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Farmers markets in the Wenatchee Valley

Farmers markets in the Wenatchee Valley

Everyone knows that if you want the freshest food, there’s no better place to shop than at a farmers’ market. Not only do you get access to meats and produce that you hardly ever can get at mainstream grocery stores, the dollars you spend go directly to local farmers and food producers.

If you’re planning a visit to a farmers’ market in the vicinity of Wenatchee, take a look at our top recommendations here:

Wenatchee Farmers Market
Palouse Street corner Columbia Street
Wenatchee WA 98801

The area’s namesake market is the top-of-mind choice for people looking for the freshest produce and meats. Started in 1979, it’s one of the oldest farmers markets in the district and is known to sell produce that’s been harvested within the last 24 hours. Wenatchee Farmers Market vendors that offer an eclectic mix of everything from food to handmade crafts and cut flowers.

Pybus Public Market
3 N. Worthen
Wenatchee, WA 98801

Another pillar of the Wenatchee farmers market scene, the Pybus Public Market is part of local history, too. It’s located on the site where the old Pybus Steel Company stood before it was converted into a farmers’ market in 2010. Today, the 28,000-sq. ft. venue is home to some 16 vendors, including Little Red’s Bakery & Espresso, The Cheesemonger’s Shop, and Cafe Columbia—all of which carry locally produced goods.

Farmhouse Table Local Foods Market
112 N. Mission Street
Wenatchee, WA 98801

This farmers’ market is run by the non-profit Community Farm Connection, which aims to connect communities in Wenatchee with the people who grow their food. Farmhouse Table Local Foods Market certainly lives up to its mission, as it features excellent products from some of the state’s smallest farms. On any given visit to the market, you can purchase the freshest produce, meat, dairy products, honey, nuts, grains, preserves, and other food items.

Mike’s Meats & Seafood Market
7 Worthen St.
Wenatchee, WA 98801

Mike’s Meats & Seafood Market promises to bring both the ranch and the sea to its discerning buyers. It has partnered with many of the area’s premier meat farms, including Painted Hills Natural Beef and Draper Valley Natural Chicken. One of its specialties is beefalo which, as the name suggests, is a hybrid of cattle and buffalo that’s lower in cholesterol and fat. Its seafood offerings are a comprehensive selection of the freshest catch and includes clams, mussels, oysters, shrimp, cod, salmon, steelhead, and even king crab legs.

Leavenworth Community Farmers Market
Alpine Lakes Elementary School
500 Pine Street
Leavenworth WA 98826

Leavenworth Community Farmers’ Market recently moved to a new venue, but its goal remains the same: increase access to fresh, locally produced food. The market offers a smorgasbord of amazing food options: Get everything from trendy microgreens, to organic vegetables, grass-fed angus beef, orchard-fresh berries and so much more. Special events such as the annual potluck dinner, where guests can mingle with the farmers and artisans they patronize, are often held as well.

Indeed, access to several excellent farmers’ markets is yet another reason to consider moving to Wenatchee, WA. If you’re interested in looking at properties here, give Coldwell Banker Cascade Real Estate a call at 509.888.8887 or send an email to info(at)cbcascade(dotted)com.