Ferry Plaza Farmers Market: Tuesday | CUESA

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Ferry Plaza Farmers Market: Tuesday

10 AM to 2 PM, YEAR ROUND, RAIN OR SHINE

Stock up on fresh fruits and vegetables for the week at this vibrant weekday market. Located in front of the historic Ferry Building, CUESA’s Tuesday Ferry Plaza Farmers Market features more than 20 farms and prepared food options. Make the market part of your weekly routine—come for lunch and take home dinner!

This list represents farms, food crafters, and restaurants that are in the Tuesday market. Many sellers come and go seasonally, so check back or sign up for our weekly e-letter for updates. To see who’s in or out this week, view our Market Update »

 

Ferry Plaza Farmers Market: Tuesday Sellers

Seller Main Products

Brokaw Ranch Company

Citrus, avocados, tropical fruitSee all »

County Line Harvest

VegetablesSee all »

Donna's Tamales

TamalesSee all »

Everything Under the Sun

Fruit, vegetables, dried fruit, dried vegetablesSee all »

Frog Hollow Farm

Stone fruit, dried fruit, jamsSee all »

Hamada Farms

FruitSee all »

Happy Quail Farms

Peppers, rhubarbSee all »

Heirloom Organic Gardens

VegetablesSee all »

Hidden Star Orchards

Apples, apple products, cherriesSee all »

Iacopi Farms

Vegetables, beansSee all »

K&J Orchards

FruitSee all »

King Knish

Knishes, latkes See all »

McGinnis Ranch

Flowers, fruit, vegetablesSee all »

New Family Farm

Vegetables, grain See all »

Pizza Politana

PizzaSee all »

Rasoi

Western Indian foodSee all »

Sightglass Coffee

CoffeeSee all »

Snyders Honey

Honey, bee productsSee all »

Twin Girls Farm

FruitSee all »

Wise Sons Jewish Delicatessen

Deli sandwiches, picklesSee all »

Yerena Farms

Berries, squashSee all »

Zuckerman's Farm

Asparagus, potatoes, melonsSee all »

About CUESA

CUESA (Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture) is dedicated to cultivating a sustainable food system through the operation of farmers markets and educational programs. Learn More »