While the farmer’s market season isn’t in full swing yet, the weather is definitely making me impatient for the fresh, local produce to arrive. In the meantime, the Johns Hopkins Farmers’ Market in East Baltimore started last week with food vendors. While Wolfe Street is commonly a hot spot for food trucks, it’s a nice change of pace when you can grab some barbecue pork, Thai food or fresh, made to order tacos and some produce.

The farmer’s market is every Thursday through October 26 and is popular with students, staff and faculty from the Bloomberg School of Public Health, School of Medicine and the School of Nursing.

Faculty and Staff wait in line for tacos

Thai food is also popular