A visit to this farmers market, held every Saturday in the summer since 2006 (with periodic winter markets since 2012), is an outing, not an errand. It spills out of a plaza at the Mill City Museum, nestles up to the towering architectural beauty that is the Guthrie Theater, and keeps a picturesque bend of the Mississippi River as its backdrop. With just under 60 vendors selling everything from organic produce to granola to hand-woven rugs, the market feels like a bustling town square. Sure, you might pick up some kale or a bushel of apples, but the mini-donuts at Chef Shack's food truck are just as tempting. You can save your grocery shopping for Sunday.