Atherton Mill and Market
Small shopping complex with a few restaurants and specialty stores. I don't know if I would necessarily go out of my way to go here, but a nice place to stop of a bite to eat and check out some small local shops. Be aware that there is a primary building but then there are some secondaries with other stores and eateries. We spent about an hour walking around and visiting the stores before having lunch. The area is neat and the building has some interesting history and architecture.
We are at Luna's Living Kitchen. Nice venue and parking. Loved the use of space and creative menu offered. Lots of life throughout the property. I could live there and rat from their menu forever.
Old industrial buildings turned into a craft and food market. A lot of the stalls had closed by the time we visited but they looked good and what was still open was worth the visit. Next to the tram lines (Lynx) and near to other interesting parts - the Sycamore Brewery for example. A good coffee stall is available.
Nice area to walk around and do some shopping or grab a bite to eat. They were doing a lot of construction around the old brewery so roads were all shut down but I'm sure it's going to be gorgeous once finished
We were out strolling and came across a lovely farmer's market. Lots of local vendors with organic and, or homemade soaps, cheeses, a wonderful guy from Rome with fresh made Italian pastas, Taralli fennel (Italian sourdough crackers) . Taylor Homestead with alpaca wool products. she was spinning the wool as we walked up. Fun to chat with all the local vendors.