Fitzroy’s favourite ritual: the market that celebrates local produce

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Fitzroy’s favourite ritual: the market that celebrates local produce

The Fitzroy Mills

Featuring grown food and locally made artisanal items, The Fitzroy Mills is set to become part of your weekend routine.

Nestled between Brunswick Street and Nicholson Street, The Fitzroy Mills is the weekly market that’s concerned with lifestyle and sustainability that’s located on Fitzroy’s Rose Street. The location of the insanely popular Rose St. Artist’s Market, The Fitzroy Mills is focused on real, honest and locally grown food. Celebrating local farmers, its aimed at connecting the local community to those that grow their food.

What you need to know

  • The Fitzroy Mills is a weekly market that takes place on Fitzroy’s own Rose Street
  • The market seeks to connect the local community to those that grow their food
  • It runs every Saturday from 9am – 2pm

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The brainchild of siblings Ari, Aphrodite and Chris Vlahos, the market has been kicking since November 2017. Taking place within the former manufacturing mill at 75 Rose Street, the market runs from 9am-2pm every Saturday.

A great meeting place, it’s full of warm community spirit. Holding stalls at The Fitzroy Mills are local coffee roasters Industry Beans and the local cheese makers Milawa Cheese Company. Head to Bite Me Fine Foods for organic vegan and veggie creations and check out No Grainer for gluten and grain-free breads. For healthy snacks for your four legged friends, there’s Canine Wellness Kitchen, who focus on making pet food and treats for the conscious pet owner.

Head to The Fitzroy Mills for the great coffee, live music and community vibes while you do your weekly produce shop. Head on down to Rose Street and find out why it’s Fitzroy’s favourite weekly ritual.

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