Best Markets in San Francisco
San Francisco boasts some of the best homegrown food in the United States, from fruit to cheese and fresh baked breads. There’s no better place to get a taste for the city than at one of the many local farmer’s markets.
Ferry Plaza Farmers Market
As the name speaks, Ferry Plaza Farmer’s Market can be found at the Ferry Building, where it’s held three times per week. Taste and buy organic food grown with love in the Bay area, with an added bonus. The sellers are providing courses in agriculture, and are always happy to tell visitors more about where the food comes from and how it’s grown. To learn more about it, take a look here.
Mission Community Market
You can easily find this place by walking through Mission quarter. At the market, you’ll find delicious homemade food and natural beauty products. In buying from this market, you’ll be contributing to improving the educational facilities in the neighborhood. Find more about it on their website.
Alemany Farmers Market
Every Sunday morning, the vendors from Alemany Farmers’ Market are there to share their care and support to a healthy life. Situated in a central location, this market is the oldest institution of this kind, growing faster and bigger with every occasion. You can read more about its history and purpose here.
Fillmore Farmers Market
If you are a jazz lover, this is the place to go. Fillmore Farmer’s Market collaborates with the Fillmore Jazz Preservation District Merchants Association in order to support young local jazz musicians. Plus, all produce sold here is organic. To learn more about the jazz program, click here.
Castro Farmers Market
Castro Farmer’s Market is one of the most joyful market places in all of San Francisco. Cheery farmers sell not only fruits and vegetables, but also fresh seafood, honey produced in the area, homemade soaps and more. Learn more about this colorful place here.
SoMa StrEatfood Park
Innovating the local food market, these vendors sell out of their trucks. In the SoMa neighborhood, the vendors rehabilitated an industrial space in order to sell fresh, organic products. Plus, they’re out in the street seven days a week promoting local musicians and comedians. Once a week the vendors host a happy hour with beer and sangria, with the motto “come one, come all.” Read more about it here.
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