The Penn Quarter FRESHFARM Market is located at the north end of 8th Street, NW near E Street, NW. The Downtown Business Improvement District and the nearby merchants and residents support this producer-only farmers' market.
Delicious locally grown fruits, veggies, cut flowers, plants, handmade soaps, meats, cheeses, eggs and more are available every week. Market is open rain, snow or shine!
EBT/Food Stamps can be redeemed at the information table for fresh and healthy foods. All EBT customers and WIC/Senior coupon customers will receive Matching Dollar tokens up to $15.
Additionally, this market is one of our CSA pick up locations! Our multi-farm FRESHFARM Markets CSA is unique, because we source the produce directly from our farmers and vendors selling at our participating markets. Our full season CSA is a 20 share/23 week program, with three days of your choice to opt out. Your options of share include a medium share (5-7 items) for $25 a week/$500 total and a full share (8-10 items) for $35 a week/$700 total. Depending on what's available at a gieven market, you have the option of orderinga weekly add-on of dairy, eggs, bread or market treats for $5 a week. EBT and Matching Dollars is accepted.
For the 2015 season, the Penn Quarter FRESHFARM Market will be open April through December 17th.
Market includes "Chef at Market" cooking demonstrations as well as flower arranging, food tastings, food preservation demonstrations and activities for kids. Educational materials are available at the Market Information Table. Chef at Market demonstrations occur at 4:00pm.
Apr - Dec
Thursday: 3:00pm - 7:00pm
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Love the high-quality fruit and vegetables, cheese, bread, and prepared foods at this convenient downtown market.
It's a few block from work every Thursday and it's got amazing produce and crafts. I love buying plants for my garden in the spring and seeing what is fresh. And the cheese, oh my!
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It's a great market, in an amazing location. There's nothing like buying fresh local meats and veggies in the shadows of the National Archives and the Smithsonian Museum of American Art!