University District Farmers Market

Seattle's oldest and largest "farmers-only" neighborhood Market hosts over 60 local farmers and food vendors. EBT (SNAP) accepted. Featured are seasonal fresh fruit and vegetables from both sides of the state, herbs, wild mushrooms, farmstead cheeses, organic meats, poultry and eggs, hazelnuts, cider, local seafood, fresh pasta, honey, flowers, nursery stock, wine, and fresh bread and baked goods. Shoppers can enjoy performances by local musicians, our popular "celebrity chef" cooking demos, and expert gardening advice from Master Gardeners.

Listing last updated on Mar 5, 2013

Fresh, local produce, dairy, meats and seafood at Seattle's "farmers-only" markets.



Schedule and Location:

Saturdays 9 a.m. - 2 p.m on the "Ave" at the corner of University Way NE and NE 50th Street; Outdoors, Year-round.



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1. Wide selection - dry farmed apricots - the way they used to be; Japanese vegetables; raw milk 2. Vendors who take the time to explain how they make the honey; how they deal with pests and weather; how to prepare the food; they care - and you know how fresh your food is. 3. Open year-round


The University District Farmers Market offers a huge variety of fresh produce--vegetables & fruit--as well as artisanal baked goods, seafood, meat, cheeses, and pasta.... [more]


Large amount of varied organic and natural foods. It is large and vigorous and open year-round.

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