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Red Stick Farmers Market, Baton Rouge

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  • We like to support local people. Great for a nice morning walk and to get some fresh vegetables and produce. Bought some local sausage and soups that were delicious. You can spend a nice relaxing morn...  more »
  • Plenty of offerings today--plants, nuts, veggies, dairy, eggs, lamb, homwmade sweets, local honey. Pleasant merchants. Strawberries are delicious! Plus a walk around downtown Baton Rouge. Enjoyable.  more »
  • Fresh is always best. I've been coming to the Red Stick Farmers Market for years now and I always enjoy my early morning stroll through the downtown area and taking in all the sights and scents coming...  more »
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  • I love the Baton Rouge farmers market, it's one of my great pleasures on a Saturday morning. The farmers are from all parts of Louisiana and have the freshest produce, wonderful cheeses, delicious meat cuts and good plant selection as well.
  • The downtown farmer's market is small, but has a good variety of local vendors. The prices tend to be high except for bulk items (such as gallon jugs of honey or 50lb rice bags, which are only occasionally on offer). There appears to be no way to know which vendors will be attending, a major downside. We have our favorite vendors and would like to know which weekends they come so we can be sure to get out to the market. Some seasonal favorites are the fresh local strawberries in spring (although strawberry varieties in the US are hard and white compared to the much better quality in Europe) and pecans in the fall. The monthly arts market features many excellent craftspeople, and the weekly holiday market in December is great for presents. One vendor not to be missed is Mario with City Gelato, the best gelato and hot chocolate in town.
  • This is a small market considering the size of Baton Rouge, but farmers are all kind and produce is delicious and priced great! If you have kids they have an amazing program called Sprouts, it's $2 free for them to spend every week!
  • Decent amount of vendors but would like to see more other local artists and artisans. Lots of potential to be a great market. Make sure you get something from GoYaYas or Chef Celeste!
  • We love to visit farmers markets in cities we visit, this was our first visit to the Red Stick farmers market. Although it's a little small compared to other cities this size, it has plenty of vendors, with lots of good stuff. We had to search for parking, as most are posted "No free parking". We paid $5 a few blocks away. A vendor later told us That the parking in the adjacent parking garage is free on Saturday. We got there around 10 am and the blueberry vendor had already sold out, but we found another. There are plenty of vendors that sell locally grown produce, plants, and homemade goods. Even though we were visiting from out of town, we still bought quite a bit, including plants to take home. One of the items that we found was a locally made barbecue sauce called "Baconation" professionally packaged and even includes sweet tea in its ingredients we bought three jars. This is a fun farmers market to visit and we Will be back.