Local Produce and Music come to the streets of California’s Smallest Town
The smallest incorporated town in California, Amador City will host a farmers market this summer Saturday evenings from 5 pm to 8 pm starting this Saturday, June 13. The market will offer the best of local produce with farm raised eggs, lavender and vegetables grown by Scott Oneto, a local master gardener who is farming seven acres. Sean Krilitch will bring organic vegetables to the mix and the organizers expect to add vendors as the season goes along.
Shoppers can dine at Buffalo Chips restaurant or grab a glass of wine at Feist Wines which will be open late all summer long. Feist will offer “farm to fork” small plates to add to the festivities.
“Access to local, fresh produce is important” says Susan Feist “Food that is appropriate seasonally, sustainably-sourced, and organic tastes better and is good for the eater and the producer.” Amador City is excited to provide a place for shoppers to come out and be part of the community, enjoy the evening and go home with delicious and healthy ingredients for the week.
Buffalo Chips restaurant is increasingly using seasonal ingredients and is helping support local farmers and ranchers who are dedicated to sustainable agriculture.
The market will coincide with Amador City’s third annual Dancing in the Streets, visitors can stock up on fresh foods and then head down the street for live music and dancing.