If you are looking for some fresh produce and a way to support San Diego’s local farmers, look no further! You’ve come to the right place. The Ocean Beach Farmers Market occurs every Wednesday from 4-8 pm and is located on the 4900 Block of Newport Avenue between Cable and Bacon Streets in Ocean Beach.
The Ocean Beach Farmers Market has something for everyone. This event boasts the same free-spirited and funky vibe that can be felt throughout this beachside community. Here you will find countless vendors of fresh produce, tasty ready to eat meals, unique homemade arts and crafts, and live music to help set the tone for a fun and exciting evening out.
December 5 (rained out - sorry)
OB Holiday Food and Toy Drive Concert
Top local artists play holiday themed sets for a great cause.
4:00-4:20pm - Travis Oliver
4:30-4:50pm - Dave Gilbert
5:00-5:20pm - Jefferson Jay
5:30-5:50pm - Kris Wott and Michael Head
6:00-6:20pm - Bart Mendoza and Alicia Previn
6:30-8:00pm - Chicken Bone Slim
4pm - Atlas King (rhythmic alternative)
6pm - Sahara Grim (jazz vocal extraordinaire)
Samples are readily available to help you decide what tasty treats you will be carrying home with you, but don’t fill up too fast -- there is an array of food options available for dinner as well. Here you will find plenty of options for dinner, such as tacos, a variety of sandwiches and more unusual choices like Torpastas (baguettes stuffed w/pasta). You will also find a selection of authentic crepes, ceviche, tamales, and other delectable treats to satisfy your cravings.
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DON'T MISS YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE THE FRESHEST AND MOST DELICIOUS LOCALLY GROWN PRODUCE, ART, FLOWERS AND MORE!
"Wow. The farmers market was fantastic. The fresh produce superb. Enjoyed walking through the vendors booths, sampling fresh fruit...a real cornucopia of sights, sounds and smells. We plan to make this a regular stop when visiting San Diego."