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Kelly H wrote a review Feb 2020
Geneva95 contributions20 helpful votes
We walked around and sampled a delicious crab cake, purchased some fresh fruit and marinara sauce, and salivated over the scrumptious French pastries at one of the food booths. If you’re in the area on a Saturday morning, you should stop and enjoy this place!
Date of experience: February 2020
Renee M wrote a review Jan 2020
3 contributions2 helpful votes
While visiting with friends in Delray Beach, Florida, we took time to travel to Palm Beach for the Green Market. The "green" market is what we call a "farmer's" market in the northeast. Well worth the half hour ride from Delray. Parking is a bit of an issue! Just bring along…
Date of experience: January 2020
Diana G wrote a review Nov 2019
West Palm Beach, FL, United States82 contributions12 helpful votes
There were only 2 vegetable vendors and 2 or 3 fruit vendors so if you are going for that, go to the Palm Beach gardens green market on Sunday instead. They did have a good assortment of bakery items, pickles, spices, take away food, cheeses, some jewelry and clothing, antiques,…
Date of experience: November 2019
MsAvIS wrote a review May 2019
United States86 contributions75 helpful votes
Quite a lot of selections from fresh produces, baked goods, clothings, herbs, plants, orchids, spices, jewelry, food and etc. Hot sunny opened space so need to bring hats and covered yourself. It closes during hot summer so a good time to visit is during spring!
Date of experience: April 2019
Jane S wrote a review Mar 2019
Jupiter, Florida109 contributions21 helpful votes
Great little outdoor market with a nice variety of produce, baked goods, coffee, tea, spices, etc. Its best to go early as it gets quite busy and can be hard to navigate. I would say go before 11:00 a.m. Parking begins to be a bit of a challenge as well.
Date of experience: March 2019