Peacock Farm Fairview Gardens Santa Barbara Pistachios

The largest grower-only Certified Farmers Market in Southern California and a favorite for local chefs

 

8:00am - 1:00pm
Arizona Ave @ 2nd Street

 

Established July 1981
Market Manager:  Jaclyn Rivera-Krouse
Farmers:  85

 

Established in 1981, the Wednesday Market opened in Santa Monica's downtown retail district with the modest goals of providing reasonably priced, high quality produce to the city's population, and bringing more foot traffic into the area. The market met with instant success and now hosts over 85 farmers weekly and is widely recognized as one of the largest and most diverse grower-only Certified Farmers Markets in the state. Some nine thousands food shoppers every week, and many of Los Angeles' best known chefs and restaurants, are keyed into the seasonal rhythms of the Wednesday Market. Whether you're looking for a common, exotic or experimental variety of fruit or vegetable, this market is a treasure trove of seasonal agricultural diversity.

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Featured Restaurant of the Week

Due to unanticipated infrastructure interruptions, the Featured Restaurant Program has been temporarily suspended. Food trucks may still participate from time to time and will be announced on our social media platforms. Please follow us @SMFMS on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.

avocados stone fruit peppers

 

Holiday Closures

The Saturday Downtown Market will be closed following Thanksgiving, November 28, 2020, please visit our other Saturday market in Virginia Avenue Park

Check back for 2020 winter holiday closures in November.

Market Schedule

Open Rain or Shine
Year-round

Wednesday Downtown

Arizona Avenue
(between 4th & Ocean)
8:00am - 1:00pm

Saturday Downtown

Arizona Avenue
(between 4th & Ocean)
8:00am - 1:00pm

Saturday Virginia Ave. Park

TEMPORARILY CONSOLIDATED- Due to COVID-19
Find the Pico farmers at downtown on Saturdays

Sunday Main St.

TEMPORARILY CONSOLIDATED - Due to COVID-19
Find the Main Street farmers at downtown on Saturdays