Do you want to immerse yourself with locals during your visit to the City Different? The Santa Fe Farmers’ Market is the perfect place to chat, buy, and browse local! Keep reading to discover more about the market and some of our favorite vendors!
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Your Guide to the Santa Fe Farmer’s Market
The Santa Fe Farmers Market continues to be a staple of life around town since it began in 1960. It’s one of the largest and most recognized markets in both New Mexico, with over 150 active vendors, all working to meet the demand for local foods and products. Here, you can peruse stalls filled with fresh vegetables, fruits, eggs, milk, cheeses, meats, baked goods, chile, teas, herbs, original crafts, body care products, and much more!
The market sits in the heart of the hip and trendy Railyard District and operates year-round, thanks largely to newer technologies helping off-season production for Santa Fe farmers. 100% of the vegetables, fruits, and nursery plants and at least 80% of the other ingredients in goods you’ll find here are products of Northern New Mexico, demonstrating the commitment to locally grown and produced goods. Once you browse through the market, don’t miss your chance to browse the connecting shops, which include a collection of local businesses featuring wine, tea, coffee, chocolate, garden items, and global gifts.
Santa Fe Farmers’ Market Vendors
Intergalactic Bread Company
If you’re looking for some delicious fresh-baked bread, check out the Intergalactic Bread Company. Here you will discover everything from bagels to “intergalactic space sauces” made with locally grown New Mexico fruits and vegetables.
Buckin’ Bee Honey
For all your natural honey products, head to Buckin’ Bee Honey. This vendor has honey, candles, beeswax, lip balm, bee pollen, and more!
If produce is the main ingredient on your Santa Fe Farmers’ Market list, then head to Wagner’s Farm. Here, you will find sweet corn, green chile, apples, peaches, watermelons, cantaloupes, honeydews, tomatoes, squash, cucumbers, black-eyed peas, green beans, and pumpkins.
Old Pecos Foods
One of the most raved about ingredients at the market is the Southwestern–style gourmet mustard sold by Old Pecos Foods. These gourmet jars of mustard come in delectable original flavors, such as Green Chile, Hickory Almond, Pecan Honey, and Spicy Garlic.
Mi Young’s Farm
One of the best foods to eat on-site at the market is the kimchi pancakes from Mi Young’s Farm, made from sprouted organic mung beans, kimchi, and brown rice flour. You can choose from the Savory with chevre, sauteed chives, lettuce mix, and arugula, or the Sweet with fig chevre and chrysanthemum greens.
For an authentic stay within walking distance of the market, look no further than the Four Kachinas Inn. Our beautiful Inn is home to a collection of well-appointed rooms filled with locally made art and furnishings. You also receive a delicious complimentary breakfast every morning of your stay that will have you up and ready to explore our incredible destination.
Start planning your trip today by booking one of our rooms. We look forward to welcoming you to our Northern New Mexico oasis!