Seeing as this week has given us single-digit wind chills, I’m going to go out on a limb and say that March is definitely not going out like a lamb this year.
But it is officially spring now, and this weekend is the final indoor Randolph Street Market of the winter (it moves outdoors starting in April).
To welcome the coming warmth, this month’s market has a “spring fling” theme: Shoppers who show up wearing an Easter bonnet get free entry. Plus, there will be Easter eggs hidden around the building containing prizes, such as season passes and “Market Bucks.”
As always, home décor vendors will be plentiful. There are some old favorites, including Vasso Kolias Vintage Textiles (the seller of this vintage whiskey serving tray). Among new ones, Le Parisien Apt. will offer vintage French prints and décor, and Creative Harmony will sells rustic furnishings.
For a cherry on top, Chef Homaro Cantu of iNG will be at the market doing demos, tastings, and a book signing. Hop to it!