San Carlos “Hot Harvest Nights” Returns May 6.
May 3, 2010
Farmers Market in San Carlos.
Spring may have officially started on March 21st, but it doesn't truly feel like spring here until the San Carlos Farmer's Market, aka “Hot Harvest Nights“, gets into full swing. And we can now consider it springtime — we had great weather this past weekend, baseball season is underway, and Hot Harvest Nights starts up again this Thursday, May 6th. It will run every Thursday night from 4-8 PM until September 6. Yum…
Every Thursday evening, the 700 block of Laurel Street will be closed to traffic and transformed into a vibrant marketplace featuring fresh produce, flowers, and some great specialty food and treats. Mix in a little live music, and it becomes an informal party. No need to make dinner that night, with a variety of food available for just about any taste. There's always a line at the rosemary chicken booth, and you can bet Bianchini's will have their barbecue blazing again in the parking lot. Personally, I have a weakness for the tamale truck that's always in front of Speederia Pizzeria.
Hot Harvest Nights also seems to be a great to way to bump into neighbors and friends that you haven't seen since winter, so be sure to attend a few of them. Bring your appetite and have some fun on a Thursday evening. For more information, click the Chamber of Commerce website here.