Access to fresh and seasonal vegetables, all picked within 48 hours of being at the market, really sets our products apart. Now that we’re transitioning from Summer into Early Fall – the seasonality of our produce vendors is already in its second phase. As cherries and asparagus have finished up, apples and grapes and sweet dry-farmed tomatoes slide into our stands to take their place.Learn more about Seasonality at the Farmer’s Market
Our Sweet Corn Vendor’s Season is Coming to an End!
Only three more weeks to enjoy fresh sweet corn at the market, their last day will be September 2nd.
Music @ The Market
August 19th, Gaby Castro
9:30am to Noon!
Bay Area native Gaby Castro plays guitar, ukulele, mandolin and more. Learn More
Sure Sign of Summer? Squash Blossoms!
Along with the arrival of summer squashes this season are their dainty, edible flowers. The bright orange blossoms sold at the Downtown Palo Alto Farmer’s Market are generally from zucchini plants, though the flowers of other summer squashes may be eaten, as well. Learn More