Whether you're searching for produce, meat, dairy or any other locally harvested item, chances are you can find it at one of these 12 great farmers markets. Divided out by neighborhood, stick to your hood or explore a new one. Either way, you're going to find the freshest foods from locally owned and operated farms around Charlotte. Shop local, support local.
Part farmers market, part gourmet food store, the 7th Street Public Market is your urban food destination in Center City. A place where you can get local honey, quail eggs and farm fresh meats.
Atherton Farmer's Market offers an industrial setting and 360 degrees of organic products and experiences.
As North Carolina's oldest farmers market, the Mecklenburg County Market sources only quality local organic produce and baked goods. Don't shop hungry, grab a bite from Beverly's Gourmet Foods.
A little tiny farmer's market with a little bit of everything.
Charlotte Regional Farmers Market offers a huge selection of goods produced locally and regionally. Come out to shop seasonal fruits and veggies, farm raised meats, eggs and cheese and more.
Pint sized market, small-town vibes, upscale produce.
This market may be small, but it is mighty with its selection of melons, blueberries, peaches, tomatoes, squash, meats, cheeses, eggs and homemade butter! Stop by Saturdays from 9a–1p year round.
Every Saturday morning take a trip to the heart of Davidson to shop local produce, flowers and baked goods while listening to live music and mingling with the neighbors.
Every Saturday from 10a–1p, head to Plaza Midwood's Farmers Market! There you will find fresh fruits, vegetables, local honey, eggs, flowers, jam and more! Stop in every week, rain or shine.
Stop by Cotswold Farmers Market on Saturday mornings to pick up your weekly produce haul. Everything sold is sourced within a 100-mile radius, so you know you're truly supporting local farmers!
Support local farmers by shopping the Rosa Parks Farmers Market every Tuesday from 10a–2p. Pop in on your lunch hour and score the freshest finds from farms less than 2 hours away.
Come shop farm fresh produce every Saturday morning at the NoDa Farmers Market right next to Smelly Cat Coffee. With a 'growers only' approach, you'll know you're purchasing straight from the source.