Fresh food from local farmers has long been important to residents and restaurant owners in Nashville. Fortunately, there are plenty of farmers’ markets with produce and meats from farms just outside the city. For your fresh veggies, visit one of the farmers’ markets around Nashville.
The big daddy of Nashville farmers’ markets is found next to the Bicentennial Mall on Rosa Parks Boulevard. Comprised of several buildings housing even more booths, this market offers everything you need, even beyond fresh produce. You’ll only believe it if you see it.
Found at Sevier Park on Tuesday evenings during the summer, this farmers’ market serves the neighbors of 12South and the surrounding area. Be sure to check times and dates before you head out, as the hours are specifically 3:30 pm to 6:30 pm between May and October, but weather could affect this.
The Good Food Farmers’ Market is held on Saturday mornings from 9 am to noon at Richland Park. The produce is all top quality and comes from no farther away than 150 miles.
What better place for a farmers’ market in East Nashville than next to the Turnip Truck? This market runs between 3:30 pm and 6:30 pm from May to October, and features produce, eggs, cheeses, and starter plants for your own garden.
Wherever you are in Nashville, there’s a farmers’ market nearby!