The Farmers' Market Cooperative of East Liberty is a permanent, indoor farmers' market open every Saturday year-round, from 5 am to 12 noon. We are located in the East Liberty neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, making us the only year-round market operation in our fair city. We are one of the only sources of locally grown meat and fresh produce during Pittsburgh's winter months.

History and Background We are the oldest continuously operating market in western Pennsylvania. The first day of operation was July 5th, 1941- so we are over 70 years old.

Being a "cooperative", the market is owned by the farmers. Historically, the market had a larger number of owners, but now the ownership group includes 4 active farming families. They are:

  • The Kennedy family- John and Val and their 3 children- operate the J. L. Kennedy Meat Stand
  • Rick Zang- owner of Zang's Greenhouse
  • Tim and Suzanne Hileman- owners of Kistaco Farm
  • Ina and John Greenawalt and children Brian and Melanie- owners of Greenawalt Farms
  • The market also includes a number of other vendors that help bring a diversity of products to the market each week.


    Listing last updated on Jul 19, 2014

    Schedule and Location:

    North Beatty & Ansley Streets Saturday, 5:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

    Latest Reviews

    As the season progresses, the variety of vendors and the quality of food. The vendors are all friendly and very helpful. The pride they take in their offerings is wonderful.

    I find the freshest produce there. They also are very economical. They are an asset to the community.

    See All Reviews