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Nashville Farmers' Market, Nashville

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TripAdvisor
  • So many awesome farmers with great produce. Definitely the place to go if you were looking for food to take home. But you cannot leave without eating something from the food court. That's a bad name f...  more »
  • we walked through here and it was amazing. Trolley stop and there are lots of foods you can sample to eat there or buy to take home as well if you live there or have means to prepare and eat.  more »
  • We came here two days in a row via the Grey line hop on/hop off bus. It can be tricky to eat healthy on vacation but this place is fascinating! Rent a bike, find the massive globe on water, explore th...  more »
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  • This was a great Farmer's Market! I love that the different booths are outside with a garden center and an indoor portion full of different vendors. We kicked things off by exploring the garden center which was full of different plants, artisan crafts and pottery. We took a quick stroll through the main farmer's market stopping at a few booths to see the local produce, baked goods and pastured meats. We then proceeded to explore the indoor portion of the market. It was full of shops, restaurants and a tasting room. We took a seat at the bar and ordered one of their flights which was $10. The bartenders were so nice and really helped us with our selections. Although keep in mind that you have to keep your beverage inside their little perimeter so seating can be difficult. They also sell a couple different got dog dishes and a pimento grilled cheese. After we finished our drinks we took a stroll through the market to see what we could see. Everything has such a great vibe. They had everything, including an ice cream shop, soap shop, clothing store, backery, gyro stand and much more. This is very interesting place for it to just be April. I can't imagine how thrilling it will be when summer finally rolls around.
  • Fresh produce is always a good choice, the problem here is parking, if you dont get there early you might drive around a while trying to park or maybe even leave. They are under construction in the lot, so parking is cut in half. Produce is great, parking not so much.
  • Love the booths and outside shopping! Been going for years!! Food is good too for ice cream or a quick bite..Its a great day out and come home with local Tennesse produce and products!
  • Not small but not huge either. Plan to spend about an hour but that may be a stretch. It was fairly cold the day I came so that may have caused there to be fewer merchants than normal, not sure. Either way, those who were there had a nice variety of things. But, I wouldn't call it a "farmer's" market based upon the things that were there. Not loads of fruits or vegetables. Still, worth a visit.
  • Locally grown, fresh produce available as ready per the time of the year. At times you may find local artisans with their goods for sale. The International food court is also amazing. Well worth the visit.