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Baltimore Farmers' Market opening day 2021 | PHOTOS

Joseph Chiosi slices beef at Beef Baron's Bull Roast Caterers, which has moved to a new location in the east section of the market, where more vendors offer prepared foods to go. Easter Sunday was the opening day for the 44th season of the Baltimore Farmers' Market & Bazaar under the JFX. The market is open at reduced capacity to maintain proper distancing and gathering limits.
(Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)

Baltimore Farmers' Market opening day 2021 | PHOTOS

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This is the 44th season of Baltimore's Farmers' Market.
Opening day of Baltimore Farmers' Market
Joseph Chiosi slices beef at Beef Baron's Bull Roast Caterers, which has moved to a new location in the east section of the market, where more vendors offer prepared foods to go. Easter Sunday was the opening day for the 44th season of the Baltimore Farmers' Market & Bazaar under the JFX. The market is open at reduced capacity to maintain proper distancing and gathering limits.
Joseph Chiosi slices beef at Beef Baron's Bull Roast Caterers, which has moved to a new location in the east section of the market, where more vendors offer prepared foods to go. Easter Sunday was the opening day for the 44th season of the Baltimore Farmers' Market & Bazaar under the JFX. The market is open at reduced capacity to maintain proper distancing and gathering limits. (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
Opening day of Baltimore Farmers' Market
At right, Stacery and Mark Skelly of the Patterson Park neighborhood enjoy buns from Ekiben. Patrons eat on the curb of Hillen and Holliday streets, which runs between the west and east sections of the Baltimore Farmers' Market & Bazaar. More of the prepared food vendors are located on the perimeter of the larger market area, or in the section closer to Guilford Avenue, so that customers can grab and go with meals.
At right, Stacery and Mark Skelly of the Patterson Park neighborhood enjoy buns from Ekiben. Patrons eat on the curb of Hillen and Holliday streets, which runs between the west and east sections of the Baltimore Farmers' Market & Bazaar. More of the prepared food vendors are located on the perimeter of the larger market area, or in the section closer to Guilford Avenue, so that customers can grab and go with meals. (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
Opening day of Baltimore Farmers' Market
Croissants for sale at La Bohemia Bakery of Rockville. Easter Sunday was the opening day for the 44th season of the Baltimore Farmers' Market & Bazaar under the JFX.
Croissants for sale at La Bohemia Bakery of Rockville. Easter Sunday was the opening day for the 44th season of the Baltimore Farmers' Market & Bazaar under the JFX. (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
Opening day of Baltimore Farmers' Market
Shoppers browse Gogos, a bus filled with eclectic clothes and accessories, operated by Stacey Chambers, second from right. Usually the bus is parked on Holliday Street, but with fewer vendors on Easter Sunday, the bus was stationed in the main market area under the JFX.
Shoppers browse Gogos, a bus filled with eclectic clothes and accessories, operated by Stacey Chambers, second from right. Usually the bus is parked on Holliday Street, but with fewer vendors on Easter Sunday, the bus was stationed in the main market area under the JFX. (Amy Davis)
Opening day of Baltimore Farmers' Market
Malika Carpenter, preparing lemon-marinated jerk sea trout, inherited her stand, The Conscious Foodie, from her father, Ras Ollie.
Malika Carpenter, preparing lemon-marinated jerk sea trout, inherited her stand, The Conscious Foodie, from her father, Ras Ollie. (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
Opening day of Baltimore Farmers' Market
Veggie pasta and kale salad on ice at The Salad Lady. The popular chicken salad was sold out by 9:30 a.m. Easter Sunday.
Veggie pasta and kale salad on ice at The Salad Lady. The popular chicken salad was sold out by 9:30 a.m. Easter Sunday. (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
Opening day of Baltimore Farmers' Market
Mark Pena, of Delmarva Popcorn, a longtime vendor at Baltimore Farmers' Market & Bazaar, empties a fresh batch of popped corn into a container for bagging.
Mark Pena, of Delmarva Popcorn, a longtime vendor at Baltimore Farmers' Market & Bazaar, empties a fresh batch of popped corn into a container for bagging. (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
Opening day of Baltimore Farmers' Market
Mayor Brandon Scott greets a shopper, Sheila Brown of Northeast Baltimore, with an elbow bump as he makes some purchases during a tour of the 44th season of the Baltimore Farmers' Market & Bazaar.
Mayor Brandon Scott greets a shopper, Sheila Brown of Northeast Baltimore, with an elbow bump as he makes some purchases during a tour of the 44th season of the Baltimore Farmers' Market & Bazaar. (Amy Davis)
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