The dinner will be catered by Grow Restaurant, and will feature all of your favorite Wesleyan Market meat and produce vendors. You will be provided with exquisite cuisine and a great variety of Georgia's finest made brews and wines. Tickets are $50 per person. For directions or reservations please call 478-757-5233.
Wesleyan Market is open on the Second Saturday of each month. Join in on the fantastic arts, crafts, music, and food. Some of the vendors that are present regularly are Evergreen Meats, John's Cakes, Jonah's Pizza's, and Shamrock Apiaries, just to name a few. These vendors sell the freshest fruits, vegetables, pecans, preserves, cakes, honey, and more.
If you can't make it to Wesleyan Market's dinner, that's okay! There are other options to experience fresh produce and dining from locally grown produce.
Try Downtown Macon's farm-to-table dining option at Dovetail, located at 543 Cherry St., right upstairs from The Rookery. Dovetail uses local herbs, vegetables, and proteins to create its flavorful plates.
Mulberry Street Market
Maybe you are more interested in making your own fresh cuisine. If so, make sure you stop by Mulberry Street Market, at Macon's historic Tattnall Square Park, open every Wednesday from 3:30- 6:30 pm. Purchase the freshest fruits and vegetables to add a little something special to your homemade dishes.
Lane Southern Orchards
Peach season is finally here, so go by Lane Southern Orchards for some fresh Georgia peaches, or stop by their patches to pick garden-fresh blackberry and blueberries. You may even want to purchase a fresh pint of fruit from their retail store.
These unique dining options are just a few of the reasons why Macon has some of the best food! Have Macon memories through our fresh produce!
Sade Olajide is an Information Specialist with the Macon-Bibb County Convention and Visitors Bureau