The place town opens farmers markets this season

The markets will sell farm-fresh fruit, vegetables, meat, cheese, and baked goods.


F.Our Pittsburgh-operated Farmers’ Markets will open for the season starting the week of May 10th. Farm-fresh fruits, vegetables, meat, cheese, and baked goods are sold in all markets, and flowers, small gifts, and groceries are also sold in several locations. All markets accept grocery stamps (SNAP), credit and debit cards as part of Just Harvest’s Fresh Access program.

The markets are operated by the city’s special events office:

  • Monday, (May 10th – November 22nd) 3 p.m. – 7 p.m., EAST LIBERTY, Garland Parklet, N. Euclid Ave. & Broad St.
  • Wednesdays (May 12th – November 24th) 3 p.m. – 7 p.m., CARRICK, Carrick Dairy District, 1529 Brownsville Rd.
  • Fridays (May 14th – November 19th) 3 p.m. – 7 p.m., NORTHSIDE, Allegheny Commons Park, East Ohio St. & Cedar Ave.
  • Sundays, (May 16 – November 21) 9 a.m. – 1 p.m., SQUIRREL HILL, Beacon / Bartlett car park

A fifth market location – on Mellon Square in downtown Pittsburgh – has been postponed until further notice.

Buyers must wear a mask, maintain social distance, and pay with a credit / debit card or the exact amount of money.

“This year, too, the procedures will directly address ways of minimizing the spread of coronavirus. We recommend people at risk to visit the markets during the first hour of operation, when the crowd tends to be lower,” said Brian Katzen, City Manager of Pittsburgh Office of Special Events. “For a second year our policy will be no lingering, no sampling, no pets on site. In addition, no food is prepared on site, although it is prepackaged to be enjoyed elsewhere. “

Visit the city’s website for more information.

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