St. Augustine Beach Farmers Market

You never know what you’ll find at the St. Augustine Beach Farmers Market.  Fresh produce, food trucks {lunch!}, local art… T-Rex!?!

You don’t have to make breakfast Wednesday morning!  Head to The Wednesday Market as early as 8:00 am to scoop up a freshly baked muffin or an egg sandwich from a food truck and do your produce shopping while you’re there!  Need a birthday present or a little something to take home to a friend?  They have that covered, too.  In fact, there were more art & craft vendors than produce the last week we went- here’s the scoop:

Handcrafted goodies ranged from blown-glass art to shell art.  Classy to… umm… memorable?!  I found this pretty & practical Kindle case at Pockets of Sage.  They had lots of pretty fabrics to choose from- it’s a low-tech update to your high-tech gadget.  The same booth had headbands, hair clips, bags and purses.

Every farmers market in Florida offers vine ripe tomatoes.  It’s wonderful to have fresh, locally grown produce available year round!  These were reasonably priced at $3 for 4.

KYV Organics makes their rounds- you’ll find their locally grown goodness at the Old City Farmers Market on Saturdays and the Lincolnville market on Sundays.  We brought home some turnips- delish!

I liked this tower garden- fresh herbs are great aytime and this allows anyone to grow them.  I wander if you can grow veggies in it, too?

There were brussels sprouts on the stalk, 2 different food trucks (including Pesky’s Taco Trailer!) and my favorite local Spanish Guitarrist – okay, the only one I’ve heard.  ;)   Fermin Spanish Guitar was providing ambiance and selling CDs.

We grabbed a light lunch and headed over to the St. Augustine Splash Park to complete a perfect morning out!

The Wednesday Market
350 A1A Beach Blvd
8:00 am – 12:30 pm
more info on: The St. Augustine Beach Splash Park

2 comments


  • lucca

    HI.

    i’m interested in setting as a food vendor Philippines food Please contact me at 386 325 3800 or luccastaneda@aol.com

    August 22, 2014
    • Lucca- you’ll need to contact the Farmers Market organizers team. I’d suggest going to the market and speaking in person instead of hoping they’ll call you. :) Good luck! ~Allie O.

      August 23, 2014

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