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Broadway Farmers Market - Seattle, WA - Reviews page 1 - Judysbook

Broadway Farmers Market

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Boadway and Pine
Capitol Hill
Seattle, WA 98102
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(206) 547-2278

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Farmers' Markets

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When comparing to the other Puget Sound Farmers markets the thing that sets the Broadway market apart is that it's a year round market that doesn't close. We mainly shop here in ...

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Like that it's year round 1/3/2012

When comparing to the other Puget Sound Farmers markets the thing that sets the Broadway market apart is that it's a year round market that doesn't close. We mainly shop here in the winter and other places in the summer. more

fresh fruits,and flowers 10/22/2005

next to the fremont market, this is my next favorite farmers market in seattle. there are sooo many yummy fruits and veggies, not to mention flowers for sale. its so peaceful to just walk around and look at everything, but who can help but walk away with at least one quart of yummy organic strawberries? prices are great and it feels so good to support local farmers. more

tastes good, feels great to support local farmers 7/23/2005

i went to the capitol hill farmer's market on a sunday after staying up all night. the stands full of nectarines, raspberries, and marionberries (all organic, of course) made me feel like i was in eden. the challah i bought, while a bit on the expensive side, was some of the best i had ever tasted. i plan to go back every sunday i can. and it's great to support local farmers. more

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guilt-free organic 7/22/2005

When you go Whole Foods, what do you think about after the charm of those rows and pyramids of mangos has subsided? Maybe the free samples of nectarines and pheasant under glass that they inevitably have, but also about how you are spending billions of dollars so they can fund their unnecessary -- albeit gleaming -- rows and pyraminds that are meticulously matched to the color wheel. The farmer's market has currents, cheeses, bread, meats, and, best of all, fresh organic produce -- from three different kinds of cherries to every variety of lettuce you've stayed awake dreaming about so many years ago. As my sister said, the farmer's market has the quality of whole foods for the price of a safeway sale. More than that, however, you have the guilt-eroding knowledge that you're funding local farmers instead of some giant corporation. Take a break from having Jamba Juice in your line of vision, and go to the farmer's market. more
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