Vendors include returning and new businesses selling goods such as vintage clothing, organic skincare, jewelry, housewares, and more. The vendors in the parks this season will be 248Studio, Ashley Gold, Beirut Souk, Dolly Rocker’s Handmade and Vintage, GoodBoy Clothing, Greystone Gardens, Guilt Chocolates, ILERA Apothecary, Kiloh + Co., Little High Flyers, Mitten Crate, POST, Rock Paper Scissors, Tiana Body Care, True Desserts, and Yellow Dog Marketplace.
1441 Woodward will continue to host select vendors through the season.
Cadillac Square Lodge will be back with spaces to sit, eat, and drink indoors, with nearby Parc restaurant leading the food and drink offerings. In addition to the Lodge, Nostimo Kitchen will pop up in a large greenhouse in Cadillac Square with cookbooks, Michigan-made goods, and specialty foods.
Over in Capitol Park, the Capitol Inn, led in partnership with Prime + Proper and Townhouse’s Jeremy Sasson, will serve “gourmet bar snacks, festive cocktails as well as Munich-inspired beer and wine.” The Inn will also have live music.
The markets open right before festivities around the tree lighting in Campus Martius, set to take place November 16. Detroit will transform into a winter wonderland in just a few short weeks.
The Downtown Detroit Markets will be open from November 14-January 13.