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City Parks of Pittsburgh hosts several farmers markets during the season, usually from May to November. If you’re curious about who will be there and when, you can call 412-422-6523 or visit the webpage with more information http://www.city.pittsburgh.pa.us/parks/html/farmers_market.html.
East Liberty Farmers Market – Penn Circle West (Near the MacDonald’s)
South Side Farmers Market – 18th and Carson
Mt. Washington- St. Mary of the Mount parking lot, Grandview Ave.
Carrick Shopping Center Browsnville Rd & Parkville St.
Bloomfield Immaculate Conception School Cedarville St & Friendship Ave
West End Noblestown Rd. & Ovie St.
Highland Park Farmers Market Zoo parking lot This one is usually packed and takes place by the zoo at Butler and Baker streets (the lower lot)
Downtown City-County Building on Grant Street
North Side East Park East Ohio Street and Cedar Ave.
Farmers @ the Firehouse 2216 Penn Ave (in the Strip, at the Firehouse Lounge) Seasonal, mostly organic produce, affiliated with Slow Food Pittsburgh. More info: http://www.slowfoodpgh.com/farmers.html
Union Project Stanton and Negley Ave. This market is not exclusively a farmers market. Check out the website for more: www.unionproject.org
Lawrenceville Fisk Street (Near the Carnegie Library)
This is a small market that happens during the day once a week.
Farmer’s Cooperative Market 412-661-4414 Rodman Street and Sheridan Ave. (by Home Depot)