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13 Best Farmers Markets in Miami For Fresh Local Produce

13 Best Farmers Markets in Miami For Fresh Local Produce

We won’t lie to you – Miami farmers’ markets are some of the best in the country. The blistering heat throughout the year in Florida means that there is often quality produce that you can buy in-season year-round when those same foods would have been off the shelves for months in other states. Plus, the Miami residents’ desire for quality food means that some amazing producers love selling their goods through the various farmers’ markets here.

Honestly, there are dozens and dozens of farmers’ markets in Miami.  It was hard, but we’ve narrowed our list down to the top 13.

Before diving in, we want to let you know that almost all Miami farmers’ markets happen on weekends. So, apart from one or two markets, the week is virtually ‘dead’ for fresh produce (unless you head to a store), but once the weekend rolls around, you’ll be spoiled for choice.

Our Favorite Miami Farmers Markets

Multi-Day Farmers Markets in Miami

Let’s kick off this list of farmers markets in Miami that happen more than once per week. We’ll tell you exactly when these markets occur so you know when to head there!

1. The Aventura Market at Aventura Mall

The Aventura Market at Aventura Mall
Farmers Market at Aventura Mall | Dreamstime/Felix Mizioznikov

Where: 19501 Biscayne Boulevard, Aventura, FL 33180

When: Saturdays & Sundays, mall opening hours (they change throughout the year).

Why visit:

The Aventura Market is one of the largest farmers’ markets in Miami. The market takes up almost all of the two bottom floors of the mall. Not only will you find tons of fresh produce available, but also a wealth of other market goods.

This means health & beauty products, pet products, and a whole lot more. Oh, and because this is a shopping mall, you can enjoy some of the most fantastic food, with multiple delicacies. Once you’re done with the market, you can go and explore the rest of the mall!

Famous for:

This is famous for being one of the largest farmers’ markets in Miami. It also takes up a couple of floors of the mall, so if you feel like some weekend retail therapy, this is where you’ll need to be. El Coco Loco Frio will give you almost all the fresh produce, and make sure that you check out Ciabella Bakery for all your baked foods.

2. Yellow Green Farmers Market

Where: 3080 Sheridan Street, Hollywood, FL 33021

When: Saturdays & Sundays, 10 a.m. to 6.30 p.m.

Why visit:

You’ll need to head slightly outside Miami for this farmers’ market. Not too far, though. It’s just Hollywood. Yellow Green Farmers’ Market is a true farmers’ market.

Every single stall that you see inside this building is owned by a different vendor, and they rotate regularly, so you never quite know what you’ll see this week.

One thing is for sure, though: you’ll get plenty of entertainment. In fact, almost all of the day will have live music, and there will be plenty of activities to keep your children entertained.

Famous for:

Live music & children’s activities every single weekend. There are regular chef demonstrations, so you can learn how to cook the food regularly consumed in South Florida and beyond. 

3. Redland Market Village

Where: 24420 S Dixie Hwy. Redland, FL, 33032

When: Thursday, Friday (11 a.m. to 6 p.m.), and Saturday & Sunday (7 a.m. to 6 p.m.).

Why visit:

The Redland Market Village is one of the most popular Miami farm markets, and it is one of the only big farmers’ markets available on the weekdays, so it is fantastic if you want to pick up a decent midweek meal or two.

Honestly, it doesn’t matter about the day you head to the Redland Market Village. It is always packed to the brim with the freshest produce and the tastiest prepared meals that you can find in the Miami area. When we say everything, we really mean that it has everything.

While the traditional farmers’ market will mostly be freshly ground produce, Redland Market Village has this and a little more. For example, you can pick up fresh fish right here, beautiful spices, and even some plants and flowers. It is a fun day out for the entire family, even better if you want to cook with fresh ingredients.

Famous for:

While Redland Market Village is open 4 days a week, most people head here on Saturdays and Sundays. This is because Redland Market Village will always have a flea market running on those two days, which gives you more of an opportunity to grab some awesome stuff.

4. Lummus Park Artisanal Market

Where: Lummus Park, between 6th and 8th Street, Miami Beach, FL

When: Saturdays & Sundays, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Why visit:

We don’t think a farmers’ market in Miami is in a better position than the other found in Lummus Park. You’re within walking distance of the beach and get exhilarating views over the area.

This farmers’ market is slightly different from other Miami farm markets. This is because Lummus Park tends to focus on artisanal products. Now, don’t get us wrong. You’ll enjoy fresh culinary delights from Florida farms if you head here.

However, the market is more about sampling international food and dishes. For example, some of the current vendors at Lummus Park include Argentinian steaks, Mexican tacos, and more.

Basically, it is going to be a great place to head if you are hanging around the beach and feel like picking up a snack or two at the weekends.

Famous for:

The market is renowned for its international cuisine. Highlights include Sandra’s Mexican Tacos and the Argentinian Steakhouse. Fresh local produce is provided by JRA Produce.

Saturday Farmers Markets in Miami

5. Coconut Grove Farmers’ Market

Where: 3330 Grand Avenue, Coconut Grove, 33133

When: Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Why visit:

If you’re looking for a quality Saturday farmers market in Miami, this may be a better choice. This is because the market is open until late evening, which is especially rare for a weekend market. Oh, and it doesn’t open until 10 a.m., so you can stay in bed for a few extra hours.

The market is packed to the brim with fresh produce, including some fantastic raw pizzas and even a salad bar. You’ll also find pantry goods to load up your pantry with. Just one farmer shows their wares here – Glaser Organic Farms.

Famous for:

The market is famed for its vast selection of products. This is one of only a few farmers’ markets where you can pick up some dried pantry goods (not everything is fresh). It can also make up amazing salad bowls for you.

Read More: Best Farmers Markets in the USA

6. Legion Park Farmers’ Market

Where: 6601 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, FL 33138

When: Saturdays, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Why visit:

The Legion Park Farmers’ Market is the brainchild of the Urban Oasis Project. In fact, they have a few Miami farmers’ markets to their name. The goal of this non-profit is to provide easier access to fresh, affordable food for residents around Miami.

This means this may be the ideal farmers’ market if you are looking for fantastic produce at insanely low prices. They also sell many fermented goods, soaps, baked products, and more.

One of the great things about the Legion Park Farmers’ Market is that not only do they accept SNAP, but they will double all SNAP benefits to ensure that those on the SNAP program will have access to delicious food.

Famous for:

The market focuses heavily on local producers and is a community market for those who struggle to have access to fresh food. They are one of only a few markets that allow you to preorder your food online, making it easier to score the best produce. Vendors rotate.

7. South Miami Farmers’ Market

Where: 6130 Sunset Dr, South Miami, FL 33143

When: Saturdays, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Why visit:

This is another farmers’ market that has been put together by the Urban Oasis Project. It is one of the smallest farmers’ markets in Miami, often having no more than 15 vendors showcasing their food at once.

The whole aim of this farmers’ market is to help certain communities have easier access to food.

Therefore, almost everything you see for sale at the South Miami Farmers’ Market will be quality produce, including fresh fruit & vegetables, preserves, and some breads. As with all the Urban Oasis Project markets, the South Miami Farmers’ Market accepts SNAP.

Famous for:

One of the smallest farmers’ markets in Miami. Has a revolving selection of around 15 vendors, mostly local growers providing quality food to specific communities. Accepts SNAP.

8. Palmetto Bay Farmer’s Market

Where: 7895 SW 152nd St, Palmetto Bay, FL 33157

When: Saturdays, 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Why visit:

If you want a proper community market in the heart of Palmetto Bay, then the Palmetto Bay Farmer’s Market is perfect. This barely advertised market is always the hustle and bustle of activity when Saturdays roll around.

It seems as if almost everybody in Palmetto Bay comes to sample the delights here. The best part is that you never quite know what to expect. The market has a ton of different suppliers, some of whom only turn up a few weeks.

Expect the market to be very community-focused rather than tourist-focused. So, quality produce at discount prices. There will always be freshly-grown produce here, mostly from South Florida.

You’ll have handmade candles, beautiful cupcakes, and various food trucks.  This place also has some of the freshest eggs we’ve ever tasted at a farmers’ market.

Famous For:

Just Jammin’, a Miami-based jam and preserves company, always sells a ton of jams and chutneys here. We also recommend that you check out the fish dip from What Are We Smokin.

9. Coral Gables Farmers’ Market

Where: Merrick Park, 405 Biltmore Way, Coral Gables, FL 33134

When: January to March (dates change yearly), Saturdays, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Why visit:

The Coral Gables Farmers’ Market is one of the smallest farmers’ markets in the Miami area, but we love that. The smaller farmers’ markets always have a bit more of a community feel to them.

When you head to the Coral Gables Farmers’ Market, you will enjoy some of the best local producers in this part of Florida. Pretty much everything that you see for sale here would have been grown or made in the state.

You’ll even get to chat with the producers, who will be more than happy to tell you where their products come from and how they were made!

The opening times each year are very much ‘blink and you’ll miss it’, with it being open between 6 and 8 Saturdays of the year, but it is always worth checking out if you’re in the area.

We’ve tasted some fantastic produce here and picked up some tremendous baked products. The vendors do change every single year, so you never quite know what to expect.

Famous for:

A small community farmers’ market with a rotating number of vendors. Has a much smaller vibe than other markets in Miami, allowing you to feel as if you’re part of the community. 

Sunday Farmers Markets in Miami

10. Pinecrest Farmers’ Market

Where: Pinecrest Gardens, 11000 Red Road, Pinecrest, Florida, 33156

When: Sundays, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Why visit:

Pinecrest Gardens has several markets throughout the week, but the Pinecrest Farmers’ Market is our favorite. This award-winning market is often classed as one of the best farmers’ markets in all of Miami, so if you want a Sunday farmers’ market in Miami to visit, it has to be this one.

The vendors love selling their produce so much at Pinecrest Gardens that the waitlist to become a vendor is absolutely huge. This farmers’ market brings the whole community together, and you can sample locally-grown foods, drinks, and a ton of homemade products from small businesses around Pinecrest and Miami.

This market is so amazing that many people see it as a social event heading there, and each Sunday, you’ll find tons of people just sitting around, catching up with their friends. We love this. It means it isn’t just a shopping location but an event.

Famous for:

It’s a vast selection of vendors. Head here at 8:30 a.m. (just before the market opens), and you can take part in a free yoga class.

11. Lincoln Road Farmers’ Market

Where: Lincoln Road Farmers Market, South Beach, Lincoln Road Mall, from Washington to Meridian Avenue

When: Sundays, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Why visit:

We love that the Lincoln Road Farmers’ Market tries to do things differently from other farmers’ markets in the Miami area.

Obviously, you’ll still have the fresh produce you’ll find in other places, but the Lincoln Road Farmers’ Market likes to lean heavily into international foods and produce you may not find elsewhere.

For example, if you’re into Colombian food, you’ll probably love the Pandebono they have on sale at the market. If you don’t know what that is, then look it up. It is delicious.

You’ll probably drool at the thought of sinking your teeth into it. This may also be one of the only places in Miami with a regular supply of Soupsop, an amazing fruit that tastes fantastic whole or when juiced up.

Famous for:

International foods, including Peruvian and Colombian cuisine. Also, they have some of the best Acai bowls in Miami.

12. Surfside Farmers’ Market

Where: 96th St Beach Surfside, FL

When: 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Why visit: 

You can’t really go to Miami without a trip to the beach, so why not head to the only farmers’ market in Miami with a few beach vendors? This market is perfect for visiting in the heat if only to cool down with their selection of amazing juices and cool snacks.

This market focuses massively on local vendors, and you’ll find some delicious food here. Expect freshly baked pizzas, acai bowls, fresh fruit and vegetables, pet food, and more.

Oh, and there is a beach yoga session (for free) every week, so make sure that you get there early, and you could be getting your day off to a relaxing start.

Famous for:

Try the sourdough donuts from Gifted Crust. We also recommend the Arepa Bowls from Fusion Healthy. Free beach yoga every Sunday and live music on occasion.

13. Vizcaya Village Farmers’ Market

Where: 3250 South Miami Ave. Miami, FL, 33129

When: Sundays, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Why visit:

If you grew up in Miami, you may have taken a field trip to Vizcaya Village. This European-inspired village is now a museum. However, back in its heyday, it was a massive farm.

While that farm is no longer operating, Vizcaya Village still celebrates its agricultural roots with one of the best Miami farmers’ markets.

Every Sunday, the Urban Oasis Project gathers some of the best farmers and artisans in South Florida to sell their food here. As this is another Urban Oasis Project market, expect fantastic prices and SNAP.

Famous for:

Vendors change regularly, but there are often free food boxes for families in need. The market is right in the heart of the beautiful Vizcaya Village.

FAQs about Miami Farmers Markets

What is the biggest farmers market in Miami?

The Aventura Farmers’ Market is the largest farmers’ market in Miami and has been catering to the residents for over 20 years now.

What are the good Miami Farmers Market Saturdays?

Check out the Aventura Farmers’ Market, one of the largest farmers’ markets in Miami.

What are the good Miami Farmers Market Sundays?

Surfside Farmers’ Market is one of the best markets to visit on Sundays. It has plenty of vendors and is right there on the beach.

What is the longest-running farmers market in Miami?

The Aventura Farmers’ Market has been around for 20 years, making it the longest-running farmers’ market in Miami.

Rounding Up: Best Farmers Markets in Miami

When it comes to Miami farmers’ markets, there’s no shortage of places to visit. While all markets tend to offer broadly the same foods, the vibe is different in each of them. Some are huge markets and are a constant hustle and bustle of activity; others have a more community feel. We recommend that you visit each and every one of them, if possible. You won’t regret it.

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