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Open Air Markets
TAMPA BAY AREA
FARMERS & OPEN AIR MARKETS
Farm fresh fruit & vegetables now sharing space with the arts, crafters, food vendors and upscale offerings.
The Suncoastarea offers many places to enjoy the sunshine, fresh air, do a little shopping. You just never know what you may find.
St. Pete Indie Market Once per month
This monthly street faire features the best of all things indie! With 30+ hand selected vendors each month, this market is a must-see in St. Pete! Website
Open 7 Days a Week Tampa Bay Farmers Market
623 S. MacDill Ave.
Tampa, FL 33609
Open 7 Days a Week.
Mon-Sat 8-7. Sun 8-6 Farm Fresh Fruits, Vegetables, Cut Flowers, Potted Plants, Gifts & More. The freshest, tastiest & most nutritious produce in the Tampa Bay Area. The benefits of buying from a local farmers market helps local farmers. Website
Tuesdays Year-round The Gulfport Tuesday Fresh Marketis a year-round open-air market held in Gulfport's Waterfront District on Beach Blvd. below 28th Ave. South. Market hours are 9am to 3pm (9am to 2pm during summer) every Tuesday. Vendors offer a variety of produce, including but not limited to, local, organic and hydroponic fruits and vegetables. Vendors also offer local honey, teas, herbs, seafood, Florida grass-fed beef and other locally raised meats, eggs, cheeses, fresh breads, pastries, nuts and granola, gourmet, vegetarian/vegan and ethnic foods, candy, garden plants, fresh flowers, bath and body products, jewelry and much more. Many other unique items are available from over 50 vendors, each its own “Mom and Pop” business setting up in the open air every week. Local artists and crafters, many of them working while you watch, offer a wide variety of their wares. website
Wednesdays Madeira Beach Mid-Week Market
Wednesday. (Oct-Aug) 9 a.m.-2 p.m.
On Madeira Way, between Tom Stuart Causeway and Gulf Blvd
Perfect setting for an open air market, followed by a liesurely beach stroll. Website
Clearwater Farmers Market
Cleveland St & N Fort Harrison Ave, Clearwater, FL Weds., 9am to 2pm,
Season begins toward the end of October through mid-May. (Located on 500 and 600 block on Cleveland Street between East and N. Ft. Harrison)
The street will be closed to traffic. Find fresh produce, cheese, fresh baked goods, flowers and plants. Vendors also sell ready-to-eat food and drinks. 2 hours free parking is provided market customers parking in the Garden Avenue Garage. Parking stub must be validated by market staff. Website
Safety Harbor Farmers' Market
The Gazebo at
John Wilson Park,
401 Main Street, Downtown, Safety Harbor
(727) 461-7674 Thurs., 9am - 1:30pm, Nov through April
Great selection of crafts, vegetables, organic food, local specialties and fruits. Website
Fridays & Saturdays
Dunedin Green Market Pioneer Park, Main Street and Douglas Avenue, Dunedin, FL
727-733-4215 Fridays 8am-1pm, (Oct through April & Saturdays 8-12:30, Oct to July).
The Green Market offers a nice change from your average grocer. A wide variety of vendors will be selling items including: produce, cheeses, seafood, plants and herbs, honey, all natural pet treats, organic products, nuts, tea, knishes, pickles, orchids, food and drinks, olive salad, natural seasonings & food. Website
Fridays Treasure Island Open Air Market
Fridays (Dec 5-April 24) from 9 a.m. -2 p.m.- 1 Park Place
The produce stand is definitely the biggest draw for locals and visitors. Website
Dunedin Downtown Market
Every Friday and Saturday (November-June) from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. John L. Lawrence Pioneer Park Stroll the vendors at the market while listening to live music! Website
Largo Sunset Market Every Friday (September-May) from 3-7 p.m. Largo Central Park Approximately 40 local vendors will be on-site selling produce, artisan foods, jewelry and one-of-a-kind crafts, among other things.
“There are a lot of farmers markets all over Pinellas County, but very few of them have as many vendors as we have." Website
Saturdays St. Petersburg Saturday Morning Market The Al Lang Field parking lot (the corner of 1st St and 1st Ave S)
Sat., 9am–2pm., (Oct 6th- late May.) The largest one-day-a-week fresh market in the Southeast US, with about 6 - 10,000 customers each week, and offers live music every week which plays a key part of the upbeat market experience. The mission of the market is to be the ‘heart’ of St. Petersburg - the place, more than anywhere else, that people feel a strong sense of joyful connectedness and creative community. While great food, interesting crafts and lively music are all wonderful elements of the market, this spirit of community is what really defines the market experience. Many customers have shared that they think that the market is the most significant improvement to quality of life ever in St Petersburg. A summer Market takes place at the Mahaffey Theater parking garage. website
Ybor City Saturday Market
Opening and closing dates vary.
We suggest phoning or visiting
a Farm Market website before
driving a long distance
Saturdays Pierce Street Market
The 2nd Saturday (October – May) from 10 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Under the Memorial Causeway Bridge, near the waterfront in downtown Clearwater
Local makers market featuring an array of handmade goods, unique pieces from local artists, vintage items, clothes, artisan food & more. Website
First Saturday and Sunday of each month. Saturday 9 a.m.-7 p.m. and Sunday 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
2200 2nd Ave S in St. Pete
15,000 square feet of vintage bliss, you’ll be able to spot the items you’ve been on the hunt for! Website
Ybor City Saturday Market
Historic Ybor City Centennial Park
(corner of 8th Ave and 19th St) EVERY Saturday, Year-Round, rain or shine. Oct-April 9am-3pm,(Summer hours May-Sept, 9am-1pm) You'll be sure to findGreat Produce at Great Prices, gourmet foods & sauces, fresh baked breads, prepared foods, orchids, herbs & plants, pet treats, honey, fine cigars, unique gifts, photography, artwork, jewelry, woodworking, bath and body products, candles, and so much more!! Website
Saturdays Tarpon Springs
Farmers' Market The Tarpon Springs Market is open every Saturday from October 25, 2014 through June 27, 2015 with ethnic food, imports, crafts and a variety of entertainment. The primary location is in the downtown shopping district of Tarpon Springs at the corner of Pinellas Avenue (Alt-19) and Tarpon Avenue. The alternate location is Craig Park at South Spring Boulevard and Pineapple Street for those weekends with other events scheduled in the Mother Meres lot. Hours are 9am to 4pm rain or shine. Live music and fresh produce, including prepared foods, gourmet baked goods, greenery, seafood and hand-crafted goods. Website
Sundays Safety Harbor
Market on Main
Sunday year round from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
At the Gazebo
401 Main St.
This market is worth the trip as it's situated in the middle of downtown Safety Harbor, filled with charming restaurants & boutiques. Website
at the Don Vista on
St. Pete Beach
Sunday year round from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
3300 Gulf Blvd.
This unique market is housed in the Suntan Art Center. Enjoy exploring beautiful galleries while you buy your market goods! Website
Sunday’s (December-May) from 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
19305 Gulf Blvd.
This open air market features local and fresh products in the heart of Indian Shores. Website
St. Pete Beach
Corey Avenue Market
Every Sunday (October-May) from 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
300 Corey Avenue
With up to 75 vendors each Sunday, this market puts an emphasis on local fresh and organic food. Website
Palm Harbor Cross Roads Farmers Market This is a seasonal open air market featuring local produce, live folk music, cheeses, honey, handmade items, food, spices, herbs and more.
Corner of Curlew and Belcher Roads in Palm Harbor, Florida
Sundays, 10am - 2pm
October - June Website
Any updates or additional information is always invited and appreciated.