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August 2020 by Lisa Valentine
The Farmers Market is a little smaller now, with the distancing between booths, but still is wonderful.
August 2020 by Justin khan
Great farmers market for veggies and fruits. Following covid reg. As well.
July 2020 by DELTA A17
Perfectly functional market, no complaints.
June 2020 by Isaiah G.
Came here Sunday. The market is in the middle of downtown so there's a lot of parking. It's only two blocks but there is definitely a lot. They sell fruits, vegetables,meat,eggs, and pastries. They have plenty and the quality of the food is really good. They have a lot of coffee spots around the market. It's very cute and definitely worth going.
June 2020 by Michael Jackson
Rearranged to allow distancing. It was a pleasant stroll and we got some nice fresh cherries and apricots. Good tamales for luck this week.
June 2020 by Cat Fausto
Cute market. Some high prices for things but like any other Farmers Market
April 2020 by Pam F.
I really like this little market. And before I was pushed out and blocked from going to the farmers market, any farmers market, stretching my food budget, buying fresh healthy non-gmo and organic produce and veggies for the most part, going to any farmers market was a huge part of my life and in the beginning, before the hatefest on my life, the Martinez Farmers Market was one of my favorite markets to visit, I actually loved the feel of this market. Not so much anymore, since there is a darkness and anger to the atmosphere. A feeling of unwelcome and mafia-like territory, similar to the Concord and Walnut Creek Farmers Markets, unfriendly and territorial.Supporting farmers is important and really should be important to those who eat, which is everyone. Why? Because without farmers and their farms and the early morning hours and harvesting they do, we 'the people' wouldn't have any thing to eat. *In fact, because of COVID19, everyone should be supporting farmers and farmers markets more often than the regular grocery store. There have been several articles stating a food shortage could be on its way, farmers are having to dump food, dairy products and more b/c there's not enough of a demand. But who am I to tell ppl what to do or not do, I fought for farmers in the past and there was no increase in their support. Here are a couple articles to support my statement, about farmers having to give away or dump their products which is their 'income/salary' https://tinyurl.com/y8vgkyslhttps://tinyurl.com/y8wbxj4jIt truly is sad :( how unsupported farmers and farmers markets are in the Bay Area, so it seems. In the Bay Area, there is practically a farmers market every day of the week, except Monday's for some farmer associations. When I first moved to the Bay Area and found out I could go to a farmers market almost everyday, I was so excited, it became of scavenger hunt like game, to me and it was fun. Discovering new fruits & veggies, finding out how to prepare/cook foods, their shelf life and more. It was a great learning experience and the info was from a great source the farmers themselves. It was fun seeing how many farmers markets I could go to, that is, until I was bullied, glared at, ostracized, pushed out of that arena, which was hard because I'm on a really tight monthly food budget and the farmers market helped to stretch that food budget. Plus, I was able to cut out the middleman and buy direct from the farmers. Anyhow, Martinez farmers market was the third farmers market I began to frequent and I even shared it with one of my brothers, shortly thereafter I was blocked and prevented from going to the Martinez farmers market and other localMarkets too. It was really hard. The Martinez farmers market is located in downtown Martinez on Sundays from 10-2pm, the hard part about getting to the market is that its hours overlap with the farmers market that happens in downtown Walnut Creek. What makes the Martinez Farmers Market even better is, that all parking is free on Sundays. My original Martinez Farmers Market review was somehow removed, but I didn't receive notification of its removal and it was posted in 2016. I've found that the produce and products sold at the Martinez farmers market, are not old, has really good prices, and there is a variety of produce & products, not just the typical fruits, squash, and lettuces. I don't live so close to Martinez anymore, but if I did, I'd try to somehow get back to pick up fresh fruits and veggies.
March 2020 by Melissa Mohoi
Rain or shine! We can count on our local farmers for the best produce, local honey, eggs & beef!! Thank you and appreciate you taking the extra care & precautions during these trying times.
March 2020 by Marius Erickson
It's my favorite hangout on Sunday mornings.
February 2020 by Lara Z.
This farmers market has been steadily going down hill in the past 2 years. At present there are barely any vendors. The sellers themselves are friendly and accommodating. I believe it is the current management that is running this once cute little market into the ground. First the "Market Manager," neglects to treat people with a welcoming manner or basic kindness. He approached me today abruptly telling me that my dog had to be on the side walk. I moved to the sidewalk to accommodate the rule. I was going to purchase some pita beard but this interaction put a bad taste in my palette and I decided to leave instead. I walked on the sidewalk and re-entered the street where there were no not tables set up in order to approach my parked car. This is where the Market Manager aka Hall Monitor returns and shouts at me "you need to leave," "excuse me, I say." He reiterates that dogs need to be on the side walk. I point out to him that I'm well past we're the vendors end (sorry your turn out is so bad that there's empty lots : ( He shouts, "it does not matter, you need to leave now." I was walking slowing because I had major surgery that week and was still in a ton of pain. I pointed out my car and that I was basically leaving. And I told him that "he's a nice guy." He says that the place could get shut down for dogs (despite the fact that my dog and I were following the rules). This place will get shut down due to lack of vendors/turn out and the bigger problem of management who seeks every opportunity to harass potential costumers. I am a home owner who lives in Martinez, I will not be returning to this market despite the few but pleasant vendors, and will actively steer away my guests and friends due to hostile management. There is a way to approach and correct patrons in a respectful and not demeaning manner that would still endear them to your product. This guy's behavior has assured a loss in revenue.
November 2019 by Lucia Minor
Great selection. Awesome vendors.
October 2019 by Courtney Ayers
Great little farmers market! Wonderful organic produce locally farmed! Better quality than the supermarket and for less money! Part of my Sunday ritual. Since it's right downtown and by 2 parks I can have brunch hit the market and take munchkin to the park! Plenty of parking
September 2019 by Ridge Greene
Good Small farmers Market in Downtown Martinez. The Downtown is looking much nicer these days and the restaurant and pub scene is worth checking out as well.