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It is a bit troubling to drive to due to construction on the access roadways but definately worth the effort. The location is in a beautiful spot right on the water. The booths are nicely laid out for ease of seeing everything there is to...More
My wife and I spent an hour and a half at this lovely spot overlooking the harbour on Sunday afternoon. There was plenty of parking, excellent restroom facilities, and lots of good food. The market was perhaps a bit small for a city the size...More
Stayed in Everett ( because downtown Seattle charges resort fees + $40/ night for parking) and went to the farmers market in the morning on a whim. It was a great market with such a great mix of fresh produce and artisian breads, jams ,...More
What a fantastic array of vendors this market offers! And we were so lucky to be here on market day, as we cruised in on our boat. Our stores were getting a little low, so we were able to stock up on fresh fruits, vegetables,...More
We come almost every Sunday and live all the different vendors. Fresh food, flowers, veggies, cheese, dips, wine, great crafts, you name it. It is right on the water in an own field of gravel. The market was moved there from the pier, because of...More
We came here on a Saturday and were impressed by the wide selection. There were a lot of great vendors selling hot food. We were also impressed by the selection of cheeses, wine, flowers, produce, baked goods and jams. This was a lot of fun...More
The market used to be right on the pier at the waterfront and I loved that vibe on a sunny day. It was GREAT! they moved it to a field nearby and it lost a lot of flavor to me. There are some great vendors...More
Dropped by after staying a night at Inn at Port Gardner. It's right down the street! Wow, what a treasure - right by the water adjacent to Boxcar park on Everett's marina district.
I bought an excellent coffee and scone and wandered around the vendors...More