Most markets are found in big cities but the Pybus market is rather a pleasant surprise. Located at the heart of Wenatchee’s waterfront area, this historic building with contemporary looks is open 362 days a year. The one year-old market has plenty to offer: Shoppers can find meat and seafood, cheese, fresh fruit and veggies, pastries, wine and gourmet oils. Inspiring "chefs" can take a cooking class at the commercial Demonstration Kitchen and party-goers can listen to live music on a real railcar on Friday evening. If you are hungry, grab a bite at Fire, a modern Italian restaurant . I recommend the Italian margarita cocktail and if you visit in July, the very unique cherry pizza. The market also hosts the Farmers Market on Wednesdays and Saturday so make sure you fill your bags with local specialties -apples and cherries!