Minneapolis is a city that boasts 87 neighborhoods, all sought-after to live in. Among the most of the northeasterly of these, the Audubon Park neighborhood, is as equidistant from the city center as one of the other popular city’s neighborhoods.
The Quaint Farmer’s Market
Held from 4-7 PM on all Thursdays, The Farmer’s Market is small, but impressive to say the least. Located on a parking lot owned by the Gustavus Lutheran Church, across at 27th Avenue, vendors at the market greet visitors warmly. The church itself is a sight to behold. Among Audubon Park benefits, the Farmer’s Market sells the best quality organic fruits and vegetables, besides a huge array of fresh herbs like garlic, dill and basil. Most of the yards in this quiet neighborhood have large cherry trees.
Local Shops and a Park
You can find a number of second-hand shops selling clothes to anything else you need, and local restaurants like the Chimborazo Ecuadorian Restaurant, with outdoor seating. Audubon Park, after which the neighborhood is named, is a glorious green wonder, quite large with its recreation center and athletic field. The best part of it is that parts of it are hilly and wooded, great for a casual trek. The Northeast Middle School, an architectural feat in glass, has a good curriculum, and kids growing up in this community will have clear head starts in life.
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