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Farmers' Market - 2 pm to 6 pm

Portola Valley Farmers’ Market - Thursday, from 2 pm to 6 pm

Plus Meet The Town's Public Works Staff (2 pm - 5 pm)

This Week

Welcome New Vendors:

A Good Squeeze - Emily makes freshly pressed fruit and veggie juices in delicious combinations for your healthy breakfasts and evening cocktails!

Green Oak Creek Farm from Pescadero is finally back this week for the season with artisan lettuces, tatsoi, strawberries, veggies, and flowers.

Food Demonstration

Food Demo by Innovative Cuisine, Chef Laura Stec of Portola Valley. Get the grill out, tutorial for pizza on the grill! This month’s demo is sponsored by Bianchini’s Market.


Cherries, blueberries, and apricots are beginning to arrive at the market. Strawberries are in their glory right now and very soon we will see the first of the olallie and blackberries.

Early white peaches have arrived and we still get to enjoy all the delicious citrus for a little while longer.

Navels, Tangor mandarins, honey mandarins (these have the bumpy skin and are super sweet and delicious) and lemons.

The very creamy Fuerte avocados are in season right now and there are lots of wonderful apples still available.

Freshly squeezed organic fruit juices from Smit Farm are apple, apple lemon, cherry, pomegranate, and more.


Gallardo Organics and Esquivel Farm (also organic) bring us loads of freshly picked produce from just about an hour away.

Asparagus, artichokes, Brussels sprouts, cilantro, parsley, lettuces, broccoli, huge cauliflower heads, chard, kale, spinach, spring onions, fennel, carrots, celery, potatoes and more.

Green Oak Creek Farm from Pescadero has artisan lettuces, tatsoi, asst veggies, strawberries, and flowers.

Additional Items from the Farm

Eggs, all pasture raised meats and chickens, bacon and sausage, grass-fed beef hot dogs, nuts, honey, and jams and syrups from Smit Farm.

Specialty Foods

One Ocean Seafood has local salmon and a great assortment of your favorite seafood.

A Good Squeeze (juices), Nut’n Bean nut butter and vegan spread. Maggie’s Jams and Fudge (and a few eggs).

Lots of great bakery including Shampa’s Pies, Little Sky loaves and brioche buns, Flourchylde Gluten Free cakes, cookies and breads.

Yums by Claudia with pizza dough, pound cakes, biscuits and English muffins, toffee, and cookies. 


Dreamlight Jewelry, Earth Sister Handbags, and knife sharpening while you shop by The Finest Edge!! (The knife sharpening booth will be on the very end across from the Roli Roti truck now, next to apples).

Ready to Eats

Roli Roti Truck brings us rotisserie chicken, ribs, fingerling potatoes and Brussels sprouts.

Greek Table makes stuffed grape leaves, olives, artichoke salad, hummus, pita and pita chips.

Roti Samosas are in 6pk of veggie or chicken and crisp up in 5 minutes in the oven. Serve with their dips, chips and parantha bread, chutneys and pickle.

Doorstep Organics aka Tony’s Crepes and Kettle Corn makes made to order sweet or savory crepes.

Ce Patli makes tacos, tamales, quesadilla, and tostadas. All with handmade freshly ground corn tortillas. Plus fantastic vegetarian refrieds. Vegan options available.

Meet the Towns Public Works Staff & Tour the Maintenance Yard

In recognition of National Public Works Week, stop by the Public Works booth (2 pm - 5 pm) to meet the Town’s Public Works Director and Maintenance Team. They are responsible for maintaining all the Towns roads, buildings, trails, fields, Open Space, landscaping, and storm drains. This is a great opportunity to meet the Town's small PW staff, learn more about Public Works, and if interested take a tour of the maintenance yard.

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Maggie Foard, Manager/Operator
Portola Valley Farmers' Market

Farmers' Market