Whether you’re looking for a tasty treat, some afternoon fun, or fresh fruits and veggies for the week ahead, farmers markets in Pittsburgh are a testament to the city’s rich agricultural roots and community spirit. Here are a few you won’t want to miss.

Beccari's Farm Market exterior

Beccari’s Farm Market

June – October | 5095 Thoms Run Rd, Oakdale, PA

Nestled on Thoms Run Road in South Fayette, Beccari’s Farm Market is a haven of fresh produce. Known for its wide array of vegetables, berries, and more, this market truly embodies the farm-to-table spirit. From succulent strawberries and raspberries to a variety of tomatoes and honey, Beccari’s offers a bountiful selection. Plus it’s less than 10 mins from our Stonegate neighborhood and just five minutes from our Creekside Meadows neighborhood.

The Original Farmers Market illustration of people and fresh food

The Original Farmers Market

May – November | 151 Parks Road, McDonald, PA

A short drive off the Bridgeville exit leads to The Original Farmers Market, located just 10 mins from Stonegate and 15 mins from Creekside Meadows. Open on Fridays throughout May and Monday, Wednesdays, and Fridays through September, this local favorite offers not just produce but treats and goods from food vendors and local distillers.

a man operating a farm stand at Ambridge Farmers Market

Ambridge Farmers Market

May – November | 624 Park Road, Ambridge, PA

Located at St. Mary’s Byzantine Catholic Church in Ambridge, PA, this Beaver County Farmers Market thrives on Thursdays from May to November. It’s a showcase for fruits, vegetables, baked goods, and more. Plus, there are four other Beaver County Farmers Markets that take place throughout the week (located at Beaver, Beaver Falls, New Brighton, and Chippewa) ensuring that fresh, organic, and home-cooked delights are always within reach. This is especially true for our Watermark at The Landings residents, who are only 15 minutes away from the Ambridge location.

an illustration and fresh food from The Farmers’ Market Cooperative of East Liberty

The Farmers’ Market Cooperative of East Liberty

Year-round | 344 North Sheridan Avenue, Pittsburgh

Operating since 1941, the Farmers Market Cooperative of East Liberty is the oldest cooperative of its kind in western Pennsylvania and the only year-round market in Pittsburgh. It’s a cornerstone for locally grown meat and fresh produce, especially during the winter months. Owned by farmers, this market offers a direct connection to Pittsburgh’s agricultural community.

a farmers market stand with fresh produce

City of Pittsburgh Farmers Markets

May – November | Multiple Locations

The city of Pittsburgh hosts a series of vibrant markets in several locations, including Squirrel Hill, East End, Carrick, and Northside, with a schedule running from May through November. These markets are part of Pittsburgh’s initiative to provide access to farm-fresh fruits, vegetables, meats, cheese, and baked goods, enriching the city’s culinary landscape.

A cute boy is picking out vegetables with his mom at the farmers' market

Don’t Miss These Farmers Markets in Pittsburgh

Farmers markets in Pittsburgh offer a tapestry of flavors, products, and experiences. Whether you’re seeking fresh produce, artisan goods, or simply a vibrant atmosphere, Pittsburgh’s farmers markets are destinations worth exploring. And, when you live in one of our coveted Pittsburgh neighborhoods, you’ll never be far from the farmers market fun. Schedule a tour today to experience these homes and neighborhoods for yourself.