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California Avenue Farmer's Market

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California Avenue Farmer's Market

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430 California Ave, Palo Alto, CA 94306-1605
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kamakshi2015 wrote a review Feb. 2020
Bengaluru, India1,876 contributions595 helpful votes
This charming neighbourhood has a great weekly attraction and it is the farmers market which is awaited every week by the locals and non locals . The freshest of farm produce , fresh flowers and the freshly baked goodies , jams juices etc .ypu can also grab a satisfying non pretentious breakfast , / brunch and coffee . It opens at 8 am on sundays . The popular market is littered with very tempting goodies , sea food , eggs , choicest cheeses and the whole lot more of the charming goods .There is no entree fee . The prices are competitive lm
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Date of experience: October 2019
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MLF-traveller wrote a review Oct. 2019
Palo Alto, California53 contributions53 helpful votes
Every Sunday, you get to see the denizens of ground zero Silicon Valley stroll with their children and parents, to buy their fresh fruits and vegetables and flowers, vases, potted plants and cooked food at this street fair with live music performances, balloons and sometimes even clowns. But the thing that draws me is the Vietnamese stall selling Bahn Mi - Pork Belly is the best, but you can get beef, chicken, classic (Pate) and vegetarian. They run out, so get there well before 1 pm when the farmers market shuts down.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Liza B wrote a review Jun. 2018
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This farmer's market is every Sundays from 9am - 1pm, I think. Fresh baked goods, fruits, vegetables & more. California Ave is great for dining, coffee/tea w baked goods & many other stores.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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FamilyTraveller44 wrote a review Jan. 2018
Mountain View, California84 contributions80 helpful votes
Google it. There are plenty of Farmer's Markets in the South Bay. But this one is the largest, quite diverse and around the year (rain or shine). There's Manresa's Break Project with the limited supply of eclectic breads, all the way to the end of the line with small, homemade jewellery! Though, of course, most of the stalls are fruits and vegetables, there's also plenty of fresh food stalls to eat. Note that not everything is 'organic', so look for the signs, but plenty of them indeed are. Once they broadened California Avenue more stalls were added and it's so long that there are 3 spots for live music which don't interfere with each other! Certainly the Zombie runner, Zareens and County Foods as added benefits of being one of the best espresso in Palo Alto, best Pak/Indian restaurant and great, complimentary, produce store. The market stretches from El Camino all the way to almost Baume restaurant (yes, that Michelin 2 star restaurant), and is particularly busy on Halloweens where there's a special day for little ones!
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Date of experience: January 2018
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SharoneRTW wrote a review Aug. 2017
California243 contributions78 helpful votes
This is our favorite Sunday farmers market! For pedestrians. Every Sunday there are many delicious food stands ranging from Indian, Mexican, Vietnamese with many Gluten Free options. We love strolling down this small market. The fresh produce stands offer fresh fruits and vegetables amazing. Flowers are always beautiful!
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Date of experience: August 2017
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