Chula Vista Farmers' Market

The Chula Vista Third Avenue Farmer�s Market is still the place to go for the freshest, most nutritious produce available in the South County. Every Thursday, from 3:00 to 7:00 p.m. at Third Avenue and Center Street certified farmers display their freshly harvested produce before hundreds of lucky community members.

Shopping the farmer�s market each Thursday allows you to get the best of what the season has to offer. Berries, stone fruits, a variety of tomatoes, leafy greens, and an array of vegetables are brought to this highly spirited community gathering directly from the certified farmers themselves. Produce is often picked the same day as the market, ensuring the best taste and the most nutrients for the lucky purchaser.

If you�re hungry for more than fresh produce, check out the many gourmet food booths available with made to order meals, snacks and treats. Let the food court be your passport to specialties from all over the world. Indulge your taste buds with cuisines from France, Mexico, Africa, the Mediterranean, the Philippines and America. These unique foods made available are of the highest quality from talented food artisans.

Once you�ve picked your produce and gobbled your goodies, stroll the many craft booths at the market. Genuine handcrafted items from local crafters range from crochet items, jewelry, candles, clothing and many more desirables.

The current extended summer hours will last through October.

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Listing last updated on Aug 25, 2009

Schedule and Location:

3rd and Center Street, Thursday, 3:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.



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At the Chula Vista Farmers market, I find more fresh, tasty fruit and vegetables than anywhere else! The abundance of food vendors is also great for afternoon munchies.... [more]


The products are varied and fresh, the vendors helpful & the location convenient.


This farmer's market has such a great, relaxed atmosphere and friendly vendors. Plus, it's always great to know you're buying local.

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