The Bazaar on Apricot & Lime is the leisurely weekend activity you’ve been waiting for in Sarasota. You can’t go wrong with their live music and local vendors. Shop for clothes, collectibles, crafts, and more! Thankfully, the experience doesn’t end at your last purchase. Once you've satisfied your shopping fix, head on over to the outdoor lawn to enjoy family games and a bite at the Hamlet’s Eatery food truck!


"To meat or not to meat." Hamlet’s Eatery offers exceptional eats for meat lovers and vegans alike. For every classic menu item, there is a vegan option available. Although all the dishes leave you wanting seconds, their hand-cut fries are easily one of the BEST in Sarasota. House Match realtor Kendall Williams had the pleasure of tasting Hamlet’s famous fries and Portobello Sandwichtwo fan-favorite menu items created by Chef Brad. According to Kendall, the food is “Stellar!”



The Bazaar/Hamlet’s duo is owned and operated by Kim Livengood. She has created a welcoming environment, where every customer who walks through the door becomes family. Upon entry you'll be greeted immediately with a warm welcome from one of the staff members. And that welcoming feeling doesn’t fade as you work your way down the aisle featuring dozens of unique vendors. 



All the vendors bring something special to the table (literally), but “The Fab Four” are must-sees! These four vendorsPop Artist Karen Chandler, Gypsy Gardener Artist Teresa Stone, Kendal Kiner from My Fish Out of Water (pictured above), and Janet Pederson Interior Designhave been with The Bazaar since the beginning. Each vendor offers different beautiful designs for you to take home. 


See the full interview with Kendall Williams and Kim Livengood below. Then, go check out The Bazaar on Apricot & Lime and Hamlet’s Eatery for yourself! You won’t be disappointed.



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