The building that is home to Cellar’s Market was built in the late 1800s. Prior to its current use, the building served as a monthly gathering place for the Masonic Lodge. Many of the building’s existing features were preserved including the exposed wood beams and brick walls of the original structure. The front façade was restored to include the storefront windows original to the building design.
The Cellar’s Market was inspired by the small cafes and marketplaces that serve neighborhood communities in Europe. Offering breakfast and lunch, the market is intended to provide a casual gathering space for get togethers with friends, coworking and more. The market boasts a variety of locally and regionally sourced goods to be consumed on-site or for takeaway such as specialty coffee, housemade gelato, pastries, local meats and cheeses, fine wines and craft beer, plus a nice selection of items great for gift-giving or hosting a party.
Continuing to invest in Bargersville’s thriving community with complementary businesses is a passion for owners Nathan and Leah Huelsebusch. Their hope is to continue to inspire local growth in downtown Bargersville as they bring life to existing buildings.