City Hall Farmers Market
Eating local begins with you
Seattle City Hall hosts an annual summer Farmers Market through a partnership with Pike Place Market. This brings fresh local produce to downtown residents and workers and provides an abundant selection of just-picked fruits and vegetables, artisan foods, baked goods, locally raised meat, honey, nuts, preserves and locally grown flowers in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.
Stop by the Farmers Market to take home some of the best produce Washington has to offer.
The Seattle City Hall Farmers Market is located at 600 4th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98104. Available dates may vary.For 2017, the market will run from May 30 through October 10 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. every Tuesday.
To learn more about the Farmers Market, click here or on the image to the right.
Local Farmers Markets
King County has more than 30 farmers markets. Few places do food better than King County, with more than 100 products grown here. Whatever your reason for buying local—supporting local farmers, sourcing what’s fresh and in season, better nutrition, or advocating for food access—visiting a farmers market is a great way to start. Find the location of your nearest farmers market here.