4.5Pike Place Market(21.8k reviews) - A Seattle Must Thursday: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM Spent More than 3 hours Farmers Markets
One of the most popular farmers’ markets in the United States, this historic century-old Seattle icon has stalls upon stalls offering fresh produce, seafood, flowers, handicrafts, and loads more. It’s in the same location as the original Starbucks and a block away from countless bars, restaurants, and cafes, as well as the infamous Gum Wall—a brick wall covered in thousands of pieces of chewing gum. travelers flock to the market to see the fishmongers toss fish to one another, a market tradition. For more elbow room, visit on weekday mornings or join a food tour that gives you early access to the market. – TripadvisorSee more..
I bought two pounds of king salmon to be shipped to nebraska.it arrived on time but was only shipped one pound.after sending out an email to the company they responded right away with a few questions.after speaking to the owner he immediately apologized and refunded my money for the ENTIRE purchase. I would highly,highly recommend buying any type of seafood from this company as they are very professional and know their business.i was very impressed with this company!See more..
4.5Esther Short Park(666 reviews) - Wonderful Uban Oasis! Thursday: 5:00 AM - 10:00 PM Spent 1-2 hours Parks • Farmers Markets
A 5-acre park in the heart of downtown Vancouver, Esther Short is the oldest public square in the state of Washington. Today the park contains a clock tower, gazebo, large picnic shelter/stage, playground, rose garden, walking paths and seasonal water feature. You will find the Vancouver Farmer's Market here on weekends mid-March through October.See more..
4.5Pybus Public Market(313 reviews) - Great place with some of our favorite restaurants and shops, we go weekly. Thursday: 8:00 AM - 9:00 PM Farmers Markets
Pybus Public Market is a destination where people gather to experience quality food, goods and services from local businesses. We host over 20 year round tenants in our building plus the Wenatchee Valley Farmers Market and a variety of local artisans.See more..
I went down to the Farmers Market one early Saturday morning in search of fresh seafood and salmon. But before going after my main goal, I walked through the entire Market and started buying a few things here and there.Ftom a few kitchen knives to some tools. Then I started getting hungry. I grabbed some hot food and from there it was salmon and shellfish time. I loaded up on clams and 10 pounds of beautiful pink salmon... It was so good it didn’t last but a few days.See more..
Port Townsend is all about local, sustainable and organic. All of that and more unite at the farmers' market. The local farmers produce some amazing food. There are also some prepared food venders with amazing products. A few crafters round out the experience. This is an all out street fair with something for everyone. Smoking and pets are not allowed. Otherwise, there is something for everyone. See more..
Great farmers market with about 50 vendors and easy parking near by - free street parking for 2 hours even at 11 am. Bathrooms with flush toilets located next to live musicians. Chairs and tables near the musicians. Fresh vegetables, fruit (berries), fresh Skyr yogurt, coffee, two wineries, scones, made fresh crumpets, ice cream, meat, seafood, cookies, caramel popcorn, hazelnuts, and food trucks (Phillipino, Mexican, pizza), and crafts including wooden cutting boards and boxes, jewelry, all natural creams, soaps, lotions, salves, and bug spray and gorgeous fresh flower bouquets. I took my time sampling, having a snack (hot crumpet with lemon curd), talking to vendors, looking at the dogs and was there for 1.5 hours. You could do it much faster if you wanted to make a quick stop. It is open Saturday 9 am - 2 pm. See more..
4.5Woolley Market(15 reviews) - Something Different Thursday: 9:00 AM - 8:00 PM Spent < 1 hour Farmers Markets This is a special place to stop in and have a healty meal and do some specialty shopping for healty food and etc.See more..
4.5Union City Market(14 reviews) - Anniversary prefunk Spent < 1 hour Speciality & Gift Shops • Farmers Markets
A year-round community gathering space offering local snacks, Art, gifts and specialty grocery items located on Hood Canal within a working marina.See more..
4.5Garden Treasures(11 reviews) - Excellent in every way Spent < 1 hour Farms • Farmers Markets
Take your family, enjoy a day - you'll find yourself returning for seasonal treats often. It being so close to our town (Everett, WA) we are able to zip down there for a date, or to pick up certified organic goodies unavailable elsewhere - or best - taking our grandchildren for fun. I think they're online so google it and enjoy a taste of really good food.See more..
4.5Bow Hill Blueberries(10 reviews) - Blueberry ice cream with blueberry cardamon sauce Spent < 1 hour Speciality & Gift Shops • Farmers Markets
Bow Hill Blueberries is the oldest blueberry farm in Skagit Valley. We're a small farm run by a small family with a big commitment to growing heirloom blueberries organically. The farm store is open year round and offers Frozen Organic Blueberries, Organic Blueberry Jam, Organic Blueberry Sauce, Dried Organic Blueberries, Organic Pickled Blueberries and Organic Blueberry Marinade. All products areSee more..
Stayed in Everett ( because downtown Seattle charges resort fees + $40/ night for parking) and went to the farmers market in the morning on a whim. It was a great market with such a great mix of fresh produce and artisian breads, jams , BBQ sauces, kombucha, wine and distillery tastings, jewelry, pottery, glass work, fresh beautiful bouquets of flowers and some of the most unique offerings I've seen at a market! And the food being served up looked amazing and just a short walk to the waterfront to enjoy your treats. A must see in the area!See more..
This is the best little town farmers market. Lots of local artists. Food, art, live music. Great little art park next to it as well. The senior thrift stores open and worth a look around as well as the community building. See more..
We have been a few times. Most recently 8/25/18. Unlike many markets, they are dog friendly. Not a huge market but plenty to browse through, several places to eat and of course all the lovely boats to see.See more..
4.5Silvana Meats(7 reviews) - Best ever Meats Spent < 1 hour Farmers Markets I have been going to this place for a long time and the meats are always fresh. we get the Steak package for BBQ and Chicken, Hamburger and Hot Dogs for the kids too. the staff is so helpful. I find it's best to go in the early afternoon or call them place an order. I'm going to get my Combo package today going to have Family BBQ it's going to be a great 4th.See more..
We wandered through the market on a Wednesday morning. I'd guess there were about 15 vendors selling a variety of items. From fresh fruit and veggies, to homemade pies and scones, to clay pots, and handmade yarn animals. There is also a man selling the freshest cantaloupe and honeydew melons out of the bed of his pick up. Definitely worth walking through. Very down home feel, and very nice engaging folks.See more..
A mix of crafts, foods, drinks. From fermented milk to distilled spirits. Bread, pastries. Glassmakers. The produce was very good, though a bit expensive. About 30 vendors. Live music. Parking is possible, but limited. And, one can combine a visit to the Farmer's market with a stroll through Winslow.See more..
5.0Gibson Produce(3 reviews) - Nice Spot, Vey Nice Owners Thursday: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM Spent < 1 hour Farmers Markets Stayed in Kittitas for Labor Day weekend and happened to stop by Gibson Produce while I was out for a run. Their pet dogs were great (and safely removed from the vicinity of the produce), the peaches were outstanding, and the folks running the place were extremely friendly. I'll stop back for sure next time I'm in Kittitas.See more..
Beautiful clean and neat shopping and attractions on the water. Really reminded me of shopping in San Diego by the piers. You could spend several hours shopping, eating, and exploring. One special item is the bike rentals for two. This is a soon to become jewel of Tacoma. While Seattle is trying to destroy their once proud city, Tacoma is really overtaking them in all ways. Spend a day, or a few hours here. You will love it!See more..
I live just a short drive from Fruit City. They are the only place I buy my asparagus in the spring. Great service. They are very knowledgeable, ask them anything and they are happy to share what they know. I just purchased beautiful tomatoes from them at a reasonable price for making salsa.See more..
This is a great little community market. It is very inviting. Things for the little kids. Shop and visit. Great food for a dinner out. I really enjoy this market, I go every year.See more..
4.5walter’s Fruit Stand(2 reviews) - Beautiful drive outside Spokane Valley to Walters! Speciality & Gift Shops • Farmers Markets
Step back in time to things that matter. A fun family adventure to pick apples, take a wagon ride pulled with tractor power and purchase a take home treat at their store. They have portable restrooms. See more..
Great selection of local produce and products. Check out the mushroom guy. “Amazing” also check out the large selection of flowers too See more..
3.5Spokane Valley Farmers Market(2 reviews) - Small but quality Thursday: Spent 1-2 hours Farmers Markets Join us at the Spokane Valley Farmers Market. Located at Spokane Valley CenterPlace in the parking lot near the Discovery Playground! Every Friday 4-8PM, June – September. Shop for local produce artisan crafts, fresh baked goods, hand crafted products, and so much more! Connect with friends and gather with neighbors, enjoy a meal, live music, artisans and the sights and sounds of your surroundings.See more..
This was such a quaint and enjoyable local farmers market. Everything was crafted locally or grown locally. I actually got to meet a lot of the farmers and talk with them about their produce. They carry whatever is in season. It helps that they had activities to keep my kids busy so they didn't complain the whole time LOL and all of the vendors are so friendly!See more..
4.0Federal Way Farmers Market(2 reviews) - Great farmers Market Farmers Markets Wonderful food selection. Indian was particularly good. and an amazing Mushroom display. Pies were perfect.See more..
5.0Imperial's Garden(1 review) - A must if you want tastes of the Yakama Valley to take with you Thursday: 8:00 AM - 8:00 PM Spent < 1 hour Farmers Markets Imperial's Garden is, simply put, a fruit and vegetable store. It is almost open air, only a roof and two walls, but it is big. This is a place where local farmers bring their produce, of all varieties, to be either sold through the store, or shipped to stores elsewhere. The type of produce they have is seasonal, since it is locally supplied. As a result it is the freshest and best, and is available in huge quantities, so you can either buy in bulk, or sift through their huge displays to pick the very best in small amounts. This is one of those places where you are bound to buy something that you didn't plan to buy, or buy far more than you planned because it all looks sooooo... gooooood.... It is one of those fun places to visit, especially if you are hungry. And I dare you to get back in your car and not jump right into eating something you have just bought. It just can't be done. MMMMM Good.See more..
5.0Franko's Farmstand(1 review) - stop for te freshest produce on your way to Ocean shores/Seabrook Thursday: 7:00 AM - 6:00 PM Spent < 1 hour Farmers Markets
we often stop at this farmstand on the way to the beach at Ocean shores for fresh reasonably priced produce. Great variety of fruit and vegetables. they also have some of the freshest tasty salsa I've ever had for chips and salasa at the beach. Check them outSee more..
A couple of bakery stalls,some produce, meat and cheese, some crafty items...and you’re done. It’s small but nice. The only ready-to-eat food choices were bbq and hotdogs so we ate downtown. The site is beautiful, sitting right on the water along a walking path. There’s plenty of covered seating and restrooms in the adjoining park. This would be a really great farmer’s market if it grew a little. See more..
4.0Stoffel Farm Shop(1 review) - Natural Pork products, and beef as well as bacons and eggs Spent < 1 hour Farmers Markets This farm shop also markets out of the Stanwood Farm Market aka Port Susan farmer markets...Chops, steaks, Roasts, and tenderloin. Specialty items such as Leaf Lard, heart, kidney, and liver. No Hormones, No antibiotics, no MSG, nitrate free bacon, free range chicken and eggs. This is a 3 gen. family farm with pick-up orders by phone "anytime".See more..
5.0Little Brother's Farmer's Market(1 review) - Fresh, Fun shopping with the Farmers Thursday: Spent < 1 hour Farmers Markets A great place to grab fresh produce, bakery items, flowers and a special bottle of brew to make your own Saturday evening meal. The fresh herbs and greens are spectacular. Each week features a tasting of a local brew (I loved Finn Hill Ciders!). And you must grab a salted caramel apple hand pie from the bakery. Tables are in the courtyard if you'd like to snack on site. Open June through mid-October.See more..
5.0The Market At Anacortes(1 review) - An excellent, full service market in Anacortes Farmers Markets We were on a three-week driving trip around Washington State and in Anacortes for the night. When we travel, we prefer finding local grocery stores where we can buy our meals and then find someplace outside to enjoy it. This is how we stumbled on The Market at Anacortes. If first impressions are lasting impressions, then this is one impressive impression. This is a stylish market that felt new. It was light and airy, and the team working there were friendly and engaging. The market itself is filled with everything you need for a meal or picnic while on the road. It would be a good place to shop for a meal should you be waiting for the San Juan ferries.See more..
The Murphentile(0 review) Speciality & Gift Shops • Farmers Markets A brand new store inside a 105 year old building. You can find what you need for camping, hunting, fishing, emergency supplies, livestock feed, herbal teas and even guitar strings. More items added each week. So be sure to come check out The Murphentile!See more..
Living Pantry(0 review) Speciality & Gift Shops • Farmers Markets The Living Pantry Refillery Marketplace, specializes in bulk foods, home goods and personal care refills. They offer sustainable alternatives to common disposable items and single-use plastics, supporting the creation of a healthier environment in your home, your body, and the planet.See more..
Vashon Island Farmers Market(0 review) Thursday: Farmers Markets Located on beautiful Vashon Island our farmers market runs every Saturday 10-3 May-September. Enjoy a short ferry ride and shop local produce and crafts.See more..
Sunday, catch the Winthrop Market from 10:00am – 2:00pm in the beautiful, shaded Winthrop Park. The market runs from Memorial Weekend to Labor Day Weekend. Visit the Winthrop Market Page to learn more and to get a vendor application.See more..