There is a farmers market in the city that will blow your socks off. The Ferry Plaza Farmers Market in Embarcadero is so popular that it has become a tourist attraction. Learn more about dazzling farmers market at the Ferry Building.
The sight of this market is the Ferry Building. Opening in 1898, the Ferry Building is the focal point of this part of San Francisco.
If you come on Saturday, the much larger market is held both in front of the Ferry Building and on the back of the plaza overlooking the lovely Bay.
On the weekdays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, the smaller markets occupy the front of the building along the Embarcadero.
This epic market sells fruits, vegetables, herbs, meats and eggs from small regional farmers, many of whom are certified organic.
Each week nearly 40,000 shoppers visit this market for both the quality and diversity of its fresh farm products, as well as artisan and prepared foods.
If you’re looking for quality produce then this is the market to visit. Expect only small regional farmers and ranchers, which are certified organic.
This market is an awesome way to start your weekend. Get there early to beat the crowds, and remember to appreciate the area full of attractions.
If you like samples then this is the place for you. This market is ideal to walk and sample a variety of different foods at indoor stalls from a variety of stalls and stores.
Definitely take time to check out the floral area so you can see the gorgeous flowers at this market as well.
Learn more about the Ferry Building and this awesome market in San Francisco in this video below
1 Ferry Building
San Francisco, 94111