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About the Crocker Galleria Farmers' Market
Farm Fresh in the Financial District of Downtown San Francisco, the Farmers’ Market in the Crocker Galleria is framed by a beautiful glass atrium, sprinkled with hand-painted umbrellas. Lunchtime crowds enjoy picking up fresh fruits and vegetables for meals at home and office snacks on their way to the myriad of restaurants above the market. Named #1 Favorite Small Farmers’ Market in San Francisco, this award-winning market is year round on Thursdays, 11am—3pm. This Farmers’ Market features Heirloom fruit varieties, Mission Figs, Heirloom Tomatoes, Blackberries, Blueberries, and organic strawberries.
12 farmers and vendors
Every Thursday, 11:00 am to 3:00 pm
Crocker Galleria, 50 Post St, San Francisco, CA 94104
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WHAT'S IN SEASON?
May is a fantastic month
full of spring and early summer produce!
Strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, cherries, oranges, zucchini blossoms, artichokes, sweet potato shoots, mushrooms, organic and Asian vegetables, fresh baked breads, grass fed and pasture finished meats, line-caught ocean fish, field-caught flowers, locally roasted coffee, and many more.
MEET YOUR FARMERS
San Francisco Farmers' Market at Crocker Galleria has 12 local farms and gourmet food stands every week revolving through a variety of farms as their fruits and vegetables come in season. Here are a few of our farmers and purveyors that we would like to highlight.
Look for our NEW Farmer Profiles in July!
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.