Get your fill of fresh produce at one of Miami’s best farmers’ markets!
There’s no better place to get your weekly intake of fruit and veggies than a farmers’ market. Luckily, Florida’s rich and fertile soil means Miamians can enjoy some of the best, fresh produce you’ll ever find.
Mostly taking place over the weekend, there are plenty of farmers’ markets to check out in the city regardless of whether you live in Miami Beach, Brickell or Coconut Grove. Check these out.
1. Adrienne Arsht Center Farmers’ Market, Downtown Miami
Kick off your weekend right with a stroll through Adrienne Arsht Center’s Monday evening markets. Held every Monday from 4 to 7 p.m., this awesome farmers’ market is packed full of vendors offering a wide selection of organic fruits and vegetables from locally-based farms, ready-made foods, vegan treats and artisanry. It also offers the occasional workshop with food writers and chefs, live music and even cooking demonstrations!
When: Every Monday, 4 – 7 p.m.
Where: Adrienne Arsch Center 1300 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132.
2. Legion Park Farmers’ Market, Little Haiti
Ran by Urban Oasis Project, this wonderful market in Legion Park features a wide variety of tropical fruit, local veggies, and fun offerings such as crystals and oils, baked goods, fresh kombucha and an array of unique objects you won’t find anywhere else!
When: Saturdays, 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Where: 6601 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33138.
3. Lincoln Road Mall Farmers’ Market, South Beach
Enjoy your Sunday shopping by popping into Lincoln Mall Road’s Farmer’s Market. Held every Sunday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., at this cute market you’ll find all kinds of goodies including fresh fruits, vegetables, fresh-cut flowers, plants as well as other items, such as bread, honey, jams and jellies. Plus, if you get hungry you can always get a ready-made meal they have everything from ceviche to empanadas and pastelitos!
When: Every Monday, 9 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Where: Lincoln Road between Meridian & Washington Avenues.
4. Redland Market Village, Princeton
Ok so this one isn’t exactly close to the city, but it’s still totally worth checking out! Located in Princeton, Redland Market Village’s permanent market is the perfect spot at which to get all your produce right from the source. Here you’ll find plenty of fruit and veg from nearby farms as well as local produce such as lychees and starfruit, plus there are also a plant nursery, artisan market, and fish market open all year round — It’s got everything you’ll possibly need.
Where: 24420 S Dixie Hwy., Redland, FL 33032.
When: Indoor Farmers’ Market: Every Saturday and Sunday, 7 a.m. – 6 p.m.
5. Surfside Farmers’ Market, Surfside
[NOTE: Surfside Market is currently closed until further notice following the tragic events of the Champlain Towers collapse] This cute little market is held every Sunday along 95th Street between Collins and Harding Avenues and features all kinds of goodies all the way from ready-made meals such as Açai bowls to home décor and clothing. Plus it’s super cute in case you just want to stop by and enjoy your food right then and there.
Where: 95th Street, between Collins and Harding Ave.
When: Sundays, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
6. Vizcaya Village Farmers’ Market, Vizcaya Museum & Gardens
Can you think of a more idyllic location in which to get your fresh produce? ‘Cause I can’t. Set against the gorgeous backdrop of Vizcaya Museum’s hidden Vizcaya Village, the estate’s Farmers’ Market takes place every Sunday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. During Sunday mornings you’ll not only get access to up to 20 different local vendors to shop for all your needs but you’ll also get to explore the Vizcaya Village, a secret part of the famous estate comprised of 11 historic buildings which only opens to the public during market hours on Sundays.
Organizers recommend registering online through the Village’s website to help track capacity numbers and attendance. Plus, you’ll also receive the updated list of vendors, new promotions and discounts every week!
Where: 3250 S. Miami Ave. Miami FL 33129.
When: Every Sunday, 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.
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