West Palm Beach GreenMarket Reopens

West Palm Beach Greenmarket Reopens

Fresh from being voted the Best Farmers Market in the United States for the third year in a row by USA Today, the West Palm Beach GreenMarket has reopened for the 2024 season.

The West Palm Beach GreenMarket is free and located on the Great Lawn where Clematis Street intersects with the Intracoastal Waterway. It is held every Saturday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. through April 2024.

This year’s theme, “Here We Grow Again,” is a nod to the Market’s year-over-year growth and expanded offerings.  There will be 30 new vendors this season, raising the total count to 125.

The 30 vendors joining the West Palm Beach GreenMarket are: Azme Taco; Brooklyn Cupcake; CasaPan Healthy Artisan Breads; Casa Truffle; Catherine’s Clean Skincare; Coastal Clay; Coconut Bar; Coley’s Crumbs; Colorado Coffee; Creamed Honey Co.; Cultures; Earl’s Slow And Low BBQ; FarmerBoxmeal; Fruitful Society Mushrooms; Heavenly Green; Hive Bakery & Café; Holy Smokes Gourmet Fish Dip; Homegrown Shrimp USA; Kcee Nursery; Lo’s Pie Shop; La Strada; Liquid Gold Honey; Palm Beach Salt Co.; Rancher’s Reserve; Rosa Ice Cream; Sugar Coat It Bakery; The Kookie Box; The Native Bird; The Stand by Palmtrees & Popcorn and Whispering Oak Kombucha.

Free parking is available at the Evernia and City Center garages until noon. Those who wish to use the free West Palm Beach trolley may take either the Green or Yellow Line routes.

The full West Palm Beach GreenMarket list of vendors may be viewed here.

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