University District Farmers Market3 Votes Currently Closed
- Address: 5031 University Way NE, Seattle, WA 98105, USA, United States
- Timings: 09:00 am - 02:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-2066325234
- Tags: Market
If you are looking for a place where you can get your hands on some farm-fresh, organic products, the University District Farmers Market would be the ideal place to visit. The market is open year-round on Saturdays where up to 70 farmers, cooks and vendors sell a varied variety of items. From fresh fruits to vegetables, food items like fresh multigrain bread, nuts, granola, cheese, soups, meats, yoghurt to beautiful fresh flowers, the market has everything. Parking in the area is free and there are two parking lots especially for the market. There’s a lot to see and do here. If you are here on a Saturday, a visit to the market wouldn’t disappoint you.
How to Reach University District Farmers Market
- Bus 45, 71, 73, 373 to stop - University Way NE & NE 50th St
- Bus 45, 71, 73 to stop - 15th Ave NE & NE 52nd St
- Bus 74, 542, 556 to stop - NE 50th St & University Way NE
- Bus 67 to stop - 11th Ave NE & NE 50th St
University District Farmers Market Reviews & Ratings
Fun. Very busy. Will need to be okay with crowds. Great food. A bit of a wait for it, since there are so many people. Go early to avoid sold out items.
The U District Farmers Market is a great way to spend part of a Saturday. One of the main things I appreciate about it is that it goes one year-round. This means you can different produce and goods as the seasons change. Granted, there are fewer stalls in the winter, but you can still get some great local products regardless of the time of year. The variety of vendors is a plus as well. You can find fresh produce, baked goods, canned foods, preserves, and cooked food like pupusas, yogurt, etc. as well.
Saturdays are better thanks to this morning stop. Fresh food, good products and lots of people watching.
A perfectly sized farmers market. Not too overwhelming like Ballard, but still so many great vendors.
We have visited the Ballard, West Seattle, Wallingford, Fremont and University district farmers markets, and I'd say this is number 2 on the list. Typically less crowded than Ballard, more food and produce vendors than the others, and pretty easily accessible.