The Encinitas Station Farmers Market is comprised of 40+ vendors selling local farm fresh produce, specialty meats and cheeses in addition to an array of artisan products including breads and gluten-free goods. There is even be gelato to cure that sweet tooth! There are incentives for those walking, biking, or riding the Coaster to the… Read more »
Posts Categorized: Farmers’ Markets
The Vista Farmers’ Market the oldest market in San Diego County and has a variety of local, small, unique farmers selling seasonal fruits (subtropical and traditional), vegetables, flowers, plants (herbs, vegetables, flowering, fruit), dates, dried fruit, and more. We also have the first winery at a Farmers’ Market in the county, cheese from one of… Read more »
San Diego County’s newest farmers’ market is also Valley Center’s first! This Certified Farmers’ Market is a weekly event not to be missed. With an enormous variety of great, healthy food displayed alongside original crafts and artwork, Valley Center residents and visitors will agree that on Thursday afternoons, the Valley Center Certified Farmers’ Market is… Read more »
The Scripps Ranch Farmers’ Market & Family Festival is open every Saturday, rain or shine, from 9 am to 1 pm at the Ellen Browning Scripps Elementary School in Scripps Ranch. It has a combined a Certified Farmers’ Market, with Arts, Crafts and Commercial Vendors, and a Family Festival, including a large Children’s Fun Zone,… Read more »
San Diego’s most eclectic Farmers’ Market is The East Village Farmers’ Market, which features some of the best and freshest fruits and vegetables San Diego County has to offer. And because we are a certified Farmers’ Market, all our fruits and vegetables are locally grown by local farmers who sell directly to you, the consumer…. Read more »
Every Saturday from 8am to noon in Pacific Beach you can catch the Farmers’ Market in the Promenade Mall on Mission Blvd (that’s between Reed and Pacific Beach Blvd). and get some great So. Cal. produce.
Every Wednesday from 4-8pm, and 4-7pm in winter, on Newport Avenue between Cable and Bacon Streets in Ocean Beach, don’t miss your opportunity to purchase the freshest, and most delicious locally grown produce, art, flowers, and more! And the music can’t be beat!
The Otay Ranch Certified Farmer’s Market boasts an incredible community of family farms that make this market a local Tuesday tradition for all. Come every Tuesday, 4pm – 8pm on Main Street. Enjoy a market that’s easy to get to, with plenty of parking, and the freshest produce of the season grown by local farmers…. Read more »
The Farmers Market has returned to North Park! Come out and join us every Thursday at the new location in the parking lot behind CVS (32nd Street and University Avenue). The market takes place every Thursday, rain or shine, and will be open from 3p.m. to sunset in the spring and summer; winter and fall… Read more »
Every Sunday, the upper playground at La Jolla Elementary is transformed into a colorful, friendly and wholesome Farmer’s Market. Come and experience the community feel, live music, colorful and creative artisans, diverse Food Court for lunch, and Certified Farmer’s Market fruits, vegetables and flowers. There’s always free parking and we’re open rain or shine!
This Certified Farmer’s Market has been open since June 26, 2005! It takes place every Sunday from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm at the Paul Ecke Elementary School, 185 Union Street (Corner of Vulcan and Union) and is sponsored by a partnership between Paul Ecke Central PTA and Leucadia 101 Main Street.
The Downtown Escondido Certified Farmers’ Market and Other Purveyors, an open-air marketplace celebrating 15 years of operation, is located in the heart of the historic Downtown Commercial and Antique District of Escondido. Local small farmers and California growers sell the freshest seasonal fruits and vegetables, flowers, herbs, nuts, eggs and honey. Other vendors offer gourmet… Read more »
The Del Mar Farmers’ Market continues to proudly boast of its international cuisine, wide range of art and gifts from around the world, regularly scheduled special events for the family and outdoor flavor, not to mention the freshest and finest meats, poultry, seafood, produce and flowers. Every Saturday from 1-4pm in the City Hall Parking… Read more »
Coronado’s own Farmers’ Market is a Tuesday tradition in Coronado. Fresh produce, flowers, eggs and plants for sale by local growers from all over San Diego County. Tuesdays from 2:30pm – 6:00pm at the Coronado Ferry Landing In the parking lot of the Il Fornaio Restaurant.
SOUTH BAY The Farmer’s Market & Open Air Bazar for Chula Vista is located at Center St and Third Ave. and hosted by the Downtown Business Association. Chula Vista’s Third Avenue Farmers Market is Certified and South County’s Original Farmer’s Market! Purchase fresh vegetables, fruits, flowers and plants directly from local farmers. The Farmers Market… Read more »
The Carlsbad Village Farmers’ Market is California Certified which means you are guaranteed to get the freshest fruits, vegetables, plants and flowers from local farmers. We also have numerous specialty food vendors selling homemade and imported items including salsa, cheese, granola, popcorn, fresh-squeezed juice, olives and olive oil, seasonings and mixes, tamales and burritos, breads… Read more »
Visiting one of the Farmers’ Markets in San Diego County allows you to experience agriculture. These Farmers’ Markets are certified by the State, ensuring that the produce is being sold by the grower, is grown in California and meets all California quality standards. These criteria ensure that you receive the freshest produce for the right… Read more »
Fresh garden-to-table locally grown fruits and vegetables. Delicious, locally raised, hormone free meat. Locally made artisan cheese. Fresh artisan breads and pies.Culinary herbs. Exotic, hard-to-find plants. Organic fruit preserves and butters. Sweet honey and bee pollen. Greek style olive oil and mouth-watering olives. Hand-made Peruvian chocolates. Heavenly sweets and confections. Organic teas and beverages. Tasty… Read more »