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Not a big market, BUT a market with so many varieties. The manager did a good job in populating the market with fresh produce (many vendors are organic), processed foods, and arts/crafts. Randomly there's also good music being played at the market. A popular market...More
Came by during our stay in Ojai and loaded up on fresh fruits and veggies! Beautiful tomatoes and nectarines the day we went. Some other goodies like baked goods, sauces, spices, etc. A fun 30-minute-ish activity whether you buy anything or not.
Well, this isn't a huge Farmers Market but that's part of the charm. You can walk the whole loop in 30 min looking at each booth or jump in to snag your fresh veggies, fruit & herbs for the week. We love getting fresh tarragon...More
I will say, large display of quality goods and produce. Prices a bit high for farmers market. I found prices throughout the sellers' stands all too high.Should be as competitive with local stores in town. After all, this is the productive time for fruits and...More
It is a must see when you're in Ojai. Everyone is so nice and the products they sell are so fresh and organic. The community is already tight knit, but you don't really see it until you go to the Farmer's Market and everyone knows...More
This is a weekly (Sun) morning market with suppliers from within 150 ml radius. Booths with organic and non-organic veggies, fruit, some meat, cheese and a few other types. The last few years non-farmer booths are appearing - Ghanaian baskets, turned wooden bowls and boards,...More
I shop here weekly and have come to know many of the vendors and their stories. It’s that kind of place. There are gorgeous lettuces like those you’d find in French markets. They’ll last at least two weeks in your fridge. Herbs, avocados, fresh dates,...More
This is a small Farmers' Market with plenty of fresh produce and crafts. We had some refreshing lemonade and picked up our favorite dips from Mom's. Oatmeal cranberry cookies were tasty too. Beautiful wood crafts.
I find this to be a hit-or-miss affair, sometimes the visiting musicians are fantastic and sometimes less so. The local food is expensive as the farmers tend wo be well aware of what they can get for their products in this trendy town; almost without...More