From the iconic Ferry Building to the underground Off The Grid, these farmer's markets are the places to visit for fresh, local food.
Ferry Building Market
Framed by its historic clock tower, the Ferry Building Market is one of the best in the country combining an expansive market for every taste and awe-inspiring architecture. Shop the world's best farmers market and create an impromptu picnic with the signature triple-cream cheese Mt. Tam from the Cowgirl Creamery on Acme Bread Company olive loaf.
1 Ferry Building, ferrybuildingmarketplace.com
The two Bi-Rite market’s boast the city’s most fun and interactive grocery shopping experience. Kitchens are set up on stages throughout, where Chefs are turning imperfect produce into delicious creations for sale at the market. Grab something from their take-out menu where everything is made with responsible ingredients.
3639 18th Street, biritemarket.com
Noe Valley Farmers Market
Located in the neighborhood’s town square (24th street between Sanches & Vicksburg), the Noe Valley Farmers Market will give you a sense of this charming community. Listen to live musicians and watch the kids dance while you shop and support small, local farmers and food vendors.
3861 24th Street, noevalleyfarmersmarket.com
Off The Grid
You can spend hours sipping cocktails and trying the overwhelming amount of food options at Off The Grid. This network of street food markets has music and a lively scene so you will feel more like you are at a party than a market. This place is a must for food truck lovers.
2 Marina Boulevard, Fort Mason Center, Building C370, offthegrid.com
North Beach Farmers Market
Providing a perfect place to get a feel for the city’s Italian neighborhood, the North Beach Farmers Market represents a dozen local farmers and includes views of the Transamerica Pyramid.
699 Columbus Avenue, facebook.com/NBFarmersMarket