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Leucadia Farmers Market, Encinitas

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4.4/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web
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  • The Leucadia Farmers Market is every Sunday from 10-2. There are many booths with local organic produce and handmade crafts. The school has plenty of parking and a nice area with cafeteria style table...  read more »
  • What a great little Farmers Market! We ran across this just driving down the street while on vacation. Lots of delicious food booths, clothes and crafts, and oh! such beautiful fresh local vegetables!...  read more »
  • really a large range of home made goodies and fresh veg. a very nice break on a a weekend, but get there early as the parking is a challengs 
  • We go to the farmers market quite often. The lunch choices are great! I especially love the Thai booth! We mostly buy lots of fresh, organic fruits and vegetables. We also get local honey regularly. I love it when the exotic tropical fruits are available! And the Maui onions are tremendous.
  • Great variety/ethnicity food experience, plenty of options to shop for...all in all, a fun experience for a stress free Sunday afternoon. Open till 2pm
  • Healthy passionate locals delivering a blast of flavor and diversity. Tons of love
  • One of the better Farmers Markets in the area. Nice selection, albeit over-priced. If you're looking for a bargain, you're better off at your local grocery store, but it's still a nice way to spend the day.
  • Bring cash because not many of the vendors have machines. It's all local as far as I can tell and it's all consumption products so no one selling handmade trinkets or music. It's produce, meats, seafood. It's the local aspect that people forget about when eating conscious. Local beats organic imo and local organic beats both. Your buying direct. The seafood guy has really good prices and will even help you learn to cook and cut it. The meat lady is a 1 stop operation in Brawley, that's pretty much as local as you can get. I wonder how the salsa/chips guys stays in business because I think his salsa's are good, but not excellent. I'm skeptical to eat the mobile rotisserie ribs. I'm a smoke it low and slow kind of guy and I can do without the low and slow, but smoke is the only way to go. Parking sucks because they are using actual parking spots. Is best to park in the lot across D. The actual station lot. It's worth a shot because the views are great, the vibe is cool and it's not as big and fancy as larger more crowded festivals, but this is still a true farmers market.
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