The Urban Farming Institute in downtown Oakland Park, the Culinary Arts District, is holding a weekly Farmers Market on Tuesdays from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m., through May. The Farmers Market will take place at the southwest corner of N. Dixie Highway and NE 38th Street with plenty of free and convenient parking at the site. And, on the first Tuesday of the month, featured will be The Farm to Chef Showcare, "an evening so exciting you can taste it".
What a great way to squeeze in some shopping for the busy Bison. And, it is right near the Funky Budda Brewery.
The focus of American culture over the last few decades has centered around one room in the home…The Kitchen. When you think Culinary Arts District, think of anything relating to a kitchen. Is this a restaurant or bar? Of course…We eat and drink in our kitchen and get new ideas for recipes. Could it be a knife store or flower shop? Absolutely… Your kitchen could include items from dishes, utensils, and furniture to items used to decorate your kitchen. Have you ever wanted an aquarium as a kitchen bar? The Culinary Arts District offers an aquarium store to fulfill your needs. And don’t forget to pick up a bottle of Olive Oil from Italy and stop to paint your own dishes or stemware.The vision for the Culinary Arts District began to become a reality with the addition of the Funky Buddha Brewery and the Urban Farm Park and plans continue to attract a Culinary School to locate their home in Downtown Oakland Park. The excitement is “brewing” and The City of Oakland Park is helping to prove that dreams really can become reality.Have you ever wanted to own your dream restaurant or gourmet food store? Look to the Downtown Oakland Park Culinary Arts District and see how your dream can become a reality!