We Have the Best Vendors Around!

The goal of the South Milwaukee Downtown Market is to provide visitors with a unique shopping experience, a place where they can buy fruits, vegetables, baked goods, flowers, art, jewelry and everything in between … and even grab dinner. And you can do just that with vendors like ...

Local Farmers



Great Natural Products


Tasty Treats

First-Class Arts and Crafts


And More!


We often have more than 50 vendors in a given week. Here are just a few of our traditional farmers' market merchants ... and this doesn't even include our first-class lineup of arts and crafts sellers!

Name Product
Geneva Lakes Produce Wide varieties of produce
Centgraf Farms Wide varieties of produce
Ruegesegger Farms Meats, cheese, eggs and other farm goods
BSW Farm Farm-fresh eggs
Paul's Petal Pushers Flowers and plants
Wild Flour Bakery Bread, cookies, muffins
Lopez Bakery Traditional Mexican baked goods
Nona's Café Fresh baked goods and Sven's Coffee
Little Europa Homemade sausages
Real Dogs Hot dogs and other sausages
China Chef Chinese food and smoothies
Popcorn Headz Kettle corn
Sweet Delight Kettle Corn Kettle corn
Truffles by Jean Louise Handmade truffles
Apple Holler Various apple products and baked goods
Quednow's Heirloom Apples Apples and cider
Elson's Apple Orchard Apples and cider
Berryville Farms Strawberries
Rolling Meadows Honey Farm Honey
Big Bubble Soap Soaps and lotions
Country Meadows Goat's milk soap and candles
Bark-A-Lot Bakery Homemade dog treats
B&J Pampered Pup Bakery Homemade dog treats

Want to Join us?

To access a vendor application for the summer 2012 season, click here, or visit the Forms section. Click here for a spring market application. Click on the Rules section to learn more about our market rules.

Vendor Amenities

Electricity: We offer electricity for $5 per week. Contact market representatives for more information.

Restrooms: Portable facilities are available on-site. Restrooms are also available at Barbiere's Italian Inn, near the market.

Parking: A limited number of stalls include vendor parking directly behind them. No other vehicles will be allowed on the selling grounds. Additional vendor parking will be provided nearby.

For more information, contact Tony Bloom at (414) 758-3155.