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Lausitzer Platz Organic Market


The glories of a fresh market! The compass of my world has grown overly small these past few years, and it is good to use the wandering days of early parenthood to seek out some new corners of my beloved city. The Lausitzer Platz organic market provided a crazy kaleidoscoped view of old favourites from Prenzlauer Berg  (Gerd, the Persian woman dispensing tea) alongside happy new discoveries (try the deadly Krapfen at the organic crêpe stand ). Go tomorrow, if you can, while the ground is still luxuriant with leaves; meanwhile, I'll be whizzing into the skies, and speaking of which, any tips for the DC area should be emailed to me tout de suite!

Lausitzer Platz Organic Market (map)
Fridays from noon to 6pm



Sadly, no tips for DC! I tagged you in my latest post, feel free to play along....

Sorry I'm too late to be of help re DC (as in Washington DC, right?) The farmer's market I grew up very near was Eastern Market on Capitol Hill. If farmers' markets are your thing, that's a really nice one.

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