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Wednesday, December 9, 2015

Winter Market at Two Rivers brings artisans and food trucks together

Posted By on Wed, Dec 9, 2015 at 9:34 AM


Opportunities to shop local abound this time of year, and the Winter Market at Two Rivers Park is another chance to support local artisans—and get your mouth on some of the best food truck grub around. Craftspeople from Arkansas' Etsy scene will be on hand with their wares, and having been to a few of these gatherings in the past, I can assure you that you will not find a more diverse lineup of gift ideas anywhere else. The event will be held Saturday, December 12th from 11 a.m.-7 p.m. at 6900 Two Rivers Park Road in Little Rock.

And of course, if you get hungry (and let's face it, you're gonna get hungry), you can sample the goods from the following participating food trucks:

*Banana Leaf Indian
*Bryants BBQ
*El Cubano Loco
*Jackie's Mobile Café
*Katmandu Momo
*My Honey Pies
*Pat's Kitchen
*Southern Gourmasian
*Waffle Wagon

The list of artisans is quite a bit longer, so head over to the event's Facebook page for a list of folks who will be selling their wares. And make this Christmas a local one!

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