About this Merchant

dZi Little Tibet

Sister and brother, Namgyal and Tharten, grow vegetables and sell their farm-to-table creations at their food cart. They would like to set up a restaurant as a gathering place for Madison’s Himalayan region communities and others interested in tasting Tibetan food and culture.

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Merchants are the heart of the Public Market. Over the coming months, the Development Team will be selecting vendors for the new Market. With over 200 existing and start-up businesses stating interest in Market retail space, the Market is sure to have a wide variety of unique, multi-cultural, local merchants. This profile is a merchant interested in calling the Public Market home.

I’m excited about building a market that highlights Madison’s diverse cultures, offers a space for business start-ups, and celebrates Wisconsin agriculture. Food brings people together and the market will be a vibrant, welcoming space for everyone: a year-round special event! - Anne Reynolds

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