Saturday Morning Farmers' Market in Old town Scottsdale. Farmers, specialty growers, ranchers and food producers come from all over the valley and state to participate in the fastest growing farmers market in the valley metro area.

Local guest chefs hosted by La Vida Locavore present shopping tours and cooking demonstrations during the market,.

Enjoy delicious baked breads and pastries and freshly roasted coffee at the OTFM "cafe" in the middle of the market.

Specialty foods, sauces, tamales, humus, oils, vinegars and other local and regional goodies are available every week and seasonal specialties such as flowers, cider, holiday candies and cookies are always a find!

The market is family friendly and welcomes well-mannered pets, too. Free Adjacent parking to the market; and the admission is free to the public.

Listing last updated on Jul 24, 2009

A Farmers Market in Old Town Scottsdale (OTFM). Seasonal from late October to June. Saturday mornings from 8:30 am to 1 pm in the city parking lot at Brown Ave. between 1st and 2nd street. Local producers with organic, Naturally Grown, produce, seasonal cheeses, local specialty foods, breads, salsas, tamales, and more. Ranchers with range grazed beef, pork, lamb, pastured chickens, eggs - coffees, gourmet ice cream, and hot prepared foods, make this market the Saturday destination spot.



Schedule and Location:

Scottsdale City parking lot on Brown Ave from 1st street to 2nd street.
Saturday mornings from 8:30 AM to 1 PM.



Latest Reviews


Great way to spend a Saturday morning, looking and learning about all the healthy products that is available plus buying fresh vegetables for the next few meals for the week.... [more]


this is truly a farmers market and not a craft fair! You can actually buy a wide range of goods for a great prices. McClendon's makes it the best. It is great!


First and foremost for the entertainment. Walt Pitts is an extrordinary guitar player. The produce is always fresh and the honey is great. All the vendors are very friendly as well.

See All Reviews


Products and Crops


Spring

Fall