One of the best ways to enjoy summer is by eating great food while looking at beautiful scenery. Looking for a spot to relax while dining? Well, the Market at the Fareway is the perfect place!
The MARKET currently offers 42 seats in its flexible indoor/outdoor space in the Pavilion with garage doors. During warm summer days, the doors are open so visitors can enjoy the beautiful weather. The MARKET also has four tables outside of the Pavilion (to the left of the entrance door) where you can sit outside on a nice day. If visitors are looking for a more spacious and unique chair, they can sit outside around the firepit in one of the great lounge chairs from Hipster Home, which many refer to as “Alice in Wonderland” chairs. While sitting outside the MARKET, visitors can view Romancing the Garden’s, now called Philadelphia Outdoors, gorgeous landscaping. In the summertime, the FAREWAY is planted with tropical flowers and in the winter, it is planted with evergreens. Not only can visitors sit outside, but the MARKET also hosts outdoor events such as Yoga Flow and Flow on June 23 at 7:30pm.
In addition to becoming a new trend, outdoor seating has the following health benefits.
- Vitamin D: Vitamin D is amazing for not only your immune system, but also for your skin. According to planetmattersandmore.com, “the sun’s UVB radiation converts a chemical in your skin into this essential vitamin.” Basically, every meal you eat outside is automatically composed of Vitamin D. How cool!
- Mood Booster: Eating outdoors is a natural mood booster according to some studies. People are happier once they experience fresh air, which makes The MARKET a perfect place to visit when you need an extra boost or pick-me up.
Pet Companionship: You don’t have to leave your dog at home because you can “park your pooch” or “leash your beast” at the MARKET. Everyone knows having your dog with you makes you happier. Dr. Weil explains, “Research shows that pet owners have less illness, recover faster from serious health conditions, and tend to be more content than people who do not own pets.”