Your Guide to Seattle Farmers Markets & Harvest Events: Fall/Winter 2020 Edition

November 9, 2020
Stock up on wild mushrooms and more of this season's bounty at Snohomish Harvested Holiday. (Snohomish Farmers Market)

The farmers market season may be tapering off as the weather gets colder, but there are still plenty of socially distanced outdoor markets for the harvest season where you can stock up on local produce for your fall baking projects or Thanksgiving. As the holidays approach, we'll be back with our annual guide to gift markets, but for now, read on for events where you can shop from farms, restaurants, and other locally owned food businesses. 


Garzon Latinx Street Food Fall Mercado Pop-Up
This fall pop-up and night market from chef Jose Garzon will feature beer and Latinx street food.
November 5–25 (Thanksgiving week event on Wednesday)

Burien Winter Market
Warm up with a cup of hot cocoa at this Burien market, which features food vendors, crafts, and more.
Burien Town Square Park
November 12–April 29


Snohomish Harvested Holiday
Bundle up for an outdoor market in downtown Snohomish featuring fresh produce, handmade goods, food to go, and more.
Downtown Snohomish
November 14

Kirkland Winter Market
Stroll through downtown Kirkland and browse winter produce, dried flowers, artisan foods, and homemade crafts from local businesses.
Downtown Kirkland
November 14 & December 12

Broadway Winter Market
Pick up fresh produce and food products from local vendors for your holiday dinner table, and get a head start on holiday shopping with handmade gifts for sale.
Tacoma Farmers Market
November 19

Third Saturday Markets
Through December, the Bellevue Farmers Market will offer additional markets on the third Saturday of each month for all your holiday shopping needs, with vendors like Alvarez Organic Farm, Finnriver Cidery, Haxan Sauce, Salt Blade, Sidhu Farms, and Tall Grass Bakery.
Bellevue Farmers Market
November 21, December 19

University District Farmers Market
The University District Farmers Market is open year-round on Saturdays. It's set up on the Ave, between NE 50th St and NE 52 St. Pick up your produce for the week, or grab something to fresh to eat while you're walking around.
University District


Ballard Farmers Market
Shop online on weekdays for things like apples from Collins Family Orchard, raspberries from Hayton Farms, chicken and duck eggs from Left Foot Farms, and bagels from the Shambala Ancient Grain Bakery, then pick up your bounty on Sundays.

Capitol Hill Farmers Market
To avoid a mass of people idly strolling from tent to tent, this standby market outside Seattle Central is now operating on a pickup basis for those who order from vendors online. Tight 5 Farm, Mariposa Farm, and Hayton Farms Berries are just a few of many returning vendors.
Capitol Hill

Fremont Sunday Market
Every Sunday year round, Fremont hosts their weekly market, featuring food, crafts, gifts, antiques, and more. It's been a Seattle tradition since 1990.

Sweet Tooth Pop-Up: Harvest Edition
Sate your bottomless need for sweets at this Fremont pop-up, which will provide a selection of sucrose-laden confections from eight artisan vendors.
South Lake Union
November 15

Mercer Island Harvest Market
Discover plenty of locally sourced produce, artisan goods and specialty products, handcrafted gifts, holiday-themed items, and more at this open-air market.
Mercer Island
November 22

Holiday Market at Skål Beer Hall
Glug some gløgg (Scandinavian mulled wine) and peruse wares from Nordic and Viking merchants at this holiday market at Ballard's Scandinavian beer hall, just down the street from the Ballard Farmers Market. They'll also have a socially distanced beer garden with canopies and heaters. 
November 25

Point Ruston Winter Farmers Market
Marvel at Point Ruston's waterfront view while buying food from local farms and gifts from small businesses.
Point Ruston Public Market
November 29, December 6 & December 13

West Seattle Farmers Market
Round out your weekend by heading to the West Seattle Junction for local produce, dairy, meat, wine, and more.
West Seattle Junction


Gobble Up
Just in time for Thanksgiving (and the subsequent holidays), Urban Craft Uprising will host this specialty food show for the fourth year in a row, promising over 100 local vendors slinging everything from macarons to forest-infused spirits to nut butters. The vendor booths are virtual this year, so you don't even have to leave your house.
November 13-15