NEXT SUNDAY MARKET: SUNDAY, MAY 24, 2015 // 10 A.M. - 4 P.M.
HINGETOWN (1455 WEST 29TH) — RAIN OR SHINE!
Brunch is back, baby! Sunday Market is a brunch + shop gathering in Ohio City's Hingetown pocket, at West 29th and Detroit. Dabble in brunchie delights while you shop vintage dealers, local makers' wares and neighborhood storefronts.
10 a.m. - 4 p.m. In front of Urban Orchid on Church Ave
Walk-up participation, Pay on-site
Join Fourth Coast Design Co. for a hands-on workshop to create your own macramé planter. Instruction and supplies provided. Bring your own or buy a container with workshop.
Have questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stroll West 29th Street in Hingetown and meet these makers, food stops, vintage dealers and other shops. An * indicates a new kid on the block (Meet the new vendors.) Don't forget to add Hingetown shops to your agenda. DOWNLOAD THE SUNDAY MARKET MAP.
FOOD + DRINK
Appealing BreadShop* // Brewnuts // Cleveland Bagel Co // Coquette Patisserie // Favor Catering // Lala Custom Cake // Lucy's Sweet Surrender // off the griddle // Pope's Kitchen // Red Head Artisanal Ginger Cookies* // The Sweet Spot* // Wolf Boy Provisions*
VINTAGE, SALVAGE + FLEA FINDS
American Eagle Antiques // Black Kitten Vintage // Bus Boys // cosmic girl goes home // Great Lake Outfitters // Heirra Vintage* // Jerseygirl Vintage // Public Dove Vintage* // Rust, Dust, and Other 4 Letter Words // SisStyle // South Hills Antique Gallery // Souvenir // String Bean Esthetics // Wonderland Toys
HINGETOWN SHOPS + BUSINESSES
Sunday Market is a great excuse — err, reason! — to spend time in Hingetown. Be sure to stop by neighborhood businesses, including:
Banana Blossom Thai / Beet Jar Juice Bar / Blow Hair + Nails / BOP STOP at The Music Settlement / Cleveland Tea Revival / Dean Rufus House of Fun / Harness Cycle / Jukebox / Ohio City Dog Haven / Rising Star Coffee Roasters / Transformer Station / Urban Orchid
IN THE CHAMPAGNE GARDEN
A blend of French classics and American favorites, this Sunday Market's bar features cocktails, champagne, four types of beers and small bites. Here's the quick look:
COCKTAILS: Sidecar / Gin Daisy / French 75 / French Blonde / Le Vert Bloody Mary / Le Rouge Bloody Mary
FANCY BUBBLES: L. Aubry Fils Champagne (bottle or glass) / Mimosa / Belini
BEER: La Chouffe / Tripel Karmeleit / Fat Head's Brewery Sunshine Daydream
FRENCH FARE: Oysters / Oyster Shooters / Baguettes / Cheese / Macarons
LOCATION + PARKING
Hingetown is a new(ish) Cleveland neighborhood that has turned a deadzone connecting key neighorhoods (Downtown, Ohio City and Detroit-Shoreway) into a vibrant pocket that brings live-work-eat-play to new heights in the city. Located right across the Detroit-Superior Bridge from downtown, Hingetown is easy to find and even easier to enjoy. HOW TO GET HERE: Hingetown is at West 29th and Detroit Ave. Need turn-by-turn? Google Maps is our BFF. Or plug the address 1455 West 29th in to your GPS.
WHERE TO PARK: Ample street parking is available in the neighborhood. Consider carpooling whenever possible. Hingetown is easy to reach via bike and bus (RTA #26 drops you on the spot). Consider Lyft, Uber or another rideshare.
1. WHAT IS SUNDAY MARKET?
It's a brunch-themed street market that takes shoppers to the near Westside neighborhood of Hingetown (part of Ohio City). You'll find an impressive food spread and brunchie drinks, plenty of vintage and salvage dealers, neighborhood shops and a collection of handmade vendors.
2. WHO RUNS SUNDAY MARKET?
Sunday Market is a production of Indie Foundry (maker of the Cleveland Flea). The Cleveland Flea was founded by Indie Foundry owner Stephanie Sheldon. The Flea is run by a small (but so mighty) team of full-time awesome peeps who live, breathe and dream Flea. Sarah Wilt is our magical market manager. Emilie Hongosh and Emily Chumbler are interns turning creative processes into progress. Gina Kelly tells the story of the Flea, its shoppers, artists and makers. Heidi Rolf designs everything amazing you see. And Stephanie is at the helm, steering the ship toward brilliant tomorrows!
Team Flea organizes a series of events, vets vendors, recruits shoppers, procures permits and licenses, hires security, removes trash, rents furniture, builds stuff, plays the music, listens to your feedback, markets the market, encourages partnerships and aims to pair shoppers with their new favorite businesses in a fun and dreamy way. Have questions? Email email@example.com or visit our stand at the next event.
3. DO VENDORS ACCEPT CREDIT CARDS?
Most Sunday Market vendors and Hingetown neighborhood shops do accept credit cards, but not all. Plus: the Sunday Market Bar is CASH ONLY. Need an ATM? Here's a map of all area ATMs (or check with your specific bank).
4. MAY I BRING MY DOG TO SUNDAY MARKET?
We love dogs. We absolutely welcome well-behaved dogs at Sunday Market. We just ask that you keep your furry BFF on a leash!
5. HOW CAN I BECOME A VENDOR AT SUNDAY MARKET?
Direct your attention to our Vendor Application and Process. We look forward to learning more about you and your business!