Where to Find Vendors with Cool Treats at the Downtown Farmers' Market
At the 2022 Downtown Farmers’ Market, you’ll find plenty of vendors offering items to keep you cool the whole summer long. Whether you’re craving homemade ice cream or a nice cold brew, The Market is the place to quench your thirst on Saturday mornings. Check out the local businesses listed below and find their booth at The Market this summer.
Ice Cream + Snow Cones
Sweet Treats is where you can get homemade ice cream at The Market. Find the booth on the north side of the 100 block of Court Avenue.
Kona Ice of Central Iowa
Visit the shaved ice truck for a signature flavor. It’s sure to cool you off when you visit Kona Ice of Central Iowa on the west side of Court Avenue, just east of Fifth Street.
Bubble Tea Kups
At the Bubble Tea Kups booth located on the west side of 4th Street, north of Court Avenue, grab a Brown Sugar Boba Tea or tasty fruit tea.
Located at on the north side of the 100 block of Court Avenue, Rolling Wok offers bubble tea in flavors like “Honeydew,” “Thai Coffee,” “Lychee” and more. You can add on extra jelly or extra bubble, too!
Agri-Cultured Foods and Renegade Kombucha
Agri-Cultured Foods and Renegade Kombucha is where to find kombucha, a fermented drink made with tea that boasts health benefits that aid in digestion and boosts energy. Find the booth on the east side of 2nd Street, north of Court Avenue.
American Pride Roasters
At the American Pride Roasters booth — located at — you’ll find a cold brew that will help you beat the summer heat. On Sept. 25, the booth is located on the west side of 4th Street, south of Court Avenue, while on Oct. 2 you’ll find them on the north side of the 400 block of Court Avenue.
Try the smoothies at Newbe’s Treats, including “Mango” and “Strawberry.” Newbe’s booth is located on the west side of 4th Street, south of Court Avenue.
Asian Mission Food
You can also find smoothies and lemon drinks at Asian Mission Food’s booth on the south side of the 200 block of Court Avenue.
Brenda Smith Concessions
On the west side of 3rd Street, north of Court Avenue, Brenda Smith Concessions will have lemonade drinks, nitro coffee and cold brew to quench your thirst this summer. Stop by and say hello before making your way through The Market.
See a full list of Downtown Farmers’ Market vendors here.
From May to October, experience local artists, live music and entertainment at the Downtown Farmers’ Market featuring nearly 300 family farmers, bakers, artists and crafters from around the state. It’s easy to visit with plentiful and affordable street and ramp parking options.