Capitol Market

Capitol Market is located in a renovated freight station from the 1800's. Eclectically designed to capture the essence of an outdoor farmers' market and host to many indoor specialty shops featuring fresh simple food fare to gourmet pleasures with a full-scale restaurant featuring fine Italian cuisine. Open Daily Year Round with sesonal community events.

Listing last updated on Sep 3, 2008

Capitol Market features over 30 West Virginia greenhouse growers, farmers and nurseries for an abundant selection for your garden and home favorites!

The indoor portion of the Market has a wide variety of specialty offerings to include a cafe, butcher shop, chocolate shop, wine and cheese shop, fish market, west virginia foods, book store and produce shop.

Our Market is truly are one-of-a-kind in the state of West Virginia!



Schedule and Location:

January - March 10am to 6pm Monday - Saturday and Noon to 5 pm on Sunday

April - November 9 am to 6pm Monday - Saturday and Noon to 5pm on Sunday

December 1-23- 9 am to 7 pm Mon/Tue/Wed
9 am to 8 pm Thur/Fri/Sat
Noon to 5 pm Sunday

Closed:
New Year's Day
Easter
Memorial Day
Independence Day
Labor Day
Thanksgiving
Christmas



Latest Reviews


The Capitol Market is a lovely spot to take a walk and catch some lunch if you work downtown BUT the Capitol Market lacks for local/organic sustainable products.... [more]


I haven't been overly impressed with this market. They sell a lot of stuff indoors and out but it's more stuff then produce. Produce is only available in the summer.... [more]


Supports the local farmers/growers so good for the local economy, reduces long distance shipping so good for the environment, good fresh produce & products so good for the people!

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From Our Blog

What do you like about Capitol Market?

2008-11-06

We love to hear from our visitors, shoppers and customers...tell us what you like (or dislike) about Capitol Market.  This is our first blog and we are thankful to Local Harvest for the opportuntiy!  What would you like to talk about?


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