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The Baltimore Farmers’ Market
Sundays | thru Dec. 22 | 7:00am-Noon | Quiet Hours 7:00am-9:30am
Under Jones Falls Expressway at Holiday & Saratoga Street

This year, 47th Market will debut Quiet Shopping Hours from 7:00–9:30am. This allows us to offer a more sensory-friendly environment for people who prefer a calmer shopping experience. During the Quiet Shopping Hours there will be no music, buskers, or barkers. From 9:30 a.m. on, you can expect all the usual hustle and bustle of the Market.

New Farms & New Vendors

You will find four New Farms this year at the Market. Be sure to check out Kitchen Girl Farm and its wide variety of colorful vegetables as well as Lindy’s Seafood’s live crabs and fresh oysters. Don’t miss the organic microgreens from Thomas’ Green Farm or the ethically raised meats of Watson and William Farm.
There’s a number of New Artisans who are vending at the Market for the first time. Selling handmade wares from jewelry to pottery to beauty products and more.
Here are the talented new artisans who are part of the 47th season:

Art by Lakshmi


Diana Sanlorenzo

Diana’s Bookshop

False Chanterelle


Greener Dayz

Groovy Paradox

Java’ & Joy Clay Co.

Jimmy Potters Studio & Workshop

Karen Coston Jewelry


Kory Albert Johnson

Krem au KremMeredith Pyle
Mr. Hyde’s Apothecary
Naked Leather
NikdaPooh Designs
Old Line Plate
Puppet Jams with Silly Sheila
Rachana Saurabh
The Asaka Gallery
The Throne
Zoe’s African Fashion

Hungry? We Gotchu!

If all that shopping makes you hungry, grab a snack from one of this year’s new food vendors. The expanded culinary options include the delicious spreads of Backyard Jams & Jellies, beignets in a variety of innovative flavors from Beye Beignets, the family owned and operated House of Empanadas, homemade gluten-free pasta from Impasta, the comfort food of Royal Sauce’s food truck, and the frosty confections of Black woman owned Sydney’s Ice Creams.
There are also three new vegan vendors joining us this season. Keep an eye out for the husband-and-wife team running Hue Cafe & Apothecary, the plant-based pastries and meal prep from NefeVee, and the prepared vegan meals you can take home from Tom Cat’s Kitchen. Finally, you’ll see a trio of new alcohol vendors at the Market: Royal Rabbit Vineyards, Twin Valley Distillers, and Two Story Chimney Ciderworks.

Additional information for the Baltimore Farmers Market below…

Parking - Pets - Smoking

The Baltimore Farmers’ Market is located underneath the Jones Falls Expressway (JFX I-83) at 400 E. Saratoga Street

Free Parking is available during market hours

330 Guilford Avenue Mary Catherine Bunting Garage – accessible from Pleasant Street No parking validation is required.
302 N. Holliday St Parking Lot – accessible from Guilford Avenue
Flat lot on the Northeast corner of Guilford Avenue and Pleasant Street
Street Parking on Fallsway
Street Parking on Saratoga Street

NO Pets (per Baltimore City Health Department Rules and Regulations) ticketed offense of up to $1,000.00.

NO Smoking Baltimore City Health Department declared Smoke-Free Zone.