Oakland Farmers' Market

Located in the heart of Pittsburgh's Oakland neighborhood, the Oakland Farmers' Market features local farms and local producers selling a range of products including: fresh produce, beautiful cut flowers, free range eggs, artisan cheeses, fresh baked Italian bread, homemade pies and other baked goods, homemade pierogies, and various grass and forage fed meats including beef, poultry, goat and lamb. Vendors include: Dillner Family Farm, Christoff Farm and Garden, Vibo's Italian Bakery, Alaska Wild Salmon, Emerald Valley Cheeses, One Woman Farm, Stone House Mixes, Gosia's Pierogies, Sand Hill Berries, Dream Thyme Farm, Mish Farms and more.

Be sure to check out the market and support local farmers every Friday, from June 19 to November 20. The Oakland Farmers' Market will be open from 3:30 until 6:30 p.m. on Sennott Street, between Meyran Avenue and Atwood Street. Free parking is available in the adjacent UPMC parking lot.

Visit the Events section of www.onlyinoakland.org for updates.


Listing last updated on Jun 27, 2009

Schedule and Location:

Sennott Street (between Meyran Avenue and Atwood Street, Fridays, 3:30 pm to 6:30 pm

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Healthy, fresh food is hard to find in the city, and the Oakland Farmer's Market makes it easy for students like me to obtain the delicious, home-grown foods that remind me of home.

They sell reasonably priced, delicious, non-processed foods to an area full of college students hungry for just that. It's all locally grown by fantastic people who live in and care about our schools and people.

Lots of choice, great produce and fruit, friendly people, local small farmers. Just a great place all around.

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