West Palm Beach GreenMarket – A Complete Guide
West Palm Beach GreenMarket – Everything You Need to Know
Named the #1 Farmer’s Market in the country by USA Today for the past 2 years, the West Palm Beach Greenmarket is a must-do. What’s not to love? 110 vendors, waterfront location, live music, $15 unlimited mimosas, pop-up workshops and more!
200 Clematis Street
West Palm Beach
October thru mid-April
9:00 – 1:00
FREE from 9:00 – 1:00
City Center Parking Garage, 400 Banyan Boulevard
Clematis Parking Garage, 500 Banyan Boulevard
Sapodilla Parking Garage, 600 Clematis Street
Tips for the Best West Palm Beach GreenMarket Experience
The West Palm Beach Greenmarket is popular! It’s the place to be on Saturday, so arrive early to beat the crowds and get the goods.Chef Luc’s Croissants and Bread by Johnny frequently sell out by 11:00. One bite and you’ll know why.
BYOB – Bring Your Own Bags
It’s good for Mother Earth plus they hold so much more than a flimsy plastic bag. Trust me, you’ll want a really big bag.
Take a Tour
The West Palm Beach GreenMarket can be overwhelming with 110 vendors, so let an expert take you on a guided VIP tour. You’ll enjoy plenty of food for brunch, try Cuban coffee and conch fritters, bite into a Venezuelan arepa, taste and learn about local tropical fruits, skip the lines, meet the vendors, hear their stories and much, much more. Just like the West Palm Beach Greenmarket, the Mornings in the Market Food Tour is popular, so make reservations in advance.
Try New Foods
Part of the fun is trying new foods, so be adventurous and try kombucha, conch at The Pink Shell, exotic fruits at My Exotic Fruits or let Frank the Cheese Guy introduce you to a new favorite. If you’re feeling really adventurous, be daring and try Bruce’s Ghost Pepper Sauces!
Talk to Vendors, Ask for Samples
These local vendors love to share their passion, so ask questions! See an interesting tropical fruit, but you have no idea how to eat it…just ask. Wondering what you can create with all those exotic mushrooms? I bet Gratitude Garden Farm has ideas.
Download the Vendor Map
How cool is this…an interactive vendor map!
Spend the Day in Downtown West Palm Beach
When you’re done eating your way through the West Palm Beach GreenMarket, explore the Antique & Flea Market along Clematis Street. It begins where the West Palm Beach GreenMarket ends.
Now go forth and buy fresh pasta for dinner from Garden of Esther, indulge your sweet tooth with La Gringuita’s famous stuffed cookies, and don’t forget a bouquet of fresh sunflowers. It’s going to be a happy, delicious, gorgeous day!