Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture’s Farmers’ Market
California Farmers' Markets AssociationEvery Sunday
Identified as an essential service, the Fort Mason Center For Arts & Culture (FMCAC) Farmer’s Market remains open during the Shelter-In-Place Order.
To keep visitors safe we have implemented a number of protocols developed in partnership with public health officials, including:
- Expanded market footprint to ensure social distancing requirements can be met.
- No prepared food will be available for on-site consumption.
- No sampling.
- Eliminated music and other non-essential entertainment activities.
The market is now available weekly on two days: Wednesdays and Sundays, from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. The new Wednesday Farmers’ Market reflects the need for more essential services during the COVID-19 public health emergency.
The FMCAC Farmer’s Market features more than 35 farmers and food purveyors. The spring market offers essential groceries, such as pastured meats, locally raised eggs, spring crop asparagus, hearty greens and root vegetables, artisan breads, dried beans, fruit, and more. Visit the Center For Urban Education About Sustainable Agriculture (CUESA)’s seasonal charts for information about what fruit, vegetables, nuts, and other crops are available now.
Discover the bounty of the San Francisco Bay Area’s microclimates, the North Bay’s organic farms and the San Joaquin Valley’s finest harvests. This bustling market is the perfect place to find ingredients for any culinary adventure.