What’s new in Santiago?

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Gabriel O’Rorke

Domingo Feria is a new artisan market in Barrio Italia, Providencia. With stalls set around two large warehouse-style rooms, the products (mainly made in Chile) vary from food to textiles and cosmetics.

Laura Adrubau, originally from Barcelona, runs Cal Perdiu a stall selling sausages and chorizo which are handmade in Ñuñoa. Cal Perdiu was established in 1945.

Then there are homemade chocolates, alfajores and bonbons by an artisan brand called Irlanda. And A&M, a stall which sells homemade marmalade and jam, honey and olive oil.

Masitas Ruhue is a bakery based in Santiago's Barrio Recoleta which brings produce to the market each Sunday. It sells tarts, pies, biscuits, empanadas and bread, all made by people who have overcome physical disadvantages.

From food to cosmetics, there's Noias, a stall selling creams that were hand-produced in Puerto Varas. And lastly, there are even clothes are also for sale - some of the prettiest are dresses by a German lady called Simone Hohoff

The Domingo Feria (or Sunday Market) is situated on Avenida Francisco Bilbao 511, and opens every Sundays between 10am and 4pm: www.domingoferia.cl











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