Farmer's Markets: Miami

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Does summer ever end in Miami?! Probably not! 
Thankfully, many of the Farmer's Markets in Miami are beginning to stay open year round, giving us the chance to always have fresh fruits, veggies, and homemade goods!

My favorite happens to be Pinecrest Garden's Farmers Market which is now opened year round on Sundays from 9am-3pm. If you haven't checked out Pinecrest Gardens, our suggestion is to go by early on Sunday, you will have the best choices of everything! From the french man at the beginning selling the most amazing french bread, cheese bread, apple bread, rugallah, and pumpkin the OJ/Tangerine man next to him with seemingly the freshest juice I have ever drank! The fruits/veggies inside are always fresh and organic, and there are other booths who sell homemade apple butter, fresh pasta, plants and more. If you have some time afterwards, be sure to check out Pinecrest Gardens! Peaceful walk through the many fauna/flora of Florida! 

Other year-round Farmer's Markets in Miami include:

  • Shops of Sunset Place Market: Saturdays 10-7pm
  • Normandy Village Market: Saturdays 9-5pm (at the Normandy Isle Fountain)
  • Coconut Grove Organic Market: Saturdays 10-7pm (33 & Grand Ave.)
  • South Miami Market: Saturdays 9-2pm (South Miami City Hall)
  • Upper Eastside Market: Saturdays 9-2pm (Legions Park)
  • Mary Brickell Village Market: Sundays 10-5pm
  • Lincoln Road Market: Sundays 9-6:30pm (between Meridian and Washington Ave.)
  • Homestead Harvest Market: Fridays 2-8pm; Saturdays 8-1pm (Farm at Verde Gardens 12690 SW 280 St.)
  • Government Center Metrorail Market: Tuesdays 8-5pm
  • Civic Center Metrorail Market: Thursdays and Fridays 8-6pm


susyhomemaker said...

Thanks for this great list! My husband and I recently started juicing and are looking to hit up some Farmer's markets to get fresh fruits and veggies. So this is perfect! Thanks again!