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THE FORT MASON CENTER FARMERS’ MARKET REMAINS OPEN THROUGHOUT THE HOLIDAY SEASON, INCLUDING THE WEEKENDS BEFORE AND AFTER THANKSGIVING, CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEARS!
About the Farmers' Market
Hosted by the Golden Gate National Park Service, the Fort Mason Center Farmers’ Market is held at this historic, former U.S. Army West Coast headquarters serving the Marina neighborhood and city-tourists alike. With over 35 Farmers and Food Purveyors, marketgoers discover the bounty of the Bay Area’s microclimates, the North Bay’s organic farms and the San Joaquin Valley’s finest harvest. This bustling Sunday market, 9:30am to 1:30pm, is the perfect place to find ingredients for a delicious Sunday brunch or picnic. Views of the Golden Gate Bridge and San Francisco Bay are awe-inspiring.
35+ farmers and vendors
Every Sunday, 9:30 am to 1:30 pm
Fort Mason Center, Marina Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94109
Parking is available outside the Marina Blvd. entrance to Fort Mason Center as well as paid inside the Marina Blvd entrance.
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WHAT'S IN SEASON?
FOOD FROM THE FARMERS' MARKET TASTES SWEET, CRISP, AND FRESH!
Often fruits and vegetables were picked just hours before the farmers' market opens, and have traveled less than fruits and vegetables traveling through the conventional wholesale channel to the grocery stores. The fruit offered at farmers' markets is sweeter because it has higher sugar content because it has ripened on a tree instead of a truck/train or shelf. Talk to your favorite farmers about their harvest techniques, their favorite family recipes and their special heirloom seeds handed down through generations.
MEET your MARKET MANAGER team
Our Market Manager Team includes highly qualified managers and support staff with diverse backgrounds ranging from farming, project management, design, business and non-profit management, environmental science, and more. Meet the great people that run your farmers' market.