Five Great Things You Must Know About Pybus Market
No. 1 >>> The World’s Best Farmer’s Market is in Wenatchee.
OK, maybe we’re a bit over-the-top, but we have the world’s best fruits and vegetables, and the world’s best local producers, in the world’s coolest and most gorgeous setting, so that easily gets us to the conclusion we have the world’s best farmer’s market. Any other farmer’s market want to offer a counter-claim? Each Wednesday and Saturday during the summer, 8:00am to 1:00pm, only at Pybus Market. In November and December, Saturday-only from 10:00am until 2:00pm. Live music is a bonus. Come join the fun.
No. 2 >>> Locals Night is Every Thursday from 5:00pm to 8:00pm.
Every Thursday, all Pybus Market tenants are open until at least 8:00pm; restaurants are open even later. We have live music and most tenants have great specials. For example, Auvil Fruit , Almond Blossom Roasted Nuts and Full Bloom Flowers offer 10% off every item on Thursday night and South has a crazy Ladies Nights on Thursday evenings. We have live cooking demonstrations at 7:00pm in the Cashmere Valley bank Community Kitchen. Come join the fun and see long lost friends.
No. 3 >>> Pybus Market has Live Music Every Friday Night from 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Pybus Market has live music on the railcar every Friday night from 6:00pm to 8:00pm. If you haven’t seen the railcar, you’re in for a surprise. We have a nice mix of musical genres and a gorgeous setting. Sponsored by Country Financial of Wenatchee.
No. 4 >>> Pybus Market is Adjacent to the Famous Apple Capital Loop Trail in Wenatchee
Want your exercise …. or just a chance to enjoy the beauty of the mighty Columbia River? Either way, the famous 10 mile paved trail called the Apple Capital Loop Trail is perfect for walkers and bikers alike. And it’s adjacent to Pybus Market.
No. 5 >>> Pybus Market is Open 7 Days a Week, 362 Days a Year
Pybus Market houses 20 year ’round tenants and is open 7 days a week, 362 days a year. The building is a football field long and offers a range of products, including baked goods, fruits, vegetables, meats, seafoods, cheese, wines, beer, nuts, flowers oils and vinegars and sweets.The sit-down restaurants are some of the best in Washington state.