Whether you're searching for produce, meat, dairy or any other item fresh for the pickin', chances are your local farmers market sells it. To make eating local easier, we've rounded up a list of area farmers markets organized by day of the week. Rejoice in the fruits of farmers' labor!
What started as a summer-only market has now blossomed into a year-round operation that attracts over 40 vendors from across the region and state.
Get a taste of Nashville—this big ole' farmers' market packs in a ton of delicious produce, bites and random vendors!
Located in the green space of the Southeast Community Center, the Southeast Nashville Farmers Market features an assortment of local merchants from across the region.
This adorable market really adds a pop of freshness to the 12 South neighborhood. Stop in for seasonal produce, flowers, locally-sourced meat and more!
Want to dig into the bounty of Middle Tennessee? Take a weekly trip to the East Nashville Farmers Market for locally grown and organic produce.
Head to Crieve Hall every Thursday evening for the producer-only Farmin' in the Hall filled with fresh produce, sweet treats and more.
Established in 2012, the producers-only Hip Donelson Farmers Market is located in the Ace Hardware parking lot every Friday afternoon.
Over 25 vendors set up shop in the Historic Nolensville School parking lot every Saturday morning from May through October.
Established in 2010, the Richland Park Farmers Market features over 40 vendors during its weekly Summer Market.