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Overland Park Farmers' Market, Overland Park
(4.7/5 based on 65+ reviews on the web)
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  • Very nice place to get fresh vegetables , directly from farms to table. Also a good place to get fresh eggs too. 
  • Many vendors and my visit was at the end of the growing season! Fresh fruits, veggies, honey etc. nicely displayed by each vendor. There was even an onsite walk in butcher that had meat already cut an...  more »
  • We enjoyed the morning at the market. There were so many different fresh fruits and vegetables as well as pastries, butter, jellies and local honey. Fresh croissants, hand churned butter and honey was...  more »
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  • Such a lively farmer's market and definitely the best in the KC Metro! Where else can you pick up fresh veggies, fruits, meats, pastas, baked goods, kombucha, gourmet weiners, bouquets, potted plants/flowers all within 100 yards?
  • I visit the market every Saturday weather I buy or not because the venders are very polite their produce most of them are organic and the entertainment is great for childrens and elderly people
  • LOVE THIS PLACE!! Great venders great produce and products. Super friendly environment. HIGHLY recommend.
  • I like going here, but I've noticed recently that it seems to have changed from when I first started going here. I feel like the focus used to be getting food items straight from the producers at a better price than a grocery store could offer. This still happens to some degree, but recently I see a lot more "artisan" (read "overpriced") and specialty items and a lot less good deals. I love all the fancy stuff, don't get me wrong, but I feel that the budget saving practicality of the farmers market has been diminished unduly because of it in recent years.
  • My favorite farmer's market. Parking is tight but if you don't mind walking a couple of blocks it is worth the stop. There is great produce, music, food trucks and more.