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EAST BANK SATURDAY MARKET
Saturdays - 8am to 12 noon
ORMOND PLANTATION
13786 RIVER ROAD
DESTREHAN, LA



















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Ormond Plantation
13786 River Road
Destrehan, LA
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LUNCH
11:00 am - 2:00 pm Tuesday - Friday

NOW SERVING DINNER!
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm - Friday

Featuring Chef Richard Kiral

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UPCOMING PLANT EXCHANGE

SATURDAY, MAY 2nd
WEDNESDAY, MAY 13th

All plants are welcome. A prize is offered to the person bringing the most unusual or rare Southern plant. The ones our grandparents had in their yards which we loved and do not often see at garden centers. The plants that became favorite “pass-alongs” through generations. All well-established plants in half gallon or larger containers will be welcome. Botanical and popular names of plant (if known) and care instructions should be provided. Sharing cuttings has also become very popular. 

 Participants should arrive by 10:00 a.m. on Saturday morning, May 2nd, with exchange to take place at 10:30 and on Wednesday afternoon May 13th at 3:00 p.m., exchange to take place at 3:30. 


SATURDAY, APRIL 25th

Live Music with Blanch Newsome

Book Signing and Sale
Local Author, Ollie Porche Voelker

VENDORS
(Vendors intending to participate as of press time.)

Amato Winery - seasonal blackberry, blueberry, cranberry, muscadine, orange, peach and strawberry wines. Free samples of a select wine each Saturday.

Cox's Meat Market - red meats, tasso, smoked sausages, andouille, chicken and smoked chicken (local and free-range grass-fed beef and free-range chicken)

Darlene's Southern Comforts - scented soy candles and fragrance oils

Fame Confectionery - sweet treats including pralines, English toffee, assorted chocolate bark, heavenly hash, brittle, monkey mix and turtles

Fleur De's - all natural soaps, lotions, bath bombs and bath salts

Homegrown Produce - strawberries, tomatoes, onions, squash, carrots, kale, asparagus, romaine lettuce, cauliflower, cabbage, potatoes

Jefferson Seafood - red fish, trout, catfish, boiled crabs & shrimp, fresh shrimp, peeled shrimp, and more! 

Martin's Nursery - plants, trees, flowers, hanging baskets, breeding plants

Papa George's - hot and mild hog's head cheeses, fresh sausage, andouille and "to go" containers of a weekly entree'

Plantation Kettle Corn - kettle corn, cracklins, pork skins, jambalaya, pastalaya

Sally's Country Gourmet Foods - banana nut raisin craisin bread, hummus, pimento cheese, fresh apple cider, Mardi Gras bean soup mix, taco seasoning, lemon sunflower oil dressing, brown, red and wild rice blend and marinade sauce

Sandy's Sweets - homemade pies (new flavors: blackberry, fig, raspberry, peach), sugar free pies and tea cookies, rum cakes, bread pudding, soft dinner rolls, popcorn balls, brownies, and weekly ready-to-eat entrees

Story Produce - strawberries, kale, cabbage, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, lettuce, spinach, mustard greens, turnips, bell pepper, a variety of beans, honey, eggs and more

Zeringues Farm - beets, carrots, chicken eggs, cilantro, duck eggs, kale, parsley, shallots, spinach, Swiss chard, turnips, and “Bees Are My Business” honey