May and June are the perfect time of year to stop by one of Pittsburgh’s many Farmers Markets. Enjoy fresh produce, baked goods, tasty cheeses and many more items at these five great markets perfect for your weekend afternoon.
1. Lawrenceville Farmers Market
Beginning in June through September, stop by this expansive market that accepts cash, credit cards and SNAP benefits. Get juicy apples, crunchy carrots and so much more deliciousness at this delicious mecca of freshness. Open Saturdays 1-4 p.m. June-Sept., for more info click HERE.
2. South Side Farmers Market
Citiparks South Side Farmers Market is every Tuesday evening, from 3-7 p.m. Enjoy farm-fresh veggies and fruits as well as flowers, small gifts and gardening items. If South Side isn’t convenient to you, Citiparks offers locations for markets all around the city. Open Tuesdays 3-7 p.m., for more info click HERE.
3. Mt. Lebanon Lions Farmers Market
This Farmers Market was created by the Mt. Lebanon Lion’s Club 30 years ago. This year’s season starts June 7th. Get ready for some truly delicious salsa, fresh-baked bread and more. There’s even a homemade fudge and kettle corn stand for the kids too! Wednesdays 4-7 p.m., for more info click HERE.
4. Moon Twp. Farmers Market
The Moon Twp Farmers Market wishes to create access to sustainable and good quality food for its residents. Get ready for some seriously delicious, fresh off the farm tasting produce and baked goods. The market starts June 1st on Wednesdays. Wednesdays 3-6:30 p.m., for more info click HERE.
5. Ross Farmers Market
Ross Township’s Farmers Market is in full swing. Enjoy vendors for the whole family, including Amish baked goods, barbecue, homemade pasta, pet items and more. The farmer’s market takes place at St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church. Wednesdays 3-7 p.m., for more info click HERE.
There are many other farmers markets in Pittsburgh, we’ve picked 5 to start. If you know of other great farmers markets in Pittsburgh, let us know!