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Bethesda Farmer's Market
Saturdays, June 19 - October 30
9am - 1pm
Norfolk Avenue between Fairmont & St. Elmo Aves.


Shop for pasture-raised meats and eggs, artisan cheeses, fresh fruits and vegetables, breads and baked goods, cut flowers, plants and more. Markets are open rain or shine. The Market will not be held on July 10 or October 2, 2010.

Chef tastings, book signings, live music and other great events also take place at the Market. Click here for a list of events.

Participating Farmers: 


Black Rock Orchard
Black Rock Orchard offers a variety of fruit, from summer raspberries, blueberries, gooseberries, apricots, nectarines, peaches, pluots, Italian prune plums and more.

Cherry Glen Goat Cheese

Following true artisan farmstead traditions, the fresh Chevre, Ricotta and five varieties of soft-ripened cheeses are handmade using only vegetable rennet and enzymes.

Dangerously Delicious Pies
Rodney Henry started Dangerously Delicious Pies 10 years ago and he makes some of the best pie, sweet or savory, around!

 

Garden Path Farms
Garden Path raises heritage bred meats and eggs on pasture.

Gunpowder Bison & Trading
(GBT)
Gunpowder Bison & Trading sells flavorful meat in a variety of cuts: steaks, roasts, sausages and burgers. GBT bison meat is raised naturally: no hormones or antibiotics.

Knouse Fruitlands
Knouse Fruitlands grows over 30 varieties of apples, 22 varieties of peaches, as well as nectarines, plums, pears, apricots, cherries, corn, pumpkins, gourds, and vegetables.

Panorama Bakery

Panorama, located in Alexandria, VA, has an extensive product list which includes a variety of savory and sweet loaves, baguettes, muffins and more.

Praline Bakery
Praline Bakery features fresh pastries, pies, tarts, cakes and French bread. This Bethesda bakery uses only the finest and purest ingredients they can find.

Spiral Path Farm
Spiral Path Farms grows a variety of certified organic vegetables, fruits and herbs and strives to provide the freshest food they can while keeping the land in a nontoxic state.

Spring Gap Mountain Creamery
Spring Gap sells hand crafted cheddar, gouda, tome, and blue cheeses.  All are made from aged cow’s milk cheese, and the milk is purchased from a nearby dairy in Virginia.

Zahradka Farm
This farm grows 43 varieties of tomatoes, as well as sweet corn, squash blossoms, summer squash, Asian long beans, sherbert swirl baby watermelons, rainbow beets and more.