Alemany Farmers’ Market

Alemany Farmers Market Entrance Sign

My parents owned a restaurant when I was growing up so I remember visiting the Alemany Farmers’ Market many Saturday mornings. Some call this spot the “People’s Market” as it was the first Farmers’ Market in California and continues to maintain its authentic feel. Its less trendy than other Farmers’ Markets but still offers low prices and 100+ local vendors. Wanting to share my upbringing with Caleb’s, I decide to bring him here one Saturday morning.

Alemany Farmers Market Drum Vendor

The stalls are lined with colorful murals and even more colorful vendors. If not busy, many of the vendors are so friendly. They talked and joked with Caleb and offered plenty of samples.

Alemany Farmers Market Vendor

Alemany Farmers Market Vendor

Caleb loved this Jamanican lady who sold small wooden instruments. I didn’t get a picture of it but she and Caleb held a little jam session with her drums.

Alemany Farmers Market Vendor

Alemany Farmers Market Vendor

Alemany Farmers Market Vendor

The flowers and produce selection is pretty unbeatable.

Alemany Farmers Market Vendor

Alemany Farmers Market Vendor

Unfortunately there weren’t any good breakfast options the day we visited so Caleb ate quesadillas at 9am in the morning. He didn’t seem to mind though.

If you’re in Bernal Heights, make sure to stop by!

Alemany Farmers’ Market
100 Alemany Blvd
San Francisco, CA 94110

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