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Grand Lake Farmers' Market

Saturdays, 9 a.m.-2 p.m.
800-897-3276
Grand Lake Farmers' Market
Equal parts fresh-produce hub, outdoor food court, and neighborhood block party, the Grand Lake Farmers’ Market (Grand Ave. and Lake Park Ave.) really does have something for everyone: live music for the head-bobbing set, a bouncy house for the kids, and high-quality people-watching for the rest of us. Mostly, though, the market functions as one helluva one-stop shop, whether you’re putting together a romantic picnic or picking up groceries for the week. Depending on the season, highlights might include Flavor Queen pluots from Kashiwase Farms, colorful heirloom tomatoes from Wild Boar Farms, a small wheel of aged triple-cream cheese from Cowgirl Creamery, and whatever happens to be on special at the Prather Ranch butcher stand. While you’re at it, grab a falafel salad from the LIBA Falafel food truck and some pork knuckles from Roli Roti. Just like that, Saturday’s lunch is served. free
Splash Pad Park Grand Ave. and Lake Park Ave., Oakland (map)

Fruitvale Farmers' Market

Sundays, 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
510-535-6929
Fruitvale Farmers' Market
With locally grown and produced fruit, vegetables, bread products, and more. Accepts WIC and EBT. free
Fruitvale BART Station 3401 East 12th St., Oakland (map)

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Kensington Farmers' Market

Sundays, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
510-847-0801
Kensington Farmers' Market
With a nursery, fresh flowers, an organic chocolatier, bee products, fresh wild fish, fruits and vegetables, nuts, butters, bread, cheese, fresh pasta, and seasonal surprises. The market also hosts live music and entertainment. free
Oakview Circle at the Colusa Circle, Kensington (map)

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