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Apples, Coffee, Music, and Flying Cows

Now that it is March and spring is only days away, Rochesterians are thawing out in record numbers.  Best place to be on the weekend – our Public Market on Union Street.  Since 1905 the Rochester public market has provided our community with fresh produce, delicacies, ethnic delights, and a big city feel. Besides snagging amazing deals and spying interesting folks, I got some great photos I thought you might enjoy.

First stop: Boulder for fresh roasted coffee beans and cappuccino.

We timed it just right to hear good music.

Next stop: pastries and fresh bread at Union Street Bakery.

Stocked up on blueberries, apples, and oranges.

More music-wait, is that Bob Marley?

Always get at least one empanada.

As promised, the flying cow.

By Kathy

I am a Nurse Practitioner from Rochester, NY presently working in both the inpatient and outpatient hospital psychiatric settings.

2 replies on “Apples, Coffee, Music, and Flying Cows”

Looks like a fun day. I only went to that market once on a cold damp day at the end of the open hours…not the best time ! Maybe this year Tony and I will check it out again.

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