Santa Fe Farmers Market
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- 86%Family Travelers
- 74%Local Culture
- 62%Green Travelers
- 50%Luxury Travelers
Member Reviews (9)
- Santa Fe Farmers Market
- Santa Fe Farmers MarketOct 08, 2013
Only 4 blocks to the best of Farmers Market every Saturday morning ...complete with fresh bakery specials, coffee, music, farm to table produce, flowers, art and all the folks from the neighborhood. Be there before 1:pm on Sat as then it closes ... but then you could visit the Second St Brewery for lunch (fish and chips are great!)
- Santa Fe Farmers MarketJul 26, 2013
Lets face it.....a trip to the famers market, even in the winter, it so comforting on so many levels. Visually, it is exciting. When I get a whiff of the bake goods, home made cheese, fresh veggies, and hand made soaps & oils.....I'm gone.
Lots of Santa Fe faces mixing with visitors......musicians, candle makers, and just the place for a Saturday morning stroll with coffee.
- Santa Fe Farmers MarketJun 19, 2013
This farmers' market has everything from fruits, vegetables, and flowers to cheeses, cider, and salsas. Great local treats! If you're an early riser, stroll through and enjoy good coffee, excellent breakfast burritos, and music ranging from flute to fiddle. In 2008, the market moved into a beautiful new building in the railyard district. Open April to mid-November, Tuesday and Saturday 7am to noon. In winter, an abbreviated version takes place indoors. Look for the Santa Fe Farmers' Market Cookbook, a compilation of vendor and chef recipes from the region, with vivid photography