Central Market in Austin, Texas

Central Market in Austin, Texas – A Pictorial Review

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Central Market in Austin, Texas, is alive and well. We visited mid-morning, late last summer, and the store was fairly quiet.

Central Market in Austin, Texas

Still beautiful after all these years, the Lamar Street location was built in 1992, and was the first Central Market to open.

Central Market in Austin, Texas

Dig the avocados and fresh guacamole. Too busy to create the guac of your dreams? No problem – you’ve got two different sizes of fresh guacamole to choose from.

Central Market in Austin, Texas

The hardest part of shopping at Central Market? I want everything!

Central Market in Austin, Texas

Figs, figs, and more figs. Why not take a little of each?

Central Market in Austin, Texas

It’s easy to buy the perfect wine with the plethora of vintages available. Still not sure which bottle to choose? No problem. Central Market’s wine experts are on hand to help.

Central Market in Austin, Texas

The wine department is huge.

Central Market in Austin, Texas

My favorite area – the seafood market.

Central Market in Austin, Texas

Fresh fish.

Central Market in Austin, Texas

Shrimp.

Central Market in Austin, Texas

Why shop anywhere else?

Central Market in Austin, Texas

Are you really into food?

Visit Central Market for additional information. You can sign up for the eFoodie newsletter, follow Central Market on Twitter, and like the store on Facebook. Additionally, the site offers information about cooking classes, recipes and entertaining, a blog, and what’s happening in the store.

Central Market also features an in-store cafe. Me? I adore the sushi, which is what my next post is all about.

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Central Market in Austin, Texas, has two locations:

4477 South Lamar Boulevard

Austin, Texas 78745

512/899-4300

and

4001 North Lamar Boulevard

Austin, Texas 78756

512/206-1000

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About Laura Townshend 91 Articles
Laura's a native Texan. Besides loving Texas and horses, she's a marketing consultant, writer, and blogger who lives in the western Hill Country of Central Texas with her husband, their daughter, and a bunch of dogs and cats. Reach her at laura@biggreyhorse.com.

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