Every Sunday from 10am to 2pm, the Divisadero Farmer’s Market is live and active in the Lower Haight. Complete with live bands and all the fruit and vegetables you could hope to eat as well as baked goods, meat and seafood, dairy products and more, the Divisadero Farmer’s Market is a fabulous four hours of fun.
What to Expect at the Divisadero Farmer’s Market
Sponsored by the Pacific Coast Farmers’ Market Association (PCFMA), you can expect lots of local produce from more than 20 vendors at the Bay Area at the Divisadero Farmer’s Market. In addition to produce, you can also get dairy and eggs from Great Valley Poultry in Manteca or McClelland’s Dairy in Petaluma. Penrod and Howze Apiaries from Turlock has honey for sale, and From The Sea To You in Santa Cruz brings seafood to the market.
Home Maid Brand from South San Francisco offers specialty foods and you can get baked goods from Bakers of Paris from San Francisco and Santa Cruz’s Beckmann’s Old World Bakery. If you’re hungry for something hot and already made, you can get something from San Francisco’s Juicey Lucy’s or SF Grill.
Rain or shine, the Divisadero Farmer’s Market is open for business every Sunday for four hours.
You can also expect live music. Upcoming live musical performances include:
October 3 – The Buds
October 10 – Dave Earl
October 17 – Hirtzon
October 24 – Harry Best
Extra Bonus for EBT Users
EBT card holders have the option of purchasing tokens to use at the farmer’s market using their EBT funds. As an added bonus, if you buy $10 worth of EBT tokens for use at the Divisadero Farmer’s Market, you get an extra $5 in tokens.
How to Get to the Divisadero Farmer’s Market
The Divasadero Farmer’s Market is located at Grove Street and Haight. Any of the Haight Street buses will drop you off right next to the market.
Divasadero Farmer’s Market
Farmers and Other Producers Selling in the Divisadero Farmer’s Market