A guide to farmers’ markets in Miami

When a cool breeze begins to sweep across our sprawling county streets, squares, and parks, the allure of outdoor farmers markets grows faster than pumpkins. Here’s information on some of the best markets to find the freshest, locally grown produce, unique crafts made in Miami, and the season’s tastiest home-cooked meals. Most markets are open all year round, unless otherwise noted. It is always a good idea to check the websites of individual markets before going out, as most markets are outdoors and subject to the vagaries of the weather.

Farmers Market at Adrienne Arsht . Center

1300 Biscayne Avenue, Miami

This evening market caters to nine to five people looking to stock up on healthy fare for the rest of the next work week. About 15 vendors offer local honey, tropical fruits, and fresh flowers, among other goodies. Shoppers can also be treated to live music and workshops with food writers and chefs. Option to pre-order and pick up through Urban Oasis Project. Open on Mondays from 4-7pm (reopens in December, then year-round).

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Farmers Market at Aventura Gardens

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Farmers Market at Aventura Gardens

2360 Northeast Miami Gardens d. Miami

A product subscription club, handmade jewelry, CBD-infused yerba mate and nursery-grown plants are among the many treasures to be found at this thriving market, which seats about 35 vendors every weekend. Local musicians create the perfect soundtrack for this outdoor shopping adventure. Check the market Facebook page Food truck movie nights and other special occasions. Open Saturday and Sunday from 11 am to 5 pm

Aventura Market at Aventura Mall

19501 Biscayne Blvd. , Aventura

Every Saturday, a huge group of over 85 local vendors take over the cavernous halls of Aventura Mall. Expect coconut smoothies, keto cookies, and spiralized green mango bowls (among other delicacies). Open on Saturdays from 10am to 9pm and Sundays from noon to 8pm

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Coconut Grove Farmers Market

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Coconut Grove Farmers Market

3300 Grand Ave., Miami

This year-round market is perhaps best known for its Glaser Farms tent. This local organic and vegan food supplier offers exotic produce, pantry staples, and raw vegan treats like pancakes and ice cream. In addition, about two dozen other vendors offer prepared foods, handicrafts, honey, and more. Open on Saturdays from 10am to 7pm

Legion Park Farmers’ Market

6447 NE Seventh Ave. Miami

Favorites at this year-round market include fresh sugarcane juice, homemade Jamaican waffles, and handmade goods and clothing from 30 vendors. Legion Park provides a beautiful backdrop and playground for the kids who jump on the aforementioned sugarcane juice. The market accepts the benefits of SNAP. Open on Saturdays from 9am to 2pm

Lincoln Road Farmers Market

Between Washington and Meridian Streets on Lincoln Road, Miami Beach

To fill the space between the shops at this popular outdoor mall, more than 50 vendors at Lincoln Road Farms Market sell custom-cut and other tropical fruits, freshly baked bread, homemade ceviche, and homemade jams and jellies. Street performers from violinists to live statues enjoy as customers browse and browse. Open on Sundays from 9am to 6:30pm

Normandy Village Market at the Normandy Isle Fountain

1025 71st Street along Vendome Street, Miami Beach

Vendors in the Normandy Village Marketplace sell plants, produce, herbs, clothing, jewelry, and incense. The market is open all year round. Open on Saturdays from 9am to 4pm

Palmetto by Farmers Market in Coral Reef Park

7895 SW 152 Palmetto Bay Street

Located in Coral Reef Park, this market has grown from a few vendors to over thirty over the past year. Unique finds include delicious Korean dumplings, fresh focaccia, and locally grown aquatic mushrooms. Open on Saturdays from 9am to 3:30pm

Pinecrest Gardens Farmers Market

11000 Red Road, Pinecrest

Dozens of tents pop up in Pinecrest Gardens’ parking lot every Sunday, selling everything from Japanese onigiri to crystals to cabbage juices and fancy acai bowls. After a stroll through the market, families can venture inside the gardens to feed the fish and have fun with the water sprinklers. (The park entrance fee is $5 per person, and the market is free.) Open on Sundays from 8am to 2pm

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Redland Market Village

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The farmers market at Redland Market Village

24420 S. Dixie Highway, Redland

Four days a week, market-goers can find locally grown produce, a locally sourced fish market, handcrafted cheeses, prepared foods, bulk spices and seasonings on this 27-acre estate. Expect fewer vendors on weekdays than on weekends, when merchants fill a 20,000-square-foot facility to the brim. Bonus: For bargain lovers looking for anything from furniture to cowboy boots to “Pimp My Ride”-worthy rims, there’s also a flea market on Saturdays and Sundays. Open Thursday to Friday 11am-6pm; Saturday and Sunday from 7 am to 6 pm

South Miami Farmers Market

6130 Sunset Doctor, South Miami

This small but mighty market with less than a dozen vendors prides itself on selling authentic, locally grown organics, rather than the frizzy produce you’d find at any old grocery store. The market also accepts the benefits of SNAP. Reopens on November 13th. Open on Saturdays from 9 am to 2 pm. Free parking at South Miami City Hall at SE 72nd St.

Surfside Farmers Market

9500 Collins Ave., Surfside

This cozy market returns this fall to bring a bit of local flavor and cheer to the streets of Surfside after the apartment tragedy in July. The market offers fare from about a dozen vendors and is open every Sunday, but attendees can enjoy live music on the last Sunday of the month, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. It runs until December 26th. Open on Sundays from 10am to 4pm

Farmers’ market in Vizcaya

3520 S. Miami Ave. , Miami

At this rainy or glistening year-round event at the historic Vizcaya Farm and Village, guests will find home-baked treats, plant-based produce, and organic, local produce from Gypsy Hidden Farm among other offerings from nearly 30 vendors. Holiday markets begin in December with potters, carpenters, textile artists, and more from local artisans. The market accepts the benefits of SNAP. Open on Sundays from 9am to 2pm. Free parking in Vizcaya village.

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“I love food”: Welcome to Yellow Green Farmers Market.

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Yellow Green Farmers Market

3080 Sheridan Street, Hollywood

The Yellow Green Farmers’ Market is a sprawling weekend market well worth the trip to Hollywood. The market offers everything from fresh produce to prepared foods to exotic plants from hundreds of vendors. Additionally, the market has many beer and wine bars, giant tiki huts, and live music, making it a destination as well as a place to shop for food. Open on Saturdays and Sundays from 10am to 7pm


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