Williams Sonoma’s Ice House Alley Farmers Market – March 30, 2011

A friend at Willams Sonoma just tipped us off to a farmers market they are setting up for Wednesday.  Well, what are you waiting for?  The forecast shows that it will be sunny, and well, we all need to go out and stretch our legs.  Many of you will be wondering where Icehouse alley is: “ICEHOUSE ALLEY, on Green Street and on Union Street west of Battery Street, east of Telegraph Hill.” – Forgotten NY

A letter from a friend at Williams Sonoma:

Sustainable Development Farmers Market
Wednesday, March 30, 2011
11:30 AM – 2:00 PM
Ice House Alley

Spring has sprung! Get out of your chair, step away from your computer, and come down to the Ice House Alley Farmers Market. Come try something new, get some fresh air, catch up with old friends, and make some new ones. Our goal is to make sustainability simple, tangible, and fun. Remember: bring some green because these vendors are cash-only.
Hapa Ramen, Tacolicious, Piperade, El Porteno Empanadas, and CoraCao Confections.
Please feel free to invite your co-workers!

We hope to see you!

WILLIAMS SONOMA

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100 Alemany Blvd
San Francisco, CA 94110
Neighborhood: Bernal Heights

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