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
|Satsuma Mandarins Are Coming the Market
Schletewitz Farms is bringing Satsuma Mandarins to the market this Saturday!
Rain or Shine
– Your Market is Open
8am to Noon – Every Saturday from May to December 16, 2017
The autumnal weather can be a bit dark and wet, but Your Downtown Palo Alto Farmer’s Market is open bright and early. As we move into winter, we start featuring root vegetables, hearty greens, and fall fruit favorites like pears and pomegranates.
Mike Uno professionally sharpens knives at Farmers’ Markets around the Bay Area. Bring your blades to the Market and have them sharpened while you shop! Learn More
Enter The Pinkladies
There is no more seasonal autumn flavor than pink lady apples – available now at the market from Smit Farms. Neil and his wife Nancy Sanchez-Smit sell Pink Ladies, Fujis, Pippins, Granny Smiths, and more. For Fall, they have all these apples, flavored nuts, dried cherries. jams, all kinds of juices.