Fresh! Healthy! Local!
Farm-to-table eating is easy in Nashville. There are multiple farmer’s markets around town including two year-round markets! Here’s our guide to the best farmer’s markets in Nashville. Here’s to eating fresh!
Wow! This year-round market is much more than just fresh, delicious produce. They have weekly cooking demonstrations, happy hours, games and live music on different nights. Their summer schedule includes a special “Peach Jam” Night Market on June 21st, a “Community Farm Day” on July 6th and an “All Things Tomato” Night Market on July 19th.
Since 2011, the 12 South Farmer’s Market has been bringing fresh food, food trucks, live music and family fun to Sevier Park! The Nashville Scene named this market one of their Best of Nashville for the past four consecutive years. For shopping, you can expect plenty of local produce, meats, dairy products, baked goods and more!
The East Nashville Farmer’s Market is packed with local vendors. They’ve got everything you need in produce, fruits, berries, meat, eggs, artisan food and baked goods. They even offer health and bodycare products! Be sure to bring the family for all the fun. Food trucks and sweet treats are always a hit! You can also expect a visit from the Parnassus Bookmobile on May 21st, June 18th and July 16th.
This producers-only market started in 2012 by a group of volunteers! All of the vendors come from a 150-mile radius of Donelson. Last year, the Hip Donelson Farmer’s Market moved to the beautiful grounds of the Two Rivers Mansion. We love the passion in this market that is still run by all volunteers!
This rain or shine farmer’s market is as fresh as it gets! All of the food here is grown or produced within 150 miles of the market. Shop from 45-55 vendors during the spring through the fall. This year-round market hosts 15-20 vendors during the winter months.