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Vincent’s Farmers Market

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Junior Natalie Vitols selling a variety of produce at the Camelback Market

Junior Natalie Vitols selling a variety of produce at the Camelback Market

Maddie Dinowitz '19

Maddie Dinowitz '19

Junior Natalie Vitols selling a variety of produce at the Camelback Market

Maddie Dinowitz, Class Writer

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Sunday brunch is overrated, spending your Saturday morning at a farmer’s market sounds a lot better, doesn’t it? Come to Vincent’s Camelback Market every Saturday morning from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and get your fix of the best French food in Phoenix.

Open from October through May, the Camelback Market is full of different stations serving a variety of authentic French treats from Crepes to croissants, paninis, omelettes and big black pots of paella. Come for lunch or breakfast, they’re open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on 40th Street and Camelback. Not to mention this marketplace is staffed with a number of Brophy and Xavier students. From the produce station all the way back to the pizza bar, Vincent’s market hires a plethora of high schoolers to work the stands every Saturday morning. Buy some goodies in the back such as soap or honey, and stop to say hi to your friends! All of the goods are affordable and the atmosphere is warm and inviting, the perfect spot to spend your weekend. Junior Katherine Thomas says, “The market makes Phoenix feel like a smaller city with much more of a tight knit community feel. I love being able to enjoy the beautiful weather outside, amazing food, and friendly workers who happen to be many of my friends!”

My experience working there as a highschooler has been positive and quite rewarding. The community was so welcoming and the customers are even friendlier. It’s fun working at a place like a farmers market, because there’s a number of regulars who return weekly and get to know you. It’s a long day working, but the free delicious food and friends who work beside you make it all the better. Junior Bebe Katsenes tells from her own experience “I love working there because i get to work with a lot of my friends and am surrounded by really lovely people and amazing food!”

Find a good Saturday in the next few weeks and stop by Vincent’s market. Grab a cup of coffee and a croissant and say hi to a few friends.

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