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Paso Market Walk celebrates Industry Night

Posted at 3:02 AM, Sep 23, 2020

People from the hospitality and wine industry were invited to try samples from various businesses during Industry Night at the Paso Market Walk on Sept. 22.

According to the Paso Market Walk website, this takes a unique spin on the traditional farmer’s market with different kinds of food purveyors.

Joebella Coffee Roasters Owner Joeseph Gerardis said this was their first Industry Night.

He said both the coffeehouse and Paso Market Walk reopened Aug. 1, and it’s been slowly growing since.

“Even having a few seats inside will be a great benefit to the place because a lot of people don’t want to come and sit outside if it’s been hot or smoky like it has been,” he said. “But of course, now it is beautiful weather, but it’ll be great once it gets cold outside. People can come inside now too.”

Several hundred people showed up for the event.