Farmers' Market

The Santa Monica Farmers' Markets are renowned for their quality and value, and the chefs of many award-winning Santa Monica and Los Angeles restaurants shop the markets weekly.

Amelia Saltsman - Author of The Santa Monica Farmers' Market Cookbook

Santa Monica Farmers' Markets

There is nothing quite like wandering the colorful aisles of the four Santa Monica Farmers' Markets. The textures, the smells, the visuals it's no wonder so many local chefs choose to cull their produce and other seasonal favorites from the Farmers' Markets.

Santa Monica's Farmers' Markets are known for their rich bounties of vegetables, baskets of freshly cut flowers, live music, breads, cheeses, and delicious food samplings and the markets are open rain or shine for your convenience. For more information about the Farmers' Markets, call 310.458.8712.

Downtown FARMERS' Market

Located on Arizona Avenue between Second and Third Streets:
Wednesdays, 8:30 am – 1:30 pm; Saturdays, 8:30 am – 1:00 pm

The Wednesday market is the largest and the one most often frequented by local star chefs. Local restaurants make weekly appearances in a food tent on Arizona Ave. You can park on surrounding streets or in parking structures along Second and Fourth Streets, or the Santa Monica Free Ride Shuttle can take you to within a block of the Downtown market.

Pico FARMERS' Market

Located at Virginia Park (2200 Virginia Ave):
Saturdays, 8:00 am – 1:00 pm

A fairly serious and businesslike market with superb produce. You can park in the lot or at the meters along Pico or adjacent to Virgina Park in the lot on the northeast corner of Pico and Cloverfield.

Main Street FARMERS' Market

Located at 2640 Main Street:
Sundays, 9:30 am – 1:00 pm

With the feel of a street fair, the market includes live music, pony rides, face painting and chefs serving breakfast, lunch and snacks. This is the only Famers' Market in Santa Monica to contain a large non-agricultural section. You can park on the surrounding street or at overflow parking at 2600 Barnard Way. Tell the attendant you're going to the Farmers' Market and validate your stub at the market information booth.



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