Be patient and all the regional markets will be back, choose the location and the day!
Stroll among the local fruit and vegetable stalls, plan your meals according to what you find on the stalls! It’s a real pleasure!
Here are the places where you can enjoy buying fresh products every day of the week. They are often more than a market, a meeting place with some music and animations. Shop and have lunch there with your friends or family!
On Seattle, some markets are the whole year:
Pike Place Market: every day of course!
U-District: Saturdays 9 am-2 pm University Way NE
Capitol Hill Broadway: Sundays 11 am-3pm Broadway Ave E and E Pine Street
West Seattle: Sundays 10 am-2 pm California Ave SW and SW Alaska
Ballard Farmer Market: Sundays 10 am-3pm Historic Ballard Ave
Below is the list of seasonal markets:
Columbia City (May 8 to October 9): Wednesdays 3 pm-7pm 37th Ave S and S Edmunds St,
Lake City (June 6 to October 3): Thursdays 3 pm-7 pm NE 125th and 28th NE, next to the Lake City Way Library
Phinney (June 7 to September 27): Fridays 3:30 pm-7: 30 pm N 67th and Phinney Ave N, in upper lot at Phinney Neighborhood
Magnolia (June 1 to November 23): Saturdays 10 am-2 pm 33rd Ave W and W Mc Graw Str in the Magnolia Village
Queen Anne (June 5 to October 16): Thursdays 3 pm-7 pm West Crockett St. Queen Anne Ave North
Bellevue (May 16 to October 10): Thursdays 3 pm-7 pm 1717 Bellevue Way NE
Bellevue-Crossroad (June 4 to September 24): Tuesdays noon – 6 pm East parking lot
Kirkland (June 5 to September 25): Wednesdays 2 pm-7 pm Marina Park
Redmond (May 4 to October 26): Saturdays 9 am – 15 pm 7730 Leary Way
Issaquah (May 4 to September 28): Saturdays 9 am – 2 pm Pickering Barn 1730 10th Ave NW
Mercer Island (June 2nd to October 10th) Sundays 10 am – 3pm 7700 SE 32nd North of Mercedale Park