The Seattle Broadway Farmers' Market, located at Broadway Avenue East and East Pine Street, has traditionally taken a hiatus between the months of January and March. But according to Capitol Hill Seattle, the beloved farmers' market will now stay open all year-round, selling fresh produce, cheese, bread, flowers, and artisanal products every Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The market, which is held at Seattle Central Community College, has been in operation since 2004, and features a wide selection of seasonal produce from Eastern Washington and Puget Sound, as well as farmstead cheeses, baked goods, pasture-raised meats, flowers, honey, seafood, and eggs.
They’ve also released their Holiday Gift and Eating Guide, which lays out everything that they’ll have available throughout the holiday season and helps you plan your meals. You can create gift baskets as well as handmade wreaths, and gift certificates are available for this farmers' market as well as any of the seven markets in the Neighborhood Farmers' Market Alliance.