Holiday season a time of stress? Not for moi. You’ll find me stress-free frolicking from booth to booth Dec.13 at Yelp’s Totally Bazaar knocking off the naughty and nice on my Christmas list with one-of-a-kind gifts. Over 65 local businesses will fill City Market for a pop-up present bazaar, complete with a traditional old world market outside on the southwest plaza and a holiday fashion party with Pattern in the west wing. Enter the holiday bazaar of yesteryear on the plaza to find mulled wine by Easley Winery, warm hard cider from New Day Meadery, roasted nuts, international-themed businesses like Global Gifts, twinkling lights by The Brickman Group and international holiday music by Kyle Long of Cultural Cannibals. Is it Munich? Whoville? Who cares, it’s dreamy.
Join me for a cup o’ cheer courtesy of Sun King Brewery and Flat 12 Bierwerks. Bring your hunger with your thirst! City Market fixtures like Papa Roux, Natural Born Juicers, Three Days In Paris, Circle City Sweets, U Relish and many more will be open with extended hours for the evening. We’ll put your complimentary Yelp shopping bag to great use with businesses like People for Urban Progress, 240Sweet, Hayes and Taylor, Frittle and Homespun dishing out the goods!
Need to catch your breath from the mad fun in the Market Mezzanine? Mosy on over to The Platform (newly renovated west wing of City Market) for Pattern’s holiday fashion lounge with black and white films screening, make up booth to prep for the festive photo booth, cocktails, coat and bag checking by CoatChex (featured on Shark Tank) and more great vendors!
Yelp’s present to you? Some of the Circle City’s best drinks and entertainment – all for free. It’ll make anyone feel festive.
-Yelp Community Manager
BIO: As the Yelp Community Manager for Indy, Brittany uncovers fun and unique ways for locals to connect with the Circle City’s cream of the crop businesses and events. The best part of her job? Meeting Hoosiers who are bubbling over with pride for their community and passionate about supporting local businesses.