This is what it feels like to love where you live—at The Flats and Flats West luxury apartments in beautiful, sun-soaked Sunnyvale. Nestled in the heart of Silicon Valley, Sunnyvale has an unbeatable location and an endless list of exciting things to do and see. And one of the biggest perks to living just steps from historic Murphy Avenue and Cityline is the Sunnyvale Farmers’ Market.
Open year-round every Saturday from 9 AM to 1 PM., the Sunnyvale Farmers’ Market (located between Washington Avenue and the CalTrain station) is the perfect way to start your weekend. Not only will you find the most amazing warm croissants to nibble on as you weave your way through the vendors, but you’ll feel good knowing you are supporting hard-working local growers and artisans. There’s something for everyone—locally grown fruits and veggies, grass-fed beef, freshly baked bread, hand-crafted housewares, and more.
A Foodie Paradise
So where do you start? Just follow your nose—it will lead you to baked goods, hot breakfast items, freshly roasted coffee, chocolate, an endless variety of cheeses, and that’s just the beginning. Check out the food trucks with tantalizing, freshly prepared hot foods. And once you’ve stuffed yourself on scones, jam samples, dates, and a pungent cheese that you can’t pronounce the name of but is your new favorite, pull out your reusable shopping bags and let the serious shopping begin. Load up on crisp, bright, and colorful fruits and vegetables, organic chicken, and a loaf of cinnamon raisin bread perfect for morning toast.
Art and Music
Local artisans and even live musicians add to the relaxed, chill atmosphere. Finding a unique, handmade gift for yourself or a friend is no problem—choosing between the expansive array of jewelry, accessories, soaps, candles, and more is a problem. Snag a honey and oatmeal-infused soap for Mom and one for yourself! And maybe that leather bracelet with the silver grommets. Or the basket at the fiber arts booth you’ve been eyeing all morning.
Just a Walk Away
Your fur-babies are welcome to stroll with you on the sidewalk, but not the main street of the market (California Department of Health strictly forbids pets in any food facility, including all farmers’ markets), and they must be on a leash. Get your daily steps in and some exercise by walking to and from the market and around Murphy Avenue (parking can be hard to find anyway).
The Sunnyvale Farmers’ Market—a great place to meet up with friends, enjoy a Saturday morning, and pick up some yummy treats. Make plans to go this weekend!
Downtown Sunnyvale—it’s exactly where you want to be! New luxury apartments in Sunnyvale are now available at The Flats and Flats West. It’s the luxury you deserve at a price you can afford. Book a tour today!