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Leucadia Farmers Market, Encinitas
(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...  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!...  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 
  • This market is not an asset to the neighborhood. Management is at best cordial, however does not resolve issues of illegal parking and industrial noise pollution to the close neighbors. The homes surrounding the farmers market are 2-5 million dollar property's . It is beyond my understanding that management would not want to have neighbors to their venue in support, rather than, opposition. There will be a movement to shut down this farmers market if the management does not start thinking about the effects of the neighbors whom pay the taxes that allow you to operate. There are many avenues to resolve the quiet enjoyment of property. One would hope management will take advisement of the community .
  • There is a ton of local produce, eggs, and meats available to the public. There are also hot prepared foods and local vendors selling their wares. It's a great stop for food, shopping, or just being outside on a nice Sunday. It's kid friendly but they do not allow dogs, so that's something to think about. It is mostly street parking which can be a challenge if you go at a peak time.
  • 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.
  • Nice variety of local veggies fruits and food. Worth a visit.
  • 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.