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Friday Farmers Market & Bazaar | UN Plaza

Every Friday

Every Friday from 7am to 4pm, UN Plaza will feature the best of San Francisco. Grab fresh fruits and veggies, buy gifts from local vendors, and grab lunch at delicious food stalls representing cuisine from diverse communities throughout the City.

This Friday market will feature local farmers and producers from Heart of the City Farmers Market, who already operate in UN Plaza every Wednesday and Sunday. Buy eggs from Great Valley Poultry, pick up a fresh baked loaf from Sour Flour breads, grab seasonal produce and flowers from Mellow’s Farm & Nursery and more.

Friday Farmers Market & Bazaar
Every Friday | 7am to 4pm
UN Plaza, SF
FREE

In addition to food producers, this market features rotating craft and retail vendors – there will be an unending supply of unique products you’ll want to get your hands on! Shop vendors curated by SF Etsy and Square, alongside vendors from the UN Plaza Gift Gallery, who operate on the plaza every Thursday and Friday. You’ll find everything from locally made crafts to jewelry, sunglasses, and hats. And, the Friends of the San Francisco Public Library will be selling books, so come to the market to snag that perfect summer read.

Vendor stalls are open throughout the day, but if you stop by during the lunch hour, you’ll have the chance to check out many lunch options, including the much-loved Roli Roti. Eat al fresco with colleagues at the City’s longest picnic table, challenge co-workers to a game of giant Jenga, chess, or Connect Four while you’re at it! And, get your creative juices flowing with DIY activities at noon – including creating your own market tote with spray paint artists – make sure to come and create before supplies run out!


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This event is scheduled every Friday:
Please be aware that recurring events like this may occasionally be cancelled or postponed by the promoter - especially on holidays. We always suggest you contact the promoter or venue to confirm for a particular day.

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