Ferry Building Farmers’ Market Now Vendors’ Market

The Ferry Building Farmers’ Market opened for lunch today with street food vendors jockeying for attention with actual farmers. 4505 Meats was there with smoked hot dogs, Cap’n Mike came down from Marin to sell smoked fish sandwiches, and Roli Roti hauled in the rotisserie grill, in addition to stalls selling pizza, tacos (Korean and Mexican), sorbet, and coffee. Oh, there were also fruits and vegetables. It is a farmers’ market after all. Now setting up Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. the weekly market promises to become the new hot spot for downtown lunchers. Let’s hope the weather holds.

Dirty Girl Produce Vegetables, tomatoes, strawberries
Lagier Ranches Nuts, nut butters, dried fruit, cherries, paw-paws
Lucero Organic Farm Peppers, heirloom tomatoes, squash (no berries)
Swanton Berry Farm Strawberries, jams, vegetables
Tory Farms Citrus, stone fruit

Artisans & Purveyors
4505 Meats Smoked hot dogs, chicharrones, and peanut butter bacon brownies
Cap’n Mike’s Holy Smoke Smoked fish sandwiches made with seasonal ingredients
Tacolicious Three kinds of tacos, homemade pickles, agua frescas and housemade horchata
Namu Korean BBQ tacos, bibimbap, kimchi fried rice
Pizza Politana Pizza made to order using toppings from farmers’ market vendors
RoliRoti A special roasted beef sandwich, porchetta sandwiches as available, and a seasonal side.
Scream Sorbet made with local, seasonal produce, nuts and herbs
Blue Bottle Coffee Co. Drip coffee, espresso drinks, whole beans

And with that, we’re heading out for the long weekend. Catch you on Monday.

Photo via CUESA

Ferry Building Farmers’ Market Now Vendors’ Market