A great little gem in the middle of a bustling suburban town, this farmers’ market provides a wider variety of produce you could ever find compared to a grocery store. Stretching about two-to-three blocks long, the place will most likely not disappoint, as you will most likely find what you come to look for and more, blood oranges to the more uncommon items like purple carrots that stain your mouth and fingers purple. Stand owners and workers for the most part present themselves as extremely friendly and approachable. They more than welcome to explain their more uncommon produce. Extremely crowded at peak times during the day (typically every two hours), it becomes difficult at times to walk from vendor to vendor, having to part the sea of people. People who go to buy things from the vendors seem extremely friendly as well, chatting with other people as if the farmers’ market was a local gathering of the neighbors up –and-down the street. Often times these people will have brought their children to walk around and teach them different types of fruits and vegetables. The atmosphere at this farmers’ market provide a feeling of stepping into a whole different place altogether. People who sit behind stands playing the banjo, sometimes to grab the attention of people toward their eco-friendly program, while a single older gentleman with a microphone plays into pipes. There also, presents an interesting contrast with the busyness of the main road of El Camino Real and all its cars, and almost at times feels like stepping into a different part of the city altogether. Overall, an excellent location to shop for produce with a wide variety of selections, friendly and approachable vendor workers, a very soothing and welcoming atmosphere, and a good buzz of life among the number of adults and children that come to gather.