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The Good: street food + design market got off to a roaring, fun and funky start Sunday in a warehouse at 1409 Del Paso Blvd. The marketing firm behind the event, Unseen Heroes, released this "Quick Wrap Up" time lapse video from the event on Monday afternoon:
More than 2,500 people came out for the festivities, which will occur every first Sunday of the month through November, according to event organizers.
There were food trucks in the back and a wide spectrum of vendors inside, from brewers and baristas to artists and clothing and jewelry designers. A DJ spun, giving the crowd full of families and young couples a beat to step (and eat and shop) to on a warm late spring afternoon.
The market, which was organized by both Unseen Heroes and the Del Paso Boulevard Partnership, is part of a larger plan to transform the neighborhood into a design district, a process we'll be following closely here at The Sacramento Press.
Here we have photos from two bloggers that were at the scene – both are worth following. Donelle O'Brien is a prolific Instagramer and lover of all things Sacramento. She blogs over at SeenInSacramento.com.
Dawn Balzarano is a home baker and cook, as well as a self-taught writer and photographer who covers food, travel and photography at KitchenTravels.com.