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Boulder County Farmers Market, Boulder

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  • Great set up, variety of participants - Lots of samples and great products from produce, breads, hot sauces, wine, soaps, jewelry, art...worth stopping and walking through! Even entertainment! 
  • wonderful selection of foods, vegetables, meats, flowers Very tasty ground lamb. Great beets. Excellent tea house close by 
  • Simply the Best Farmers Market on the Western Plains of Colorado! The fruits the vegetables everything is fresh it's always grown to Perfection and try their kettle corn it is to die for it's a great ...  read more »
  • Definitely a must-visit attraction in Boulder. Lots of food options for lunch. Good collection of vendors highlighted by meat and fruit/vegetables, but including other goods like honey, baked goods, kombucha, coffee, and the like. Can get very busy on nice days but you can grab food and walk down the creek a bit. Usually have live music in the food truck area. Prices are completely insane, more than any high end farmers I've been to in any city so we generally just get lunch.
  • It's a tight space and many vendors can't get into this location, however, we love certain vendors here. Our favorites are Aspen Moon Farm for hard to find veggies or herbs (though the prices are higher), Hazel Dell Mushrooms, Farmer John for compost, and a few others. But it's tough, you taste the wine once and you pass by it every week after, get a jar of honey and it lasts months (the way and frequency we use it. But I think the most annoying part about the Boulder Farmers Market is you HAVE to get there by 8am, otherwise you won't get a spot. Also, some vendors like Black Cat, are stuck up and won't answer questions for rarely seen veggies like "What do you use this in?" or "What does it taste like", we've even held out money for over a minute and they just don't care. Others are higher priced than what they should be and going to Louisville's (Saturday @ 9am) or Erie (Thursday at 5pm) are much more relaxed, inviting, and you can actually talk to the vendors instead of being rushed in and out. By far, our favorite vendor to eat at is Cafe Aion because of the careful craft he delivers each week. It's always something different, well executed Paella, and the flavors are spot on and for roughly $9 two people can share. Other stands, $12 will get a meal for one, and even then they skimp on areas they shouldn't.. You can taste the difference if you try each one. Comparing Boulders Farmers Market to Longmonts (both are BCFM and the same time), we like going to Longmont. More vendors in a more attractive space. Boulders works if your going once or twice, but it leaves much to be desired.
  • One of the largest and most diverse farmers markets I've seen. Word to the wise: the Boulder Farmers Market is very pricey and there seems to be a more "professional" selling crowd than most markets I've been to.
  • Great market, plenty of great things to eat and sample. Wine, scones, pizza, etc... You name it, it's there! Great atmosphere of home grown and home made everything.
  • Great Farmers market in Boulder. Lots of standsin the food court with an array of foods. The produce stands offer a great selection of items from plants, crafts, local honey, grass fed cows and much more.
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