University District Farmers Market
5031 University Way NE (NE 50th Street)
Seattle, WA 98105
9:00am - 2:00pm
- To avoid judgemental looks and confusion, don't carry your plastic Safeway bags through here
- This neighborhood immediately to the west of the UW campus attracts students and locals for shopping, snacking and strolling. University Way (formerly 14th Avenue) is usually referred to as "The Ave".
- Fab place - lots of good stuff to get. Check out the boys at Convoy Coffee, the ladies at Little Prague, Jerzey Boyz, Rockridge Orchards
- The best produce in the city. Get samish bay cheese, heirloom tomatoes, fresh berries (Hayton or elsewhere), Fuji apples, duck eggs (Sea Breeze farm). Make sure to get Ellenos and a poem!
- Ellenos yogurt, Rachel's ginger beer, little Prague, yippee-pie-yay, caravan crepes
- New location in the street on the Ave makes this market open, bigger, and dogs are allowed! Free parking next door in the U Heights lot.
- Don't listen to other tips, if you want to support local farmers and consume delicious organic food you are accepted here. I've never felt judged here.
- The U-District farmer's market was just profiled in a blog post. It runs on Saturday. It's apparently the oldest farmer's market in Seattle.
- Open year round on Saturdays from 9 am to 2 pm. No dogs allowed. Come here to get super fresh ingredients from produce to meat, etc...
- Seriously check out that fleur de sel caramels from jon boy caramels
- Open year round, wide paths for strollers, open early on Saturday mornings, the vendors are all friendly and super enthusiastic
- Natures land farm breakfast sandwiches are
- All year round fun. Hot weather, grab freshly made popsicles and hang out around live music. Cold weather, grab hot curries or soups to warm up. And the products are always in the best shape.
- This is one of the year-round farmer's markets in Seattle--every Saturday from 9am to 2pm. A bit larger from May to October, but always good
- If you love yourself, make sure to try the spinach and cheese empanada, followed by an apple and dulce empanada (basically a mini apple pie)
- This place is wonderful. The vendors are awesome!Greek Yogurt from Ellenos, Pastries from Little Prague, Apples Jerzey Boyz,and more!
- Can't miss stalls v.1: Left Foot Farm for raw goat milk, Sea Breeze Farm for meats, bone broth, pasta sauce, and raw cow's milk.
- Pick up some freshly shucked Oysters and make your own oyster happy hour.
- Try a tamale!