The Bay Area is a locally-sourced eater's paradise, and SF is home to some of the best Farmer's Markets in the country. Saturdays are dominated by the massive Ferry Building Farmer's Market, but what if you're busy? What if you wait until Sunday to run all your errands? Luckily, there are half a dozen great choices.
One of the best, which I've written about before is the Fort Mason Farmer's Market, but my favorite place to spend a Sunday morning is actually at the tiny Divisadero Farmer's Market. It's like the Goldie Locks of farmer's markets--not too big, and not too small, but there's just the right amount of everything.
Cute flowers at a great price? Check. Eggs? Check. Tons of seasonal fruit? Yes! Veggies, tomatoes, fresh juice and bread? You bet! There's not really any hot food choices, but that's not what I'm looking for in a farmer's market. And, the neighborhood is full of great breakfast/lunch/brunch/coffee places. When I go to the farmer's market, I want something not too crowded, not too expensive, and full of seasonal produce. I want nice people, and a neighborhood feel. I want to take my time, but I don't want to spend all day wandering in circles. So, Divisadero is perfect!
Divisadero Farmer's Market
Grove St. @ Divisadero St.
Every Sunday, rain or shine 'til 2 p.m.