Best Miami Farmers Markets


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Lincoln Road Farmers' Market

Fruit at Lincoln Road Farmers' Market

Lincoln Road Farmers' Market

Lincoln Road Farmers' Market

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By: Angela Caraway-Carlton

Miami has many delicious restaurants to experience, but to really dig into our culinary scene, you’ll want to visit one of our many farmers’ markets that take place weekly and seasonally. Meet the farmers. Taste something new or exotic that you’ll only find in Miami. Load up on fresh produce, spices and ingredients to make a memorable meal from your bounty. You’re not only supporting local purveyors, but you’ll go home with a true taste and understanding of Miami.

South Beach

Lincoln Road Farmers’ Market

Stroll bustling Lincoln Road every Sunday for the longtime Lincoln Road Farmers’ Market, where the pedestrian-friendly street is lined with stalls selling bright fruits and vegetables, smoothies, homemade empanadas, bread, jams and fresh ceviche, fresh cut flowers and plants.

South Beach Farmer's Market

Find the year-round South Beach market between Washington Avenue and Meridian Avenue from 9 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.

Normandy Isle Fountain
Normandy Isle Fountain

North Beach

Normandy Village Farmers’ Market

On Saturdays, get a head start on your grocery shopping in North Beach at the smaller Normandy Village Farmers’ Market located at the Normandy Isle Fountain. Here, you’ll find farm-fresh produce that includes superfruits like lychee, local honey, freshly squeezed juices along with beautiful plants and orchids and artisanal products. Check the schedule — you can often join a free yoga-Pilates class to really get the healthy mind-body experience.



Aventura Mall

After shopping ‘til you drop at Aventura Mall, refuel at the sprawling Aventura Mall Farmers Market located at the fountain in Center Court on Saturday and Sunday. You’ll instantly feel the excitement as you browse more than 25 local vendors touting decadent sweets, artisanal breads, exotic fruits and veggies, teas, handcrafted jewelry, tropical plants and much more.

Adrienne Arsht Center
Adrienne Arsht Center

Downtown Miami

Adrienne Arsht Center

In Downtown, The Arsht Center is more than just a cultural stop — every Monday, you’ll discover Market Mondays from 4 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. with a variety of seasonal offerings. You’ll find Florida-grown produce from Urban Oasis Project and Laura’s Produce, along with prepared foods from local favorites. The best part: you can have a beautiful dinner centered around the best of the market at Chef Allen’s Farm-to-Table dinner, a five-course, plant-based affair that takes place at 6:30 p.m.

Brickell City Centre

Shoppers at Brickell City Center can enjoy style and good food thanks to a Farmers’ Market that happens every Sunday from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. The market, which takes places along a landscaped pathway beneath Miami's Metromover track, boasts conventional and organically grown produce as well as cheeses, breads and prepared foods like smoothies or authentic Argentine empanadas.

Tropical Fruit
Tropical Fruit

Upper East Side

Legion Park Farmers Market

Taste all of the flavors of Florida at the Legion Park Farmers’ Market on Biscayne Boulevard at 66th Street every Saturday from 9 a.m. -2 p.m. This award-winning farmers market crafted by Urban Oasis Project (who’s led the local food movement since 2008) boasts 40 vendors, food artisans, and the chance to chat with growers about all the unique items. Look for fresh seafood, pasture-raised eggs, grass-fed beef and pork, and even upcycled clothing.

Merrick Park
Merrick Park

Coral Gables

Coral Gables Farmers’ Market

Join the locals every Saturday from January through March at the Coral Gables Farmers’ Market at Merrick Park. At this outdoor market, you’ll choose from vendors selling fresh produce, baked goods, gourmet foods, trees and plants. Extra bonus: you can join free Thai Chi classes, gardening workshops, cooking demonstrations and children's activities. Arrive by bike and you’ll find free bike parking.

Coconut Grove Organic Farmers’ Market
Coconut Grove Organic Farmers’ Market

Coconut Grove

Coconut Grove Organic Farmers’ Market

Located on the corner of Grand Avenue in Coconut Grove, the longtime Coconut Grove Organic Farmers’ Market happens every Saturday from 10 a.m. – 7 p.m. and is a staple for health food junkies and yogis. The huge outdoor market has been around for almost two decades, and you’ll search the tents for an array of organic fruits, vegetables, spices, herbs, exotic rarities and raw foods. One of the largest vendors, Glaser Organic Farms, offers an epic salad bar filled with wild rice salads, avocado salad and fruit medleys, along with a raw food deli with their famous raw nori rolls.


Southwest Community Farmers’ Market

The lively Southwest Community Farmers’ Market takes place every Saturday from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. at Tropical Park at the Bird Road entrance. Expect regulars like Urban Oasis Project, but the market is constantly evolving with new vendors. Pick up exotic fruits like jackfruit or starfruit, vegan zucchini or banana pineapple bread, and try dishes like plant-based tamales or homemade red bean soup. Don’t forget to bring home vibrant sunflowers or plants and trees for your yard.

Pinecrest Gardens
Pinecrest Gardens


Pinecrest Garden Green Market

Every Sunday from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m., escape to the Pinecrest Garden Green Market for the season’s best bounty thanks to top local sustainable and organic farmers hailing from the Redlands, Homestead, Clewiston and Ft. Pierce. This exciting gathering of the best farmers around means you’ll have access to organic produce, local honey, spice and teas, fresh flowers, plants and trees, along with soy candles and homemade soaps. Of course, don’t wait to make something at home — stop by the vendors churning out pizzas, barbeque and conch fritters for a delicious lunch.

South Dade

Redland Market Village

Arrive early at this South Dade standout farmers’ market Redland Market Village where the aroma from all the goodies hits the nose as soon as you enter the 27-acre property. You’ll find fresh fruits and vegetables from local farms, spices, lentils, a large selection of local honey, fresh coconut water, handmade cheeses and so much more. Seafood lovers shouldn’t miss the fish market, where stacks of whole fish, shrimp, crab and lobster sit on top of ice. All the informative vendors will help you pick out the best ingredient to make a delicious meal at home.

Whether you’re a local or just visiting, you’ll arrive back home with a true taste of Miami.

Read More:

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