Make Me An Offer – May 11th, 2024

I know it’s been a while. Life has been full lately and I’ve not been able to sit and write poetry, or wine reviews or simple newsletters. It has however been 27 years since this little ship that could set sail and it’s time for us to make some BIG changes.

Mark Your CalendarMay 11th – Saturday 9AM – 2023 Main St. Baker City, ORMake Me An Offer!

(say it like Brando if you want, in my mind it sounds more Mae West)

I’ll have a huge section of the store where every single item is up for your best offer. I’ll be ready to accept all reasonable offers, even some slightly unreasonable ones perhaps (I’m the judge afterall). 

Everything Must Go. 

There are appliances, cookware sets, linens, pajamas, socks, gifts, and random BELLA merchandise.

Depending on the weather, we may also have furniture pieces, displays, wine boxes and the like outside on the sidewalk. 

Those will be sold as a Silent Auction. 

Make an offer while you’re here; call back to check on current offers and increase your offer if you like. 

The highest offer at 3 pm takes it home.

I have had more tears than laughs in the past few months, so I am counting on a LOT of laughter on May 11th. Let’s have some fun, you’ll find some CRAZY deals and BELLA will step forward into her 28th year in Baker City a little lighter but feeling very appreciated.

Grazie Mille- it has been the best 27 years imaginable in this little proprietor’s life and it’s still a good ship and I still love being the captain.

hope to see you Saturday-

Beverly/BELLA Main Street Market Baker City

MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND – it’s a BELLA holiday too! Both BELLA locations will be closed on May 29th and 30th. We will be sorry to miss you but we need to take a break and look forward to seeing you again soon.

We have updated our labels for our small batch brewed Quinine Tonics. Check out the Ruby D Tonics page for more information!

Mother Earth Brew Co. consistently produces unique, quality beer at a reasonable price and the “Sin Tax” is no exception. Pours the color of deep molasses with a stiff, meringue head. The aroma of barley malt and cola is the first thing that hits you, followed by a teasing hint of peanut butter. This beer is ROBUST, with notes of peanut brittle and toffee with moderate bitterness on the finish. Note the velvety mouthfeel! I didn’t pick up as much peanut butter as I had expected, but that may not be a bad thing! Coming in at under $9, it’s a truly incredible value.