With help from South District Councilman Chris Scanlon, the inaugural season of the South Buffalo Farmers' Market kicked off in June 2014, and this brand-new institution has already earned legions of rabid devotees among the local community. Every Sunday morning in season, an ample range of sellers — about 20 as of the present writing, but growing all the time — converge on Cazenovia Park offering up lots of locally-produced goodies. Of course visitors can choose from the usual array of farm-fresh produce, meats, eggs and dairy products, as well as delicious baked goods, fresh-cut flowers, honey, and locally-brewed coffee. But the South Buffalo Farmers Market also features such offbeat vendors as '''Chateau Buffalo''' with its craft wines and hard ciders, the locally-themed photography of '''John Angelo''', and handcrafted gifts from South Buffalo's own '''Buffalo Adore'''. Unique among local farmers' markets, the South Buffalo Market also has food trucks on hand so you can munch on a snack while shopping, and live bands perform in front of the Casino most days.
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South Buffalo Farmers' Market
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