30+ Farmers Markets to #ShopLocal at in Pittsburgh

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Here in Pittsburgh, we’re lucky to have so many opportunities to purchase handmade, homegrown, and even organic goods straight from the source at our region’s many farmers markets. There’s at least one per day all summer long, though often more, and many put unique spins on these traditional events by bringing in fun food trucks, live music and entertainment, and even special events and happy hours.

If shopping local is important to you or if you’re looking to get some of the tastiest, freshest foods you can find in the whole region, check out our list of the best farmers markets in Pittsburgh that are kicking off this spring:


Squirrel Hill Farmers Market Pittsburgh

Squirrel Hill Farmers Market

The City of Pittsburgh’s Squirrel Hill Farmers Market always features a great variety of produce including fresh fruits, vegetables, meats and cheeses, and local baked goods. Vendors may also offer seasonal flowers, organic soaps, and sometimes even clothing!

May 15โ€“November 20 | 9:00amโ€“1:00pm

๐Ÿ“ Beacon-Barlett Parking Lot, Pittsburgh

Carnegie Farmers Market Pittsburgh
๐Ÿ“ธ Carnegie Farmers Market

Carnegie Farmers Market

The Carnegie Farmers Market features a wide variety of local vendors, including D & O Wine Cellars, Dolcezza Dagny, Full Moon Candle Shop, and Oak Hill Farm! This pet-friendly event also spotlights brick-and-mortar businesses along Carnegie’s Main Street.

July 10โ€“Sept. 25 and Nov. 20 | 12:00pmโ€“3:00pm

*No market on September 4

๐Ÿ“ 9-111 East Main Street, Carnegie


Liberty Green Park Pittsburgh
๐Ÿ“ธ Urban Redevelopment Project

East End Farmer's Market

Debuting at a new location this year, the City of Pittsburgh’s East End Farmer’s Market will bring vendors selling fresh veggies, produce, and artisan goods to Liberty Green Park on Monday evenings all summer long.

June 6โ€“October 24 | 3:30pmโ€“6:30pm

๐Ÿ“ Liberty Green Park, Pittsburgh

Robinson Farmers Market Pittsburgh
๐Ÿ“ธ Robinson Farmers Market

Robinson Farmers Market

The Archangel Gabriel Parish hosts Robinson’s Monday night farmers market in the parking lot of Holy Trinity Church, featuring ready-to-eat foods, locally-grown produce, live music and entertainment, and tons of other goods.

Beginning May 23 | 3:00pmโ€“7:00pm

๐Ÿ“ 5718 Steubenville Pike McKees Rocks

More Monday Markets


Lawrenceville Farmers Market Pittsburgh
๐Ÿ“ธ Lawrenceville Farmers Market

Lawrenceville Farmers Market

Lawrenceville’s popular farmers market maintains its mission of providing “access to fresh, local and healthy foods for Lawrenceville residents and visitors, including low-income families and the senior community.โ€ Check them out at Arsenal Park every Tuesday evening starting in May!

May 17โ€“November 22ย  | 3:00pmโ€“7:00pm

๐Ÿ“ 250 40th Street, Lawrenceville

Bethel Park Farmers Market Pittsburgh
๐Ÿ“ธ Bethel Park Farmers Market

Bethel Park Farmers Market

At the Bethel Park Farmers Market, you can expect to find vendors and food trucks that offer a selection of tasty fresh and prepared foods, including cookies, BBQ sauces, hummus, and wine from local vineyards! Other must-try products include baked goods, granola, honey, cheese, and shaved ice.

Beginning May 3 | 3:00pmโ€“7:00pm

๐Ÿ“ 30 Corrigan Drive, Bethel Park

More Tuesday Markets


Moon Farmers Market Pittsburgh
๐Ÿ“ธ Moon Farmers Market

Moon Farmers Market

Moon Farmers Market will debut at a new location this year on June 1 at St. Phillips’ Church on Beaver Grade Road, which is more accessible, visible, and convenient to all! More than 20 vendors are already scheduled with hopes for more, along with food truck appearances and a Community Spotlight Tent.

Beginning June 1 | 3:00pmโ€“6:30pm

๐Ÿ“ 1629 Beaver Grade Road, Coraopolis

Peters Township Farmers Market Pittsburgh
๐Ÿ“ธ Peters Township Farmers Market

Peters Township Farmers Market

In addition to live entertainment and beautiful views, the Peters Township Farmers Market will be hosting vendors that offer a wide range of local produce, meats and poultry, fresh eggs, coffee, honey, oils and salsa, local wine, baked goods, prepared foods and more.

More Wednesday Markets


Market Square Farmers Market Pittsburgh
๐Ÿ“ธ Market Square Farmers Market

Market Square Farmers Market

Of course “Market” Square has one of the best farmers markets in the city! This awesome lunchtime market features a variety of vendors each week that bring regional produce, organic products, and small-batch prepared foods that are perfect for a mid-week lunch.

May 12โ€“October 27 | 10:00amโ€“2:00pm

๐Ÿ“ Market Square, Pittsburgh

Murrysville Farmers Market Pittsburgh
๐Ÿ“ธ Murrysville Farmers Market

Murrysville Farmers Market

Murrsyville’s farmers market features weekly lineups of fun live entertainment, tasty food trucks and fresh local produce. Along with the traditional items like fruits, veggies and baked goods, you can expect to find fresh herbs, flowers, hot foods, baked goods, and even pantry items.

Juneโ€“September | 3:00pmโ€“7:00pm

๐Ÿ“ 3235 Sardis Road, Murrysville

More Thursday Markets


Cranberry Township Farmers Market Pittsburgh
๐Ÿ“ธ Cranberry Township Farmers Market

Cranberry Township Farmers Market

Cranberry Township’s farmers market is known for bringing the party by hosting happy hours featuring local breweries along with special events like Kidapalooza, the Arts & Crafts Fest, and Barktoberfest! Of course, you can still meet your #ShopSmall goals with all the farmers market staples.

June 3โ€“September 30 | 3:00pmโ€“7:00pm

๐Ÿ“ Market Square, Pittsburgh

Monongahela Farmers Market Pittsburgh
๐Ÿ“ธ Monongahela Farmers Market

Monongahela Farmers Market

Monongahela’s Friday night farmers market hosts traditional market finds alongside live music and hot food vendors, crafters, home party vendors, wineries, food booths and food trucks in Chess Park.

Juneโ€“September | 3:00pmโ€“6:00pm

๐Ÿ“ Chess Street, Monongahela

Monongahela'S Farmer Market
๐Ÿ“ธ Monongahela Farmer's Market

The Original Farmers Market

The Original Farmers Market is an open-air (covered!) permanent market located just outside of Bridgeville. Throughout the season, vendors rotate what they bring based on what’s in season, with items like baked goods, flowers, spinach and peas for sale during May. Check out their website for the full lineup of this year’s goods!

May 6โ€“September 30 | 5:30pmโ€“7:00pm

*Open on Fridays in May; then open every Monday, Wednesday, Friday starting in June through the end of summer

๐Ÿ“ 151 Parks Road, Cuddy

More Friday Markets


Ligonier Country Market
๐Ÿ“ธ Ligonier Country Market

Ligonier Country Market

The Ligonier Country Market is about an hour’s drive from Pittsburgh, but we think it’s totally worth the trip. It’s one of the larger farmers markets in the region with dozens of vendors selling all kinds of local and handmade goods alongside hot foods, and they have some of the earliest hours around so you can get your shopping done early!

Beginning May 31 | 8:00amโ€“12:00pm

๐Ÿ“ Loyalhanna Watershed Farm, Ligonier

Bloomfield Saturday Market
๐Ÿ“ธ Bloomfield Saturday Market

Bloomfield Saturday Market

The Bloomfield Saturday Market is a favorite among city-dwellers, as it’s a great place to find fresh fruits and veggies, cold-pressed juices, handmade candles and more! Some vendors include Cutting Root Farm and Apothecary, Hannahโ€™s Honey, Sol Patch Garden and Woolf Farms amongst others.

May 7โ€“November 19 | 9:00amโ€“1:00pm

๐Ÿ“ 5050 Liberty Avenue, Pittsburgh

Sewickley Farmers Market
๐Ÿ“ธ Sewickley Farmers Market

Sewickley Farmers Market

The 18th year of the Sewickley Farmers Market has already begun! During this eight-month season, you can find sustainable, fresh produce alongside delicious food products like goat dairy products, artisan salsas, locally distilled spirits, no-sugar-added jams and sauces, and so much more.

April 2โ€“November 19 | 9:00amโ€“1:00pm

๐Ÿ“ 200 Walnut Street, Sweickley

More Saturday Markets

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If you’re ready to #ShopLocal this spring and support the amazing growers, makers, and all-around artisans that feed Pittsburgh all year round, we hope that this list of farmers markets in Pittsburgh helps you get started.

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Kaidia Pickels

Kaidia Pickels

Kaidia is a marketing copywriter and food/culture journalist based in Pittsburgh, PA. When she's not writing, she loves to travel, eat new dishes at local restaurants and try fitness classes throughout the city. She's a die-hard Penguins fan as well as an amateur baker and mixologist โ€” sometimes combining both in one recipe.