Fantastic El Paso Farmers Market That Isn’t In El Paso This Weekend
As things start to open back up due to the Texas governor dropping the mask mandate next week, El Pasoans are itching to get out more than they already had, and one of the places that everyone loves to go to is up to Sunland Park, New Mexico to Ardovino's Desert Crossing farmers market.
We know El Pasoans have many choices when it comes to shopping outdoors like The Outlet Shoppes at El Paso, the Downtown El Paso Artist & Farmers market and even, the Upper Valley Artist & Farmers Market.
Many El Pasoans like to go to these places for the food and the fresh offerings at the these farmers markets, but stay for the amazing scenery.
Ardovino's sits in a little bowl that is ringed by the foothills and there is a train track that, when a train is rolling by, is so remote that it looks like it came straight out of the wild west. It really is a great place to take family and friends for a morning of shopping among the booths of the farmers market and enjoying a great Al Fresco Brunch on their patio.
If you've been to the Al Fresco Brunch before you need to go again because Ardovino's has updated the menu and has new dishes. I love to go walking through the farmers market and snag some fresh veggies, a homemade candle or two, and then wander up to the patio and have a total Borderland experience.
If you need a great weekend wind down like I need a great weekend wind down, the Ardovino Desert Crossing Al Fresco Brunch is the thing for you.