Seattle Produce Stands To Check Out When You’re Tired Of QFC guide image


Seattle Produce Stands To Check Out When You’re Tired Of QFC

Where to shop in the Seattle area for fresh fruit, vegetables, and more if you’re not feeling a trip to the supermarket.

We can all agree that big-name supermarkets have been a pretty stressful place to be during the last six months. And even though there are plenty of great restaurants selling groceries, pantry staples, and meal kits, a lot of those situations don’t take you very far if you’re planning to make something produce-heavy, like a garden salad, minestrone soup, or two whole gallons of green juice.

So, we thought you could use a list of farm stands across the entire Seattle area. These spots sell tons of fruit, vegetables, and more - we’ve noted which markets offer a little something extra, from local honey and homemade candy to more seasonal items like Christmas trees and pumpkins.

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Produce, ice cream, bread, honey, eggs, coffee, dairy products. There’s also an espresso stand in the parking lot. Open 8am-8pm daily.

Beacon Hill

Produce, spices, chips, snacks. It’s also our moral obligation to note that this fruit stand is across the street from La Tienda Mexicana El Oaxaque, where you can, and should, grab some delicious Mexican roasted corn. Open 6am-8pm daily.


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Produce, fresh flower bouquets. Open 10am-6pm Wednesday-Sunday, July-October.

Yes, you can still pick your own blueberries at Larsen Lake - they’re open and have social distancing guidelines in place. Open 10am-6pm Monday-Saturday, and 10am-5pm on Sunday.


Produce, fresh flowers, nuts, crackers, pasta sauces, condiments, pasta, candy, Christmas trees. Plus, if you live within five miles, you can get produce boxes delivered to you (text the market at 425-273-5392 for more information). Open 6am-8pm daily, March-October.

Downtown (Pike Place Market)

Produce. They’re also known for handmade decorative garlands constructed from chiles that make thoughtful gifts for your friends and family who really, really like peppers. Open 8am-5pm daily.

Produce. Open 9am-5:30pm Wednesday-Sunday.

Produce, fruit baskets, produce gift boxes. Open 9am-6pm daily.

Produce. Open 8am-6pm daily.

Produce, rare foraged mushrooms, truffles, fruit logs (dried fruit gelatin sweets rolled in coconut). Open 6am-6pm Monday-Saturday, and 6am-5pm on Sunday.


Produce, rare foraged mushrooms, rice, pasta, spices, pastries, tofu, coconut milk, beverage syrups. Open 9am-6:30pm Monday-Friday, and 9am-6pm Saturday-Sunday.


Produce, herbs, honey. Open 10am-7pm Monday-Friday, and 10am-5pm Saturday-Sunday.

Produce, pumpkins, fresh flowers, chips, honey, salsa, hummus, spices. You can also check what’s in season or what’s on deck with their produce arrival calendar available here. Open 8am-6pm daily.

Mt. Baker

Unfortunately, this long-running produce stand on Rainier is temporarily closed due to targeted arson incidents. You can check out their GoFundMe here.


Produce, fresh flowers, honey, garden supplies, pumpkins, chips, nuts, jams, candy, BBQ sauce, pasta, salad dressings, vinegar, fruit butter. Open 10am-6pm Tuesday-Saturday, and 10am-5pm on Sunday. You can also order online if you spend over $25.


Produce, Christmas trees. Open 8am-8pm daily.

West Seattle

Produce, Christmas trees, fresh salsa. Open 9am-7pm daily.

White Center

Produce, fresh flowers, ice cream, fresh salsa. Open 8am-6pm Monday-Saturday.

Produce, fresh flowers, candy, spices, chips, condiments, juice. Open 9am-7pm Monday-Saturday, and 9am-6pm on Sunday.


Produce, pumpkins, herbs, seasonal CSA program. Check on what’s seasonally available with their produce arrival calendar here. Open 11am-4pm Wednesday-Thursday, 9am-4pm Saturdays, 11am-2pm Sunday.

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