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Sunday’s Farmers Market- La Jolla

Vista may host the oldest and longest running Farmers Market in the San Diego area, but La Jolla has one of the best- the La Jolla Open Aire Farmers Market. A couple dozen international food stalls serve breakfast and brunch foods for you to snack on while you shop at a wide variety of produce stands- organic… Continue reading Sunday’s Farmers Market- La Jolla

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Friday’s Farmers Market- Rancho Bernardo Winery

Friday's Farmers Market was up at the Bernardo Winery, Southern California's oldest operating winery. This is a great place to take visitors, with its numerous shops and stalls, and on Friday they add the Farmers Market to the mix, too. This is a small market, but the produce looked great, and the stalls with snacks… Continue reading Friday’s Farmers Market- Rancho Bernardo Winery

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Thursday’s Farmers Market- Carmel Valley

Carmel Valley's Farmers Market is... practically nonexistent. But if you are looking for about half a dozen different food vendors, or want your Carmel Valley teen to get a nice bite to eat after school, it is a handy hodge podge of snack shops. No McFood here! There are about seven food vendor stalls, and… Continue reading Thursday’s Farmers Market- Carmel Valley

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Wednesday’s Farmers Market- Ocean Beach

Every Wednesday from 4-8 pm (& pm in the winter), Ocean Beach has a Farmers Market on Newport Ave. between Cable and Bacon Streets. The website has information on the groups performing and promises a funky and free-spirited vibe is in store for its patrons. Who could resist such promises? If you want to get your… Continue reading Wednesday’s Farmers Market- Ocean Beach