You played the musician, boned the milkman, forked the rancher, spooned the chef, and plowed over that poor farmhand.
Your worst nightmare is another girl’s dream this Sunday when the guys rally together for Bolsa’s first-ever farmers market.
The gang — along with a local roaster, beekeeper, chocolatier, cheesemonger, flower girl, baker, winemaker, tamale dude, and salsa guru — will sell their locally harvested goods directly to the public from the Oak Cliff resto’s parking lot.
Some labels to look out for: DudeSweetChocolates, Dallas Mozzarella Company, Oak Cliff Coffee Roasters, Micaelita’s Salsa, Kessler Cookies, and Crumbs Homemade Pies. The affair will also include live music by soulful guitarist Floramay Holliday and hats by hipster milliner Cassandra MacGregor.
Just in case you want a disguise.
Sunday, 11 a.m.-4 p.m., at Bolsa, 614 West Davis Street (214-367-9367 or bolsadallas.com).