Every East Side Farmers Market

    The first wave of Farmers Markets are here! And, there’s one for every day of the week. Get a snapshot of every East Seattle Farmer’s Market, from Issaquah to Kirkland.






    Bellevue- Crossroads

    Tuesday 12-6pm June 4-Sep 24

    You can find more than just super fresh lettuce at this farmer’s market. The Crossroads market has live music every Tuesday along with plenty of local artisans. With consistent dairy vendors, smith brothers, and farmer’s with fresh berries and produce you can do almost all your weekly grocery shopping at Crossroads.

    And come hungry, because Crossroads also has several ready to eat vendors serving up a variety of dishes from tacos to Asian street food.

    The farmer’s market is held in the east parking lot of the crossroads shopping center.
    15600 NE 8th Street
    Bellevue, WA 98008



    Snoqualmie- Snoqualmie Farmers Market

    Tuesday 4-7pm July 24- August 28

    A small Farmer’s market in the Snoqualmie Ridge neighborhood with some fresh produce, local artisans and crafters.

    *Note: this is not the Snoqualmie Valley Farmers Market which is in Carnation

    Center Blvd SE Snoqualmie












    Kirkland-Kirkland Market

    Wednesday 2-7pm June 5- September 25

    Enjoy a day at the beach while shopping local produce and artisan goods.

    Marina Park 25 Lakeshore Plaza, Kirkland WA 98033











    Sammamish- Sammamish Farmers Market

    Wednesday 4-8pm May 8-Sept 25

    Come for the produce stay for the food trucks. The Sammamish Farmer’s Market has an amazing variety of international food vendors. Highlights include: Simply Desi, vegetarian Indian Street Food, Panda Dim Sum, buns dumplings and noodles, as well as Taqueria Los Chilangos.

    Located at City Hall Plaza 801 – 228th Ave SE There is limited parking at City Hall and the library during market hours. Please park at Mary, Queen of Peace Catholic Church. There is a walking path to the market for your convenience





    Bellevue- Bellevue Farmers Market

    Thursday 3-7pm May 16- Oct 10

    Come rain come shine the Bellevue market will be open! There is a new mix of artisan and produce vendors every week. You will find local seasonal goods grown and made by local PNWers just like yourself. Stop by any Thursday for great grub ready to eat or fresh ingredients guaranteed to kick dinner up a notch.

    You can find the market at 1717 Bellevue Way NE, Bellevue, WA 98004 Located in the parking lot of Bellevue Presbyterian Church








    Issaquah- Issaquah Farmers Market

    Saturday 9am-2pm May 4- Sept 24

    It’s a family affair at Issaquah’s farmer’s market. On any given Saturday, besides great fresh and local produce, you can find fun activities for kids and live music. If you are trying to grow your own produce this summer master gardeners are on site every Saturday to answer questions and help you get the most out of your garden, whatever you are growing.

    Pickering Barn

    1730 10th Ave. N.W.

    Issaquah, WA 98027




    Redmond- Redmond Farmers Market

     9:00 am to 3:00 pm. May 2nd thru October 31st

    The Redmond Saturday Market has been described as the Cadillac or farmers markets. This market has basics, fresh organic produce, artisans and food. They also have community performances and an annual zucchini 500 (left), where you have the opportunity to race your very own zucchini.

    7730 Leary Way
    Redmond, Wa 98052






    For some other great local spots check out our blogs on Boehm’s Candies and Vino Bella.


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