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Cakes and muffins and scones and all sorts of fresh juices – all organic artisanal farm-to-table produce. This is what awaits you at the plethora of markets in the area.
SEDGEFIELD WILD OATS FARMER’S MARKET
The big mama of local market fraternity, under the trees with a live Kaapse Klopse auditory backdrop before sampling the freshest of wares. The elaborate arts and crafts/secondhand market is just down the drag on the eastern side of the garage for a post-browsing beer and bargain purchases of anything you can think of, basically.
HARKERVILLE SATURDAY MARKET
Right off the N2 a kilometre or two past Harkerville, this is a compact version of the Sedgefield market experience and hence more cute and country-like. Great farm-style breakfasts and ‘60s/’70s auditory backdrop from the vinyl DJ as well fab thickand-sludgy pure fruit ice creams for sale.
MARKET ON MAIN
A permanent market on Plett’s main drag through town. If you really cannot decide whether to snack on French, Italian of Greek cuisine, it’s probably best to make your way to a central point that harbours them all to drink away your confusion. In Plett this would entail bringing your own drinks and settling in at the Market on Main. Avoid it if you are not predisposed to great live music under the stars with choice food and friendly company in a congenial atmosphere.
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