Alemany Flea Market

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  • Address: 100 Alemany Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94110, United States
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  • Timings: 07:00 am - 03:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-4156472043
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Flea Market

The vendors at this weekly flea market aren’t ALLOWED to sell new merchandise (unless it is arts and crafts). This is so that a healthy market in antiques can be fostered. It’s all about vintage goods, collectibles and other second-hand merchandise gathered from all over the world. Within these constraints, the collection is quite random - s vinyl, furniture, old tools, sad looking headless dolls, glasses, plates, clothes, antique furniture, used DVDs and VHS tapes, music instruments, purses, jewelry, toys, coins and stamps, paintings and pottery.

Alemany Flea Market Travel Tips

  • Parking is on the street.
  • Bring cash. Cards not accepted.
  • Best bargains in the afternoon.
  • Avoid going on the first Sunday of the month.

How to Reach Alemany Flea Market

  • Buses 23 and 67 stop: Crescent Ave & Putnam St
  • Drive to here.

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  • Alemany Flea Market Address: 100 Alemany Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94110, United States
  • Alemany Flea Market Contact Number: +1-4156472043
  • Alemany Flea Market Timing: 07:00 am - 03:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Alemany Flea Market: 02:00 Hrs
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Alemany Flea Market Reviews & Ratings

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  • Farmers market followed by the local Flea market on Sunday is a great place for the Natives to "Bump" in too each other for casual conversation to take place. Sometimes with the high cost of living and everything o. Schedule lifestyle can burn one out. It's nice to come here get great deals on produce and or other natural foods on Saturday and then get a chance to buy all your property back on Sunday for a decent price.

  • Fantastic ! You get organic produce at half the price of Whole Foods. Jostling elbows with grandmothers while picking fruit and bargaining with the vendors adds to the experience ! Definitely get Strawberries from Rodríguez farms stall... they are the sweetest strawberries you will ever have . But a half flat and share with your friends . I still miss them! Only negative of the market is parking. It’s a horrid situation and I don’t see any solution around it other than parking 5 blocks away up the hill or going there before 7 am

  • The Farmers market is a gem and has been around for many many years. I love to go on Saturday mornings and get lots of wonderful fresh fruits and vegetables.

  • It's actually a great place to spend a Sunday morning or afternoon wandering around the flea market and maybe even finding s treasure or two. What I dislike is the increase of cheap junk that's usually too expensive for what it is cheap junk made in China. As for the actually farmers market itself, it has been a long time since I made. It there, do I can't say anything about it ...one way or another.

  • Nice friendly people. We stop everytime we come f o r the weekend

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