The Market by Jennifer's Offers Plentiful Options with Upscale Price Tags

Categories: First Taste

Heather Hoch
While each component of the chicken schnitzel sandwich was delicious, it was overpowered by the huge hunk of iceberg lettuce.
We also nibbled on the roasted cherry tomato salad with little mozzarella balls and basil on a mini brioche. While the flavor was there in the light, fresh dish, the tiny portion didn't warrant the $8 price tag. The butternut squash soup was velvety, smooth, creamy, flavorful, and most deserving of its price, though $7 is still a bit steep for a bowl of soup.

Overall, the food at The Market is no disappointment, we just can't see becoming regulars at their current pricing. Twenty dollars for a chicken sandwich, fries, and an ice tea is a little outrageous, though we will likely be back for the rustic pastries and quick meal options. We're certain that the new staff will also grow to be more comfortable and quick in service over time, so our only qualm with The Market is just those prices. Bring them down $2 or $3 in most cases, and we'll be sold.

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The Market by Jennifer’s

3603 E. Indian School Road, Phoenix, AZ

Category: Restaurant

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Go now if you want to try it because it's only going to be open for a minute. $15 for charcuterie for two that was so embarrassing my wife and I laughed when we opened our to go bag. It would barely feed one and that's a stretch. The $4 soft pretzel was even worse. They should team up with the Chestnut Lane ladies and collectively send one person to business school. I feel like this concept was tested with a group of family and friends who didn't have the heart to tell them the truth.

You can literally eat at Crudo next door for half the price and get some of the best food in the valley.


Live nearby. Lovely decor. Strolled in, checked it out, ducked out. Wallet unscathed. whew.

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