Y'all make sandwiches.
An iconic water tower marks the site of a foodie oasis; a town “waterhole” of sorts.
Walk towards this beacon and you’ll find yourself surrounded by farmers market vendors, restaurants and nighttime saloons in Heritage Marketplace. Once the “hay harvesting capital” of the west, there’s still a hint of cowboy in this desert town. It’s the kind of place you can mosey around and eat your way through a Saturday. Breakfast at a diner. Dinner at a cantina. Lunch at a sandwich shop. (Our spot in the historic square is a nice place to cool your spurs.)
Shop features and artifacts include two antique hay rakes-turned-chandelier, vintage photographs of Old Town Gilbert with some Trent Call additions, and a large mosaic wall filled with pop art images of farming equipment.