The largest network of farmers markets in the Chesapeake region, operating 11 vibrant producer-only farmers markets in DC, MD and VA.
Fresh fruits, vegetables etal...
Really great market. Come on Saturday for best pickings!
Better even than eastern market.
Great samples! Some places take cards, but not all. Expensive but worth it. No coffee vendors at time of writing though 😓. Great way to spend a Sunday (8-1).
Always pleasant (:
All of the butchers accept credit cards, so save your tokens.
Sunnyside Organic farm is da bomb!
No dogs allowed :(
Clare's Camembert is pricey but SO worth it
I got yelled at by an apple vendor for asking a stupid question when I asked "what are your best apples today". Can we not act like Portlandia?
INCREDIBLE! By far the best Farmers Market in DC HUGE!...love )the samples! Get there early, it gets crowded :
Supposedly dogs aren't allowed but I saw many and wasn't asked to leave with my pup (yay), great farmers market all around
Mira corn is in. The best.
Get here early, easier to find what your looking for!
Head to Tree and Leaf Farm for amazing tomatoes, kale and salad mix!
Chris Marketplace crab cakes, freshly baked today, lump $5
Clare's Camembert is pricey but SO worth it.
Ecofriendly farms is the best for fresh meat!
Fresh vegetables, and fresh fruit. Always in your diet!
Probably the best farmer's market in the DC area. Go EARLY when the weather is warm. Hot pavement + crowds in the summer can make the market unbearable.
Lots of organic vendors...a great way to spend your Sunday afternoon...
Bring your wallet.
Fresh produce, beautiful flowers and fresh French pastries and even empanadas! :) Run across to Starbucks, grab a cup of joe and relax at the Circle! Sounds like a legendary Sunday ritual :D
Apple cider. Get it.
An awesome sunday market... The only one in DC that is year round.... But be wise, go early to snag the best items.... Around 11am this place is a mad house. Go early and take ur time!
Get some honey crisp apples
Fresh everything-- butter, eggs, buffalo, steamed crabs, orchids-- lots of good stuff. Sun. 9-1.
A year-round farmers market located right next to the Dupont Circle Metro Station, making it very convenient.
A great place to get wonderful deals on fresh produce for blending and making fresh baby food. Take singles as the vendors run out of change.
Ask for "seconds" on fruits and veggies get great discounts!
The custard chocolate chip croissant at the patisserie is a must!
Floradise Orchids is a spectacular addition to the market. Plants are stunning and make great gifts already in decorative pots.
Toigo Farms Birth of Pain Bloody Mary mix, awesome for sinus infections (Tomatoes for Vitamin C, Horseradish to clear the sinuses)
So happy we can still get local goods in winter. Hooray!
Opens a hour later during the winter. Stay in bed just a little longer on Sunday!
Get here early for the best produce and flowers. It goes fast
The Creamery's pumpkin yogurt drink - excellent! Like drinking pumpkin pie. Yummy!
The creamery's pumpkin yogurt drink (seasonal) and chocolate milk (regular) are AMAZING--have to get a few every week to last in the house!
Clear Spring Creamery yogurt drinks are amazing!
Please don't talk on the phone or wear head phones! It makes hard to serve you;) TY!
Open year round, rain or shine, over 30 local farmers sell their wares and set out lots of yummy samples for kids. Powered by ParentsConnect.com
Go to the Bonaparte Breads vendor -- best baked goods, ever! Grab a coffee. Eat on bench at Dupont Circle. You're in heaven!
Now that it's spring/summer get here early. All the good stuff is gone quick. Come late to enjoy the crowds. For more items and good prices try a market during the week.
Look for vendor named "The Copper Pot." Italian chef offering homemade pasta, sauces, and preserves. Favorite is Concorde Grape and Grappa Jelly. Alcohol makes every thing better, even grape jelly.
If you need some good local produce during the week, check out the Silver Spring Food Co-Op open 7 days a week