Harbor Village Farmers Market


I stopped in at the first Harbor Village Farmers Market. I picked up a few organic local veggies to add to future dinners and chatted with some of the vendors. I got there in mid afternoon an noticed a few vendors packing up. The woman I spoke with said they were leaving because they were all sold out! So that's a good start to the market, since folks know they can sell what they bring. Inside the nearby mall is an arts and crafts market. There's plenty of parking. The market runs every Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm.
By: Barbara Kossy, Half Moon Bay, CA

"So awesome I love it why do they have two different review sites. Anyways good food, produce, cupcakes are delic and cool petting zoo, jumper, face painting, and music for the kiddies. I honestly believe this will be the best farmers market in the bay area there were tons of people everywhere. They seriously had everything a jumper, petting zoo, food, fresh produce, arts, and crafts. I heard a lot of people talking about how great it was. The only negative feedback I heard was the variety of the vendors, but I mean it was the first day I bet this market becomes a giant. It was really fun to go to with the family and we are looking forward to coming back every Sunday. I cant wait for more cupcakes, artichokes, strawberries, and some pies mmmmmm mmmmm good!"
By: Danny W., Moss Beach, CA

"This is a nice Farmer's Market: Sundays from 10-4, year-round. It has only been open a few weeks, and it seems to grow and improve each week.
In the parking lot, there's a variety of produce, floral and baked goods stands, plus vendors selling items like hummus, cured meats, cheeses, hand made soap, and seafood. Next to the market is a bounce house and mini petting zoo, and I've seen groups playing live music most days as well.
Inside the Harbor Village Mall are artisans selling items like hats, scarves, and paintings. Lots of cute stuff.
I'm glad the market has come to this particular mall, because the place was mostly vacant before they arrived. I hope the new arrivals will help keep things afloat. Dead shopping malls are very depressing."
By: Raina S., El Granada, CA

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