Farmers Markets

By Shayne Benowitz | Jan 4, 2018
Pinecrest Gardens Farmers Market
Organic produce and non-food items can also be found at farmers markets

From Aventura to South Dade, there are farmers markets across Miami with all the fresh produce and artisanal goods you crave.

On the hunt for food that’s fresh, local and sustainable? While there are plenty of farm-to-table restaurants in Miami, you can also go straight to the source at farmers markets throughout the city. Stock up on everything from organic produce to locally caught fish, artisanal baked goods and natural skincare products at Miami’s best farmers markets.

Miami Beach

Adrienne Arsht Center Farmers Market

Lincoln Road Farmers Market

A trip to Miami definitely calls for a stroll down Lincoln Road, the popular pedestrian mall lined with shops, cafes and art galleries. On Sundays, enjoy the Lincoln Road Farmers Market when vendors set up tables selling everything from fruits and vegetables to plants, honey, jams, empanadas and fresh fruit smoothies.

South Pointe Farmers Market

Explore the picturesque South of Fifth neighborhood, also known as SoFi, on a Saturday afternoon where you'll find the lovely South Pointe Farmers Market. Look for stands set up along the Triangle Park section of South Pointe Park near Alton Road and First Street in the fall, winter and springtime. They specialize in tasty items for breakfast and lunch from local vendors and restaurants like Crepemaker Cafe, La Provence Artisanal French Bakery & Cafe, Zak the Baker and more.

Normandy Village Farmers Market

Stop by the Normandy Isle Fountain on Saturdays for a mini farmers market where you can purchase fresh produce, juice and artisanal honey at this picturesque North Beach neighborhood. You can also buy potted plants, colorful orchids and fresh cut flowers. Don’t leave without a freshly baked empanadas for a tasty snack while you shop.


Farmers Market homemade Jelly

Aventura Mall Farmers Market

The Aventura Mall Farmers Market sets up shop by the fountain at Center Court inside the comfortable, air-conditioned confines of the mall on select weekends in winter, spring and fall. You’ll find a vast selection of vendors selling everything from freshly cut flowers and tropical plants to baked goods, fresh guacamole, cooking oils and potpourri.

Downtown Miami

Adrienne Arsht Center Farmers Market

Brickell City Centre Farmers Market

On Sundays, come out to explore one of the city’s newest farmers markets held at Brickell City Centre, the al fresco, mixed-use shopping center in the heart of Brickell. Snatch up organic produce, artisanal cheese, honey, bread, prepared foods, olive oil, orchids, empanadas and more. Afterwards, swing into Saks Fifth Avenue for a different kind of shopping excursion or catch a flick at CMX luxury movie theater.

Adrienne Arsht Center Farmers Market

Start the week on the right foot with a visit to the Arsht Center’s bustling farmers market in the heart of downtown. Held every Monday, you'll find fresh fruits and vegetables and a variety of prepared foods. They also produce an exciting calendar of seasonal workshops and cooking demonstrations from notable chefs and authors, along with live music.

Upper Eastside Farmers Market at Legion Park

Led by the Urban Oasis Project, this farmers market sells certified organic produce from Verde Farm and offers an incentive program to encourage patrons to buy fresh Florida food. The mission of this non-profit organization is to make healthy and local food options available to everyone in the community. You can do your part by shopping at their Saturday farmers market at Legion Park on the Upper Eastside.

Coconut Grove & Coral Gables

Farmers Market

Coconut Grove Farmers Market

For nearly two decades, the Coconut Grove’s Farmers Market has wooed shoppers on Saturdays with its incredible selection of fresh fruits, vegetables, spices and herbs. With wide ranging goods on offer, you’ll find everything vegan desserts to Nori wraps, Jamaican raw food and fresh baked bread. There’s also a wide variety of natural skincare products, candles and jewelry.

University of Miami Farmers Market

You’ll find the University of Miami’s farmers market between the library and the student center every Wednesday while school’s in session. Snatch up healthy items such as locally grown and organic produce, baked goods, artisanal cheeses, local honey, marinades, ceviche, pasta and more. There are also vegan and gluten free dessert options.

South Dade

Pinecrest Gardens Farmers Market

Redland Market Village

The Redland Market Village is found deep in Miami’s heartland and offers 27-acres of fresh fruit, vegetables spices, lentils and honey sourced from local farms. You’ll find a dedicated fish market where you can buy freshly caught whole fish, as well as local shrimp, crab and lobster. Another bonus is that it’s open Thursday through Sunday, so there are plenty of opportunities to stock up on all of the farm fresh goodness.

Southwest Community Farmers Market

Surrounded by the lush environs of Tropical Park, the Southwest Community Farmers Market is held every Saturday. You’ll find a wide variety of locally grown produce, freshly made ceviche, homemade pasta, baked goods, jams, empanadas, smoothies and natural skincare products.

Pinecrest Garden Green Market

The Pinecrest Gardens Green Market is situated beneath monumental, shady banyan trees every Sunday and showcases the wares of organic growers and producers. You’ll find homemade guacamole, exotic fruits, olive oil and artisan breads. If you’re really hungry, head to the food stands offering crepes, conch fritters and ribs to enjoy while you shop. You’ll also find goods like organic shea butter, medicinal herbs and books on holistic remedies.

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