La Jolla Open Aire Market, San Diego
About La Jolla Open Aire Market, San Diego
La Jolla Open Aire Market, San Diego - Address, Phone Number
Address: 7335 Girard Ave, La Jolla, CA 92037
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Timings: 09:00 am - 01:00 pm Details
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The location is curious - La Jolla Elementary School - but it works. Every Sunday morning one of San Diego's liveliest Farmer's Markets sees a horde of families, students and tourists return to school. Their objective? To get the best produce before anyone else can. Cheeses, veggies, seafood, other meats, coffee, crepes, dessert, and various cuisines from around the world are on for sale. Also for sale are some cool arts and crafts - jewelry, paintings and clothes. Altogether there around 140 vendors. All proceeds go to La Jolla Elementary School.
How To reach La Jolla Open Aire Market by Public Transport
- Bus 30 stop Girard Av & Torrey Pines Rd
- Drive to here.
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This is probably one of the better fresh produce farmer's markets in San Diego.Today we popped by quickly to grab a large jar of Orange Blossom raw honey from Max.It doesn't come cheap but it's the best honey I've ever tasted.There is always something new to see here but the fresh produce is always very very good.
Positive people, sunny awakenings, freshest produce & foods: a welcome alternative to Von's!😅 Plus it's a healthy walk from and a great Sunday opener...We love it!
It's a fast food fair....
This is the best Farmer's market in San Diego County, bar none. High end quality merchandise in these booths at rock Bottom prices!! In a classy little. Village!! Check out the be-jeweled glitzy sandals too. Lots of shade and a great place to go have fun and spend money ladies!!! Live music too!!!!
This is a real farmers market with tons of food and produce. There are also people selling trinkets, cloths, and other home-made items, but food was the highlight. My recommendation is to visit hungry and enjoy the street vendors.
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