San Francisco March 26, 2017
A Trip To This Marvelous Outdoor Market Is Unlike Any Other In San Francisco
Are you looking for a wonderfully beautiful and fun outdoor market? Check out the Fort Mason Center Farmers Market. This is a market that attracts predominately locals, so you get to the “real” side of San Francisco. This marvelous outdoor market is in a less touristy area with a beautiful view. Let’s learn more about this wonderful neighborhood market perfect for inspired eating and fun!
The Fort Mason Center Farmer's Market is located at Buchanan St. & Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94123 in the Marina District.
Fort Mason is a former United States Army post located in the northern Marina District, alongside San Francisco Bay. Fort Mason served as an Army post for more than 100 years.
This fabulous outdoor market is only open once a week on Sunday from 9 am to 1 pm.
Get a chance to meet and talk to local farmers about their harvest techniques, their favorite family recipes and more at this market.
Walk around the market and enjoy all of the samples. You can enjoy everything from crepes, pastries, to food trucks!
Expect fruits and vegetables that are picked just hours before the farmers market opens as well.
As well as farm-fresh fare, you can expect to see locally made goods like interestingly shaped soap!
Scout the market for the best fruit, veggies, wine, honey, flowers, roasted chicken and don't forget to enjoy the colorful scene here as well.
If you come to Fort Mason just for the views you'll be happy. This farmers market has the most beautiful view in the city.
Enjoy Tulips from Thomas Farm at the Fort Mason Market too!
Before you leave, take time to appreciate the free music and good vibes here at the market. This a perfect spot to enjoy the many benefits of being in a culturally exciting place like San Francisco.
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