If you’ve never eaten a freshly picked strawberry or a tomato still warm from sitting in the sun, you’re missing out! Luckily, thanks to our local farmers, you don’t need to grow your own produce to eat some that’s grown practically in your own back yard. There are farmers’ markets literally all over Pittsburgh, so there’s no excuse to not go. And, a lot of farmers’ markets sell other local products, like soaps, syrup, honey, baked goods, and teas. And and and, many also have vendors selling pre-made food, like hummus, salads, bagels, or even feature food trucks. What are you waiting for? Scroll through our list to see which farmers’ market is most convenient for you!

2019 Pittsburgh Farmers' Markets
Courtesy of Lauren Roberts

Sunday

Aspinwall Firemens Flea Market
7am – 2pm, April – October
241 Freeport Rd, Aspinwall, PA 15215

Larimer Farmers’ Market
3pm – 7pm, 4th Sunday of the month June – November
Larimer Avenue Greenspace, Larimer Avenue and Carver Street

Squirrel Hill Farmers’ Market
9am – 1pm, May – November
Beacon/Bartlett parking lot

Monday

East Liberty Farmers’ Market
3pm – 7pm, May – November
Garland Parklet Lot on N. Euclid Avenue

Tuesday

Bethel Park Farmers’ Market
3pm – 7pm, May – September
South Park VIP parking lot, off Corrigan Drive near the ice rink

Lawrenceville Farmers’ Market
4pm – 7pm, June – October
Arsenal Park

South Side Farmers’ Market
3pm – 7pm, May – November
18th Street and East Carson Street parking lot

Wednesday

Bellevue Farmers’ Market
3pm – 7pm, June – October
34 North Balph Ave, Bellevue PA 15202

Carrick Farmers’ Market
3pm – 7pm, June – November
1529 Brownsville Road, Pittsburgh PA 15201

Fox Chapel Farmers’ Market
3:30pm – 6:30pm, June – October
Shady Side Academy, 423 Fox Chapel Road, Pittsburgh PA 15238

Garfield Community Farm Open Market
3:30pm – 7:30pm, June – September
Cornwall and Wicklow Streets, Pittsburgh PA 15224

Hampton Township Farmers’ Market
3pm – 7pm, June – October
Hampton Twp. Community Park, 3101 McCully Road, Allison Park 15101

Thursday

Beechview Farmers’ Market
3pm-7pm, June – September
Broadway Avenue and Beechview Avenue parking lot

Etna Farmers’ Market
3pm – 6:30pm
437 Butler Street, Pittsburgh PA 15223

Green Tree Farmers’ Market
4pm – 7pm, May – October
Green Tree Park, Lower Parking Lot

Market Square Farmers’ Market
10am – 2pm, May – October
Market Square, Downtown

Upper St. Clair Rotary Farmers’ Market
4pm – 7pm, May – September
Westminster Presbyterian Church South parking lot, 2040 Washington Road, Upper St. Clair, PA 15241.

Friday

Downtown Farmer’s Market
10:30am – 1:30pm, May – October
Mellon Square, Smithfield Street and Sixth Avenue

Saturday

Bloomfield Farmers’ Market
9am – 1pm, May – November
5050 Liberty Ave, Pittsburgh PA 15224

Farmers Market Cooperative of East Liberty
5pm – 12pm, year-round
344 N. Sheridan Ave, Pittsburgh PA 15206

North Side Farmers’ Market
3pm – 7pm, May – November
Allegheny Commons Park, East Ohio Street and Cedar Avenue

Monroeville Lions Farmers’ Market
9am – 12pm, beginning in May
Monroeville Community Park, 2399 Tilbrook Rd, Monroeville, Pennsylvania 15146

Mt. Lebanon Uptown Farmers’ Market
9am – 12pm, May – October
Mt. Lebanon’s Uptown Business District

Swissvale Farmers’ Market
9am – 1pm, June – October
2036 Noble Street, Swissvale PA

Is your favorite farmers’ market missing from our list? Tell us in a comment so everyone can check it out!

Lauren Roberts

Lauren loves all things Pittsburgh and all things food! When she's not checking out a new restaurant, you can find her in the kitchen trying a new recipe, working on her photography, or out on a bike ride exploring the city.

6 Comments
  1. Holy Cross Farmers Market! Monday’s 4-7pm May 6- Oct 28th in Mt. Lebanon across the street from the Galleria at the church up on the hill! Check out their website and social media pages!

  2. A lot of these markets accept SNAP benefits! For those who receive benefits, for every $5 you spend at these markets (here is a list https://www.justharvest.org/fresh-access/), you’ll be able to receive an extra $2 to spend on fruits and vegetables. Spend $10, get $4…spend $20 get $8, etc! Help spread the word so that all of our neighbors are able to participate in supporting our local farmers! <3

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