Imagine a quick and easy drive home after a day in the fields in time to revel in a rich, pink sunset over the trees. Share stories on the porch from your day of hunting or unplug from it all and soak in one of the outdoor tubs. After years of requests for lodging during the Antiques Fair, we are finally saying YES.  NOW BOOKING for the Spring 2016 show. 

Monday, March 28th:  Dinner on the Porch, a chef-prepared feast of fun, food and drink, beginning at 5:00 pm. Tickets for this event are SOLD OUT. 
Shopping at Rancho Mercado will be open to the public from 3:00 until 6:00 pm on this day. UPDATE: we've added another dinner party on Monday, March 28th. Keep reading.

Tuesday, March 29th:  Open Pasture Party and Rancho Mercado: Pop-Ups in the Pasture. New + vintage fashion + home + jewelry from some of our favorite lines + people. We'll open the gates around noon, so come on by after you've walked through Marburger Farm. Grab and go provisions by Chef Monica Pope will be available for purchase in the fields of Rancho from noon until 3:00. 

We are so pleased to welcome the talented Monica Pope (and her cookstoves) to our pasture. She'll be settling in for two nights to provide some gorgeous meals for all of us. Tickets are on sale now for the FIELD SUPPERS WITH MONICA POPE on Tuesday, March 29th and Wednesday, March 30th. Join us under the stars for an unforgettable evening of music, food and fine company. And because we've had so many calls and emails for Monday night's sold-out dinner, we are setting another table in the pasture on Monday, March 28th. You can buy TICKETS RIGHT HERE for a different dinner party on the very same night.

We've selected and invited an inspired group of artists, designers and creators from around the globe to sell their treasures under a giant teepee at our first Rancho Mercado. We are thrilled to announce them. Come and see their beautiful work and take some home with you.

Hats, ponchos and jewelry by Sam Roberts LA
Hand-painted canvas floorcloths by Black Point Mercantile
Ceramic art + objects + jewelry by Michele Quan
Handmade dresses of vintage Indian cotton by GoldDust Dresses
Mid-century modern Eames furniture by Patina NYC
Found Objects turned into art by Butch Anthony
Inspired jewelry creations by Takara
Incense bundles + botanicals by Folklorica
Artisan-made home goods + accessories from India by Auntie Oti
Lovely Turkish shoes from The Sabah Dealer
Spirited jewelry made by hand from Anvil and Aura
Handmade ceramics by Mother of God Ceramics
One-of-a-kind fashions made from textiles of the world by Chillimint
And the long-awaited return of the bold, brilliant and fearless Barry Jelinski