We assume you have caught onto the name “evilO”. If not, write the letters in reverse order, and it should become as clear as the wondrous oils from which the name evolved. What has been a life-long love of fine foods and the cultures that produce them is now transformed into an exotic “Try before you buy” marketplace. We are constantly searching out the finest products from various mills and farms around the globe, and are bringing them to our little boutique in Downtown Hot Springs. Along with our delicacies we will have some native recipes and even some local recipes that our followers have provided. Our mission is simple: To give our customers the best time they’ve ever had grocery shopping, and to send them home “felice pieno” or “Happily full“.
The Modern-Day Market May – Oct Tuesdays 5pm – 8pm (May – Sept) Saturdays 7am – 12 noon (May – Oct) Nov – Apr (Winter Market) Saturdays 9am -Noon (Nov – Apr) For more information Contact: Donna Dunnahoe, Executive Director, Hot Springs Fine Art Center 501-624-0489 Founded in 1995 at a location near the Transportation Depot at the intersection of Broadway and Orange Streets, the Historic Downtown Farmers’ Market has become a mainstay for many Hot Springs natives and a special attraction for the many visitors of the area. In 2006, Hot Springs was the recipient of a USDA Farmers Market Promotion Grant which began the planning of a permanent, open-air pavilion as a home for the Market. In May, 2010, the market opened its permanent open-air pavilion located at 121 Orange Street, and has since become a leading Farmers’ Market, receiving a great deal of state and national recognition. The market operates year round, with a “Summer Market” season of May through October on Saturdays from 7:00 to 12:00 p.m. or until produce runs out. The smaller “Winter Market” operates on Saturdays during the months of November through April from 9:00 to 12:00 p.m. Plenty of free parking is […]
Shopping centers can be seen everywhere in Hot Springs. Wander around through historic downtown for fashionable items such as boutiques, jewelry stores, and fine art galleries. For art and antique collectors, antique dealers can offer lots of types of furniture, vintage clothing, and other collectibles.