's 17 sessions. 100 tickets per sessio...n will be offered to the general public starting on February 16 at POMPEY PARK RECREATION CENTER on a first-come, first-served basis. LEARN MORE: #DelrayBeach #DelrayOpen Delray Beach Parks & Recreation Delray Beach Police DepartmentDelray Beach Downtown Development AuthorityDelray Beach Community Redevelopment Agency 🎾

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