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Ferry Plaza Farmers Market - 5 Reviews - Ferry Bldg, San Francisco, CA - Farmers' Markets Reviews - Phone (415) 291-3276

Ferry Plaza Farmers Market

Ferry Bldg
San Francisco, CA 94111
(415) 291-3276
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I am not just bragging about the Ferry Marketplace Farmer's market because I live in the City, but because I have never encountered such a well-rounded place to buy tasty seasonal...


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(SF) Head to the Organic Farmers Market for lunch 7/12/2006

Located in the Embarcadero, the newly renovated Ferry Building Farmers Market is a great place for a quick bite. They housed organic products: produce, cheese & dairy, mushrooms, bread, meat, confectionery, pattiserie (french cookie vendor) and garden plants. It is very clean, affordable and affords a great view of the water. Hours: The local farmers and street vedors set-up stands outside on Tuesday and Saturday between 8-2pm. Vendors inside the building are open all week. Outside vendors peddled wares from fused glass jewelry, silver jewelry, rock engravings to oil paintings. The produce vendors outside seemed cheaper than those inside. I enjoyed a sample of walnut peanut brittle at the peanut stand. Next to the knife sharpening stand is a Mexican food stand with amazing vegan tamales ($3.50). If facing the ferry bulding, she is on the end on the left. Take cash. While most vendors take credit cards, they have minimum purchase amounts. There is a Bank of America ATM inside the Ferry Building. For more info visit: more

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A yummy array of goodies 6/15/2006

This marketplace is a favorite among locals and tourists alike. The shops you find here celebrate fine foods in all forms, from fresh produce to gourmet cheeses and fresh seafood. And the restaurants and cafes are sure to please, reflecting to tasty diversity of San Francisco. more

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Ferry Plaza Farmers Market 5/6/2006

"The Ferry Plaza Farmers Market is a California certified farmers market operated by the Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture (CUESA)." Ok, that's from the website, which I thought was worth adding, because basically, what that means is this Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday weekly open-air market is an association of lots of local farmers and other food artisan types who all get together to offer their best. And it's all food that you can feel good about. You'll know where it came from and how they grow it. That's actually the mission of this unique Farmer's Market experience, to educate you with all sorts of information, cooking demos, interviews and other programs that are free and open to the public. But if you just want to buy a perfect tomato, you can do that too. more

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ferry building 8/25/2005

The ferry building is a great addition to the downtown area of San Francisco. Along with the farmers market, the building also holds a nice collection of restaurants (slanted door!), gourmet food shops, bakeries, seafood shops, and some of the best gelato in the city. A very nice place to spend a morning browsing through, or to have cocktails with your coworkers on a Friday night. more

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The best farmer's market in the U.S. by far!! 8/21/2005

I am not just bragging about the Ferry Marketplace Farmer's market because I live in the City, but because I have never encountered such a well-rounded place to buy tasty seasonal produce such as donut peaches and hummus spread. There are also local artists on hand who paint unique pictures of the Golden Gate Bridge and jewelery makers who offer their own take on vintage jewelery. The sun always shines in this area, so it makes it a perfect place to eat your goodies outside. Afterward, you can head to the Ferry Building for more art and wine shops, or you could head to the Embarcadero Center for retail shopping. The Farmer's Market has it all, and you can't beat local California fresh produce! more
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