The Fullerton Market is back in the heart of downtown until October 27 for their 25th year anniversary.
Thursday evenings in Fullerton have become the time for college students, couples and families to go out and enjoy an evening of live entertainment, food, fresh produce, wine and beer.
Up and running since early April, the energy of the market is contagious. You can enjoy the evening as the sunset starts to set, and the end of summer temperatures start to drop.
There are a handful of vendors as well as a kid zone that includes a face painting station and the chance to ride a mini train around the park area. Pets are welcome too!
For the second year in a row, “Sunny Cal”, has taken center stage at the market. They are known for their variety of nuts, dried fruit, and pomegranate juice and can be found every Thursday until the week before Halloween.
The chile and lime almonds are a major hit.
“The flavors of these almonds are just…amazing, wow!” a patron at the market said.
“No salt added, just a the mixture of lime and chile,” vendor of Sunny Cal said, “It gives them just the perfect kick to be a tasty, yet healthy snack.”
Food isn’t the only thing you’ll find at the market, “Jules’ Vault” is another vendor to catch the attention of many, where patrons have the opportunity to hop directly from an on-the-go closet.
Located at the end of the market, visitors are able to shop for a variety of dresses, tees, jeans, shoes and accessories.
Not only do attendees get the chance to shop, but also to book the truck. “You are able to reserve a day for me to come down to your house and you can invite your girls and are able to shop without having to get ready to go out,” Jules, owner of the Vault said, “If you’re over 21 I’ll even bring a wine bottle no charge.”
Whether you’re looking to walk around, eat, drink, shop or listen to music, the Fullerton Market is the perfect way to spend your Thursday evenings. Located in The Fullerton Town Plaza in between Harbor Boulevard and Pomona Avenue, the market is open from 4 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.