2024 Guide to Pittsburgh Farmers Markets

May 5, 2024

One of the many joys of summer is picking out your favorite fresh produce at a local farmer’s market. Luckily for Pittsburghers, there are many markets all over the city. In addition to farm-to-table produce, shoppers can also often enjoy prepared foods, craft beer, local wine and spirits, artisan crafts, and more. Below is our 2024 Guide to our favorite Markets in the area!


Market Square

Thursdays, May 16 – October 31, 2024
10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

The 20th season of the rain-or-shine market offers regionally grown produce, organic products, and small-batch foods from a variety of vendors each week, serving Downtown’s workers, residents, visitors, and more.


Tuesdays, May 21 – November 26
3 p.m. – 7 p.m.
Bay 41, 115 41st Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15201

The Lawrenceville Farmers Market is a program of Lawrenceville United. We are committed to increasing food access in our community, to growing local agricultural businesses for long-term sustainability, and providing a vibrant resource for the Lawrenceville community.



Saturdays, May 4 – November 16
9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
5050 Liberty Avenue

Located in the heart of Bloomfield in Pittsburgh, PA, the Bloomfield Saturday Market is a farmer’s market that takes place May to November. The market emphasizes locally grown, produced, and created items. You’ll find produce, cheese, meat, coffee, hummus, prepared hot and cold foods, and so much more!



Fridays, May 24 – November 22
3 p.m. – 7 p.m.
Allegheny Commons Park, East Ohio Street & Cedar Avenue

Pittsburgh CitiParks Farmers Markets will be shaped to strategically grow as welcoming and safe spaces for local growers, goods vendors, and community members to gather and create robust marketplaces for all peoples and patrons throughout Pittsburgh’s neighborhoods.”

All 4 CitiParks Farmers Markets accept food stamps (SNAP), credit and debit cards as part of Just Harvest’s Fresh Access program, stop by the bright Red Tent! Other CitiParks market locations include Carrick, East End, and Squirrel Hill. Learn about all of the locations at the link below.



Saturdays, May 13 – November 18
9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Monroeville Mall, between Dick’s Sporting Goods and Best Buy

This Farmers Market is very unique to the Pittsburgh area because the vendors play a large role in the management of the Market. This unique way of managing a market helps to ensure sales of honestly homegrown and handmade products.



Every other Wedneday, June 12 – September 25
1350 Joe DeNardo Way, Moon Twp, PA

Moon Park will be the happening place to be on these evenings, featuring our traditional producer only market as you’ve known it, food trucks, craft beers & wine, kid friendly activities, and a concert you won’t want to miss!


Bethel Park

Tuesdays, May – September
3 p.m. – 7 p.m.
South Park, directly off Corrigan Drive near the Ice Skating Rink

Our vendors offer a great selection of fresh and prepared meals and snacks! We’ve got Gyros, fresh-made salads, BBQ sandwiches, cakes, cookies, breads, freshly made Kettle Corn, hummus, BBQ sauce, locally made wine and more! To further tempt your taste buds, enjoy old-fashioned shaved ices, granola, breads, honey, cheese, maple syrup, and delectable appetizers and desserts.


Upper St. Clair

Thursdays, May – September
4 p.m. – 7 p.m.
2040 Washington Road, adjacent to Westminster Presbyterian Church

Enjoy fresh locally grown fruits and vegetables, meats, bread, BBQ, fresh popcorn, icy treats, and burgers as well as Indian, Greek and Lebanese specialties. The market also features a variety of artisan goods.


The Block Northway Farmers Market

Thursdays, May 2 – September 26
3 p.m. – 6 p.m.
The Block Northway, between DSW and Land’s End

The Block Northway’s annual Farmers Market is back! The community-friendly event features locally grown, hand-selected produce, plus artisans and their handcrafted goods from all over the Allegheny County area. Shop bakery to bath bombs for the unique addition to The Block’s classic store offerings.



Wednesdays, June 5 – October 9
3 p.m. – 7 p.m.
Hampton Community Center parking lot

The Farmer’s Market is a weekly event that takes place on Wednesdays from 3 – 7 pm beginning the first week of June and ends in mid October each year. We are excited to be able to bring fresh produce, homemade goods, and much more to our Residents and guests!



Saturdays, April – last Saturday before Thanksgiving
9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
St. James Church of the Divine Redeemer Parish

Now going into its Twentieth Harvest Season, the Farmers’ Market at St James Church of the Divine Redeemer Parish supports an eight month weekly local farmers and early merchants market. The market is open every Saturday from the first Saturday in April (except Holy Saturday, closed) to the last Saturday before Thanksgiving. The market is always open from 9 am until 1 pm regardless of weather conditions.