San Francisco January 28, 2017
These 11 Incredible Farmers Markets In San Francisco Are A Must Visit
When you visit San Francisco you can find a wide variety of fresh produce, greens, herbs, avocados, peaches, farm fresh eggs, meat items, and locally grown products. However, the difficulty is with picking a market to shop. Now, if you want to get the nitty gritty on farmers markets in the 415 then read on. Finally, here are 11 incredible farmers markets in San Francisco that are a must visit:
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1. Alemany Farmers Market: 100 Alemany Blvd
The Alemany Farmers Market is the oldest farmers market in the Bay Area, and often nicknamed the "People's Market." This market offers a variety of eggs (duck, quail), a fresh fish market with live shellfish as well as a more authentic market vibe.
2. Ferry Building Farmers Market: 1 Ferry Building
This is a very popular market located at the Ferry Building. This farmers market has everything, even great views too! You'll find lots of different types of fruits, vegetables, flowers, plants, and homemade products. The Hours are 8/10 A.M. - 2 P.M. Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday.
3. Clement Street Farmers Market: 200 Clement Street
A lively and reasonably priced farmers market with organic produce, bakeries and D.I.Y. weekend hobbyists, and a popular Indian food vendor from Monterrey. This is a more local market and especially good for Asian cuisine.
4. Heart of the City Farmers Market
This Farmers Market isn't as hip or touristic as the Ferry Building, and not as big as Alemany but it's great for an afternoon stroll. have a fish stand, and the market is open Wednesday and Sunday.
5. Crocker Galleria Farmers Market: 50 Post Street
Incredible setting for this market, as it is located in downtown within the galleria. The Crocker Galleria market is every Thursday from 11 A.M. to 3 P.m.
6. Fillmore Farmers Market:
The Fort Mason Center Farmers Market is held at this historic area with over 35 Farmers and numerous organic options. This farmers market is held every Sunday, 9:30 A.M. to 1:30 P.M.
7. Castro Farmers Market: 288 Noe Street
Visit this dynamic market in a historical neighborhood. The market takes place Wednesdays from 4-8 P.M. Good selection of fruits, vegetables, eggs, meat, seafood, and a little of everything.
8. Noe Valley Farmers Market: 3861 24th Street
A well respected market with musical entertainment, and a few food vendors. You'll find a reasonable selection of fresh organic produce.
9. Divisadero Farmers Market: 700 Divisadero Street
Divisadero Farmers Market is on Sundays from 10 A.M.-2 P.M. You can visit the
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10. Stonestown Farmers Market: 3251 20th Avenue
This is the best family oriented market according to some in San Francisco. The market is held every Sunday from 9 Am to 1 PM.
11. Mission Bay Farmers Market: 4th Street at Gene Friend Way
This market is held every Wednesday from 10 AM to 2 PM. This is a newer market with lots of fruits and veggies, but as well a couple hot food and vegan booths.
Do you have a favorite farmers market? Let us know your favorite and why in the comments. Also,
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