This market is relatively good. Contrary to popular belief, the two sides of the street are different flea markets. One side is Decker's flea market and the other Foster's flea market. I'm just reviewing the Foster's side here. LOVE the fabric store there. They have a good selection, friendly owner and a frequent buyer card. She is open to suggestions on things we need that we can't find. There is also a wood worker there, right in front of the fabric store, actually. He has nice hand made items and some crafty, rustic decorations, quilts, etc. Like his stuff, too. Inside there is a jean salesman with lots of cheap items, but hard to find your size. There is a local fruit/veggie store in the front that is open on the weekdays, also. They have lettuce, tomatoes, fruits, local jams and jellies. Good stuff. Good prices. There are a few "stores" as opposed to just locals selling their garage sale items, etc. There is a leather shop, several antiques places, a rug place that is reasonable. However, once you have walked it a couple of times, you know it and all of its stuff inside. The stock really doesn't change all that much. That can be good if you are looking for something - you'll know right where to go. However, I can't see us locals going there every weekend just to walk around and chat. For travelers coming in, it would be nice. Again, they close up EARLY. They start opening and having breakfast served as early as 7 am or so. They close up around 2 pm.