Our Markets

South Berkeley

Tuesday’s 2PM – 6:30PM

Adeline Street and 63rd Street

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North Berkeley

Thursday’s 3PM – 7PM

Shattuck Avenue @ Rose Street

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Downtown Berkeley

Saturday’s 10AM – 3PM

Center Street @ M. L. King

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Palo Alto

Sunday’s 9AM – 1PM

California Ave & El Camino

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Grand Lake

Saturday’s 9AM – 2PM

Lake Park Ave

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Temescal Oakland

Sunday’s 9AM – 1PM

North Oakland DMV

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Menlo Park

Sunday’s 9AM – 1PM

Santa Cuz @ Menlo Ave

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Ferry Plaza

Saturday’s 8AM – 2PM

Ferry Building

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  • Spring is here and summer is just around the corner! April 12, 2021
    We are working our way through our spring greens, and we have plenty of kale, collards, broccoli, cabbage and cauliflower growing nicely for your enjoyment over the next month to 6 weeks.  We also have our early tomatoes, cucumbers, summer squash and zucchini in the ground and just beginning to bloom.  We are looking forward […]
    Ken & Patti
  • Celebrate American Cheese Month with the Ferry Building and Cowgirl Creamery October 3, 2019
    October is American Cheese Month, established by the American Cheese Society to showcase North America’s delicious and diverse cheeses and... The post Celebrate American Cheese Month with the Ferry Building and Cowgirl Creamery appeared first on Ferry Building Marketplace.
    Sam Dickinson
  • Shop Sustainably, Bulk & Refill Shops in the East Bay April 14, 2021
    As we celebrate Earth Day this month, we also want to highlight and reintroduce sustainable practices. Since the start of the pandemic, disposables have made their way into our lives through increased online shopping, the inability to use reusables in… Read more »
    Andrea Tineo
  • Strawberry Kale Salad with Lemon Mint Dressing April 9, 2021
    Every spring I eagerly anticipate the arrival of strawberries at my favorite farmers market vendors.  It takes a lot of restraint to skip them the first couple of weeks when they look under ripe with white shoulders and ruby tips.  Perhaps the farmers are as…
    Deborah

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