Farmers Market Directory
Last Updated August 02, 2015
Why We Love It: Richmond's oldest continually operating farmer's market, in historic Shockoe Bottom.
Sat: 8:30am–12:30, April 11–September 19. Vegetables, fruits, freshly baked bread, honey, eggs and crafts.
Why We Love It: Middle of the week markets mean we don't have to wait until Saturday to have the freshest ingredients.
Why We Love It: The covered pavillion has ceiling fans and lights, so we can shop even if it's raining.
Why We Love It: A weekly newsletter keeps shoppers updated on which vendors and seasonal produce will be available each week.
Wed: 9am - 12:30, Apr 29 - Sep 2. Produce, beef, chicken, dairy, country sausage, eggs, fresh flowers and baked goods like fresh bread and...
Why We Love It: The "Chefs Demo" series with local chefs preparing dishes from fresh market ingredients.
Sat: 9am–noon, May 3–October 25. Fresh vegetables, fruits, meat, eggs, ice cream, crafts, homemade baked goods, jams, sauces, including...
Why We Love It: While most Richmond-area farmers markets shut down over winter, the Byrd House "renegade" market is open year-round.
Why We Love It: Farm to Family also runs The Farm Bus, a nonprofit that distributes local produce at pickup points and visits schools to teach people about fresh foods and healthy cooking.
Why We Love It: Richmond's largest local market, SOTJ features local growers, music and entertainment.
Why We Love It: More manageable than South of the James market, this year-round market features local growers and live music.