The fourth season of the Statehouse Market wraps up on Thursday, Oct. 1 on Senate Avenue in Indianapolis. We’ve got a full lineup of food trucks and some great produce vendors to serve you one last time in 2015. In fact, we’ve got 15 different food trucks to choose from if you’re looking for lunch. If you’re looking for fresh produce for a healthy dinner, we’ve got you covered. Stock up on squash varieties, including some pumpkins, apples and other fall favorites. Also, our cheese vendor has returned to the lineup again this week.
Here’s the lineup for Oct. 1. The market returns next May.
The Pork Shoppe – Stock your freezer this fall/winter with pork from this vendor.
Posey & Pumpkin – Look for mums and other flowers. Also butternut squashes, bell peppers and more vegetables.
Van Antwerp’s Farm – Squashes, pumpkins, melons, tomatoes, zucchini, peppers and more.
Wilson Farm – Get to this vendor early if you want Asian pears. Dave says he’ll have some, but not many this week.
Oberweis Dairy – Dairy products.
Simple Taste Specialty Bakery – Bakery items.
Tulip Tree Creamery – Cheeses to sample and purchase.
Nacho Mama – Try the Mediterranean Nachos with hummus, cucumber salsa, feta and guacamole, $6.
Duos – Menu items are seasonal, locally produced and international cuisine.
Soulshine Market – Last chance to try the lobster roll!
Caveman Truck – It’s a great day for barnyard chili.
Spice Box – Indian cuisine.
The Flying Cupcake – They’ll have vegan and gluten-free options along with a lineup of great cupcakes.
Taste of Heaven – Soul food.
Brozinni Pizza – Pizza, breadsticks and salads.
Dashboard Diner – All-American diner. Try the Chef Salad or Dash Wrap.
Groovy Guys Fries – Try the Spicy Asian Chicken Fries.
Pierogi Love Indy – Try the Fiesta Pierogi.
Tacos Without Borders – The featured item is the taco trio.
Mile Square Coffee Roastery – Coffee (hot and cold selections)
Nicey Treat – Frozen treats.
Chef Dan’s – Flavors from the Mississippi Delta & Louisiana Bayou.