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Santa Monica Farmers Market
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2640 Main St Santa Monica, CA 90405
2640 Main StreetUSCaliforniaSanta Monica90405
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Celebrated Sunday market boasts farm-fresh produce, meats & dairy, plus flowers & artisanal goods.- Google
"Don't believe me, take a stroll down the Farmers Market, and try the samples."
"Fresh fruits and veggies without GMOs and pesticides."
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Melanie Galuten
a month ago
I love this farmers market it is a place where families gather and grab food and sit on the lawn and hang out. Kids are running around there's usually a band playing. There are a lot of prepared foods like breakfast burritos and freshly squeezed juices and things like that in addition to the vegetables and fruits brought my local farmers. If you ride your bike there they have a bike valet.
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Ben Miskie
2 months ago
Great atmosphere for families on a Sunday morning. You get a real mix of the local community along with fresh food stands and live music.
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Bucko Force
a year ago
Meet the people who grow your food and become intimate with what you eat. Good for farmers and good for us, a total win-win. Experience the difference of freshly harvested fruits and vegetables. Why eat a tomato which was picked green and ripened in a warehouse, when you can get the real deal straight from the vine? The only place I know to get goose eggs, no need for a golden one when you've got one that lays five dollar bills.
Lisa Tran
a year ago
This one is a lot smaller than the Wednesday one, but cool vendors nonetheless. I highly recommend trying a tomato from Shady Lady, or any other tomato vendor as organic tomatoes taste 20934820980384x better than any one you can buy at the grocery store. Seriously, these tomatoes will change your life. The produce here is more expensive than what you'll get at the supermarkets, but you can taste the difference, and you can meet the people who grew them! Don't believe me, take a stroll down the Farmers Market, and try the samples. Things that you can also buy here: herb plants to grow your own, seafood, incense, meat, organic eggs, cheese and A LOT of fruits and veggies. Also, I love to see local chefs pushing around huge carts to use these ingredients in their restaurants. love love love!!
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Brian Wu
a month ago
Good selection and parking isn't too bad if you're lucky. Enjoyed the egg bowl
Alexandria Meza
7 months ago
The omelet place here is the only reason I come to this famers market. I used to love coming to see the petting zoo and now they took it away. Its pretty lame that they put all the seating area in front of a live band. I wish they would put tables and chairs in another location so that not everyone is forced to listen to the music. I'll still come for the omelet place but I don't know if I'll stay to eat.
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Omni Powerful
11 months ago
The best and most awesome place to shop. Fresh fruits and veggies without GMOs and pesticides. Eat health @SantaMonicaFarmersMarket
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Eden Jeffries
a year ago
Santa Monica seems to be the farmers market haven of LA and surrounding areas. They have three different Farmers Market locations, one on Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday (two different locations). My favorite of these is the one on 2nd Street on Saturday but the Main street one is probably in second place (it just has less farmers). They have a great balance of produce farmers, prepared food vendors and specialty item vendors. There's always a great crowd, with lots of families. There's a seating area for you to stay, hang out, have a bite to eat and mingle with locals and visitors. There are many organic produce options, and almost every fruit and vegetable available as long as it's in season. This part of Santa Monica is bordering Venice so it's easily accessible to both areas. There aren't as many farmers as the 2nd street one so the options aren't as vast but it certainly is better than a lot of other FMs around Los Angeles.
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