31 Aug

Late Summer at the City Market

One of the wonderful things about the City Market is the changing cornucopia of food that is available from so many local farms. In September, we enter the late summer growing season in the Kansas City region. This means a peak variety of local fruit, vegetables, animal products and homemade foodstuffs. This really is harvest season. It may be late summer, but you’ll be able to start finding produce often associated with autumn, such as pumpkins, gourds, apples and much more.

The Blue Nile Cafe is a great place to enjoy a delicious buffet before or after you visit one of Kansas City’s biggest markets.


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