The Sunday Morning Timing Of The Brambleton Farmer’s Market Makes It An Excellent Start To A Full Day In The Area

Posted June 10, 2021

Each of the vendors featured in the market offers goods in a charming and spacious outdoor environment that will keep you both comfortable and safe. Locals and visitors alike love to spend their Sunday mornings at the market perusing the goods and interacting with the vendors and each week offers a slightly different selection of vendors based on availability, though several are regularly in attendance from week to week. There is always something to look at and talk about as well, making it an exciting destination to safely socialize.

Founded in 2015, EatLoco is the operation that has pushed Brambleton’s Farmers’ Market to the booming success it is today. Each week, Brambleton’s space becomes home to an average additional 35-40 vendors on top of those already in the thriving Town Center as local business owners sell their wares at the market. Here you can get everything from seafood and BBQ to fresh baked sweets. Also fun to check out are the jewelry and self care products and, of course, options for your furry friends! Whether you’re looking for fresh produce or a chocolate covered Oreo with sprinkles the color of your favorite sports team, there is sure to be a vendor for you.

The Sunday morning timing of the market also makes it an excellent start to a full day in the area. With the Brambleton Town Center as the backdrop, it’s a great opportunity to knock out any weekly errands from your to-do list without extra hassle. From Harris Teeter to stand alone businesses that give the area added charm, ease is the name of the game. The Town Center also offers several locally owned and operated restaurants that provide dining al fresco to make lunch fun once the buzz of buying starts to wear off.

An added bonus is Brambleton’s location in the middle of DC’s wine country, featuring several wineries within short driving distance that are happy to cater to everyone from the casual fan to sommeliers. One of our favorites? Fleetwood Farm Winery! Just minutes from our community, the beautiful scenery all around and musicians every Sunday afternoon on their Grand Terrace, it might be hard to find a more relaxing way to spend your afternoon.

With all this and more in Loudoun County, spending a day out of the house is a breeze – especially now that spring has officially sprung. Now imagine if home was Brambleton? Having lots of beautiful weekend options within walking or driving distance is a great way to let go of any stressors from the week and spend time prioritizing fun and relaxation. Plus, supporting the people around you makes it even more satisfying. No matter where your interests lie, you’re sure to find something you like in and around Brambleton.

Open year-round, from 9am to 1pm each week in an expansive outdoor setting, check out the market at the corner of Legacy Park and Olympia Drive.