Summer is just around the corner and local Farmers’ Markets are gearing back up for a season of juicy tomatoes, sweet corn, delicious berries and so much more. There are plenty of markets to choose from throughout wine country. Here are a few of our favorites.
St. Helena Farmers’ Market
You’ll find a great selection of local farmers, artisan food makers and crafts at the St. Helena Farmers’ Market. Check out their web site for chef’s demos featuring some of the Napa Valley’s finest chefs.
Opening day is Friday, May 7th.
Fridays, 7:30-Noon, Crane Park
Oxbow Farmers’ Market
Farmer’s Market is back in downtown Napa in the Oxbow Market parking lot. Grab a cup of Ritual Coffee inside the market before heading outside to shop for your local fruits and veggies. Not a bad way to spend a Saturday morning. Opening day is Saturday, May 1st.
Saturdays, Oxbow Public Market
Healdsburg Farmers’ Market
Most of the vendors at the Healdsburg Farmers’ Market come from farms within a 10-mile radius of Healdsburg Plaza. Don’t miss the cooking demonstrations hosted by Relish Culinary Adventures on the second Saturday of every month.
Opening day is Saturday, May 1st.
Saturdays, 9am-Noon, Healdsburg Plaza
Sonoma Plaza Farmers’ Market
Enjoy local food, crafts, non-profit booths and seasonal flowers at this lively evening market. Most evenings you will also be able to enjoy live music.
Tuesdays, 5:30pm-dusk, Sonoma Plaza
Opens in April