Farmers' market

So many Farmer's markets to discover in the city. Here is a bunch of them you should love.


Ferry Plazza Farmer’s market.  

In front of the Ferry Building, 3 days a week. On Tuesdays and Saturdays, buy fresh fruits and vegies, flowers and local specialities (bread, cheese, jam...). On Thursdays, grab a bite of wood-fired pizza, sandwich or tacos prepared on the spot by local artisans. 

Ferry Building, Embarcadero. 

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Alemany Farmer’s Market

Historically the first Farmer's Market of San Francisco. A lot of fresh products, and ready to eat meals served by local artisans. Don't forget to buy a loaf of Panorama Bread, you won't find it anywhere else... Every Sunday from 7am to 3pm, the Farmer's Market transforms into a flee market.

100 Alemany Blvd (Mission/Bernal Heights).

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The Pacific Coast Farmer’s Market Association operates seasonal and permanent Farmers' markets in SF, like Fillmore, Kaiser Permanente or Divisadero. More information on the link PCFMA


Noe Valley Farmers' Market.

Small neighborhood market, in the heart of Noe Valley. Every Saturday from 9am to 1pm.

24th street, Noe Valley.

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Heart of the city Farmers' Market.

This one offers an easy to access via Public Transportation (Muni City Hall).

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Stonestown Farmers' Market.

Right in front of Stonetown galleria, close to Trader Joe’s and Macy’s, this farmers' market offers easy access and free parking. Every Sunday from 9am to 1pm.

Stonestown galleria.

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Fort Mason Farmer's Market

A market with a view! Every Sunday at Fort Mason.

Fort Mason Center, Marina & Buchanan

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