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Tomatoes, Peaches, Flowers, Squash, Baklava and Crepes in Fairfax
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Tomatoes, Peaches, Flowers, Squash, Baklava and Crepes in Fairfax

(From left) Co-owners of Baku Delicious, Namig and Natavan Bahadur, and Sevda Tahirli, general manager, offer a pistachio treat called dolama, plus walnut baklava, at their stand selling Azerbaijani, Turkish and Russian foods.

(From left) Co-owners of Baku Delicious, Namig and Natavan Bahadur, and Sevda Tahirli, general manager, offer a pistachio treat called dolama, plus walnut baklava, at their stand selling Azerbaijani, Turkish and Russian foods. Photo by Bonnie Hobbs.

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Ida Beylee, owner of Havabite Eatery on Main Street, is ready to serve baklava and stuffed cabbage.

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Customers peruse the flowers and produce at the Valdez Brothers’ stand at the Fairfax farmers market.

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Vivian Nguyen of Viet Lotus sells Vietnamese vases.

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Angela Williams holds a banana-Nutella crepe freshly made by the owners of Joie de Vivre Fine Foods.

The City of Fairfax features three farmers markets each week. The Tuesday market, hosted by the City of Fairfax, at Old Town Square, 10415 North St., runs from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. The Saturday and Sunday markets, sponsored by the Downtown Fairfax Coalition, are both at 10500 Page Ave. and run from 8 a.m.-1 p.m. and 10 a.m.-2 p.m., respectively. These photos were taken at the Saturday, Aug. 4 market.

(This article was updated on Aug. 15, 2018.)