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Farmers' Market - 2 to 5 pm - Winter Hours

Portola Valley Farmers’ Market

Thursday, 2 to 5 pm (Winter Hours) - Rain or Shine

Market News

Visiting the market this week with kid crafts is Creekside Learning Lab and also 70 Strong will be on the Schoolhouse steps.

Seasonal fruits and veggies, strawberries, honey, farmstead meats, chickens and eggs, bacon and sausages (and grass-fed beef hot dogs!). 

Nuts and nut butter, fresh juices and jams, smoky seasonings, gluten-free bakery goodies plus freshly baked artisan bread, scones and pies.

Ready to Eats

Greek Table has hummus and pita chips, salads and lots of olives.

The Roli Roti truck is with us each week serving hot rotisserie chicken and potatoes.

Doorstep Organics aka Tony’s Crepes has made to order sweet and savory crepes and also freshly popped kettle corn.

Craft vendors this week are Dreamlight Jewelry and Earth’s Sister.

Coming in April

Green Oak Creek Farm returns to the market in April with strawberries, flowers and other seasonal veggies from the coast near Pescadero.

We have a new fresh pressed juice vendor starting soon and a new vendor with samosas, chutneys, Afghan stuffed flatbreads, sauces and naan bread.

Yums by Claudia will be baking up biscuits, sandwich bread, English muffins and also ready-made pizza dough.

We will be adding more delicious hot foods. Our tamale vendor is going to be expanding into a hot booth offering tacos, burritos, tamales, posole and more.

More reasons to visit Portola Valley Farmers’ Market!

Next week the market will resume regular hours (2 pm to 6 pm).

Visit the market website at and join us on Facebook for weekly market day news!

Maggie Foard, Manager/Operator
Portola Valley Farmers' Market

Farmers Market Flyer