A village experience in the big city!.
Charming place. Quiet setting. Lush surroundings. Placed in a village- like setting similar to the small villages of New Mexico. Very friendly people. A funky atmosphere like the late 60's, fun and colorful. The market isn't much but so what? The menu is simple and delicious. I began with their popovers with butter and jam, really really good. And then Eggs Benedict were wonderful. There no potatoes and that was good, I didn't feel stuffed. Coffee was good as well. The musicians were fun . A very nice experience. Can't wait to try lunch.
Doesn't live up to its reputation.
Everybody told us to head to Mary's Market; we heard amazing things and all kinds of charming little stories. What a disappointment. Dirty, dusty and old cans filled the shelves. Neither one of us could bring ourselves to order anything the whole place looked so gross. To be totally fair, we have since heard that the place was recently purchased by someone else and is supposedly restoring it to its former charm. Haven't been up there since, so don't know if the rumours are true!