Fall into Fall with Fresh Produce from Your Local Farmers Market

Just because the weather is getting colder doesn’t mean that you have to give up your weekly trips to the farmers market for your fresh produce. Instead head to one of DC’s three indoor farmers markets and stay warm and toasty while you do your shopping.


Union Market


Located at 1309 5th St NE and tucked behind DC’s wholesale market the recently renovated Union Market offers more than just farm fresh produce and meats. Open five days a week, the market has a variety of small restaurants and cafes to choose from if you are looking for a new place to dine after you finish shopping. In addition to food, the market also offers special events such as drive-in movies, book signings, and food and drink tasting parties.






Eastern Market


A stones throw from the US Capitol, Eastern Market resides at 227 7th St SE. Eastern Market is DC’s longest continually open market. First opened in 1873, Eastern Market has become a staple of DC life. Open Tuesday through Sunday, the market offers baked good, fresh produce, and quality meats year round. On the weekends artisans and used goods vendors set up a flea market around the Eastern Market building. So be sure to stop by and pick up a trinket or two along with your hot house tomatoes.





Bethesda Farm Women’s Market


Want to shop for fresh product and support sustainability? Then head down to Bethesda’s Farm Women’s Market. Open Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays, the market offers a wide selection of farm friendly products. Looking for entertainment? Well Bethesda Farm Women’s Market offers that too. Check out their website to see a list of all their up coming events.






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