Napa Valley is more than just a world-famous wine region. It is also home to a lively twice-weekly farmers market that showcases some of the finest farms and most talented artisans in Northern California. Farm-to-table eating is easy and fun when you shop the Napa Farmers Market. Follow the seasons with us as every week brings a fresh new cornucopia.
The same warm Mediterranean climate that ripens our coveted wine grapes yields fruits and vegetables of uncompromising quality, a year-round harvest that makes our Napa Farmers Market world-class. We provide a venue for the community to connect with and support more than 60 small regional farms, many certified organic. Depending on the season, the offerings include citrus, Delta asparagus, fragrant raspberries, heirloom apples, fresh-dug potatoes, Asian basil, nursery seedlings, exquisite dahlias, pasture-raised meats, wild-caught seafood and pastel farm eggs. We also feature the unique handicrafts of local artisans, and our specialty-food purveyors tempt shoppers with handmade pastry, honey, pupusas, cheeses and granola.
Our weekly chef demonstrations teach our customers how to cook nutritious meals at home using fresh, local, in-season products. Weekly children’s activities educate the next generation of shoppers about healthy eating, local agriculture and where food comes from. Napa County Master Gardeners are on hand to provide advice and solve gardening dilemmas. Food trucks offer hot crepes, cappuccino and other sustenance while shopping. Napans look forward to meeting their neighbors and friends at the market, and our community’s many visitors find treasures to take home.
We hope you will join us to enjoy shopping at the market, learning about our local farmers and participating in our special events throughout the season.
Please join us Tuesdays and Saturdays beginning April 7, from 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. in the parking lot of Century Theatres at South Napa Century Center, 195 Gasser Drive, Napa.
The Napa Farmers Market welcomes WIC recipients and doubles the value of CalFresh/EBT benefits.
Use Imola to get to the Market!
Starting Saturday, August 4, customers must use Imola Avenue to access the market in the Century Center Parking Lot. Gasser Drive will be closed to through traffic from Kansas Avenue to Hartle Court, near the Fire Station, for about six weeks.
Stop by the Education Station (next to the Info Booth) for kid and family-friendly education activities! Pull up a chair at 9:30 a.m. for Storytime. Every Saturday at 10:30 a.m. features creative and interactive Kids Education programs about eating healthy, being physically active and protecting our environment. For more info check out our Events Calendar!
Sun Tracker Farms
Carine, Robert and baby Albie Hines bring the bounty from their California Certified Organic Farm’s third growing season located in Guinda (Yolo County). Best known for their charantais melons and potatoes, their farm’s soil and climate gives them a unique flavor. The Hines family loves their Napa Farmers Market regular customers and friendship of fellow vendors. Find them on Instagram and Facebook!