Monroe Street Farmers Market
Saturdays: 9am - 1pm april - december
Arts Walk and Plaza, 716 Monroe St NE, Washington, DC 20017
Founded in 2014, the Monroe St Farmers Market is a neighborhood destination for many living in DC's Ward 5. Located adjacent to the Brookland/CUA metro stop, the market hosts local farmers and specialty food producers, plus special events like yoga practices and live music. The market shares the Arts Walk and Plaza with a community of 25+ local artist and artisan studios.
Visit the market on Instagram @monroefoodworks
Weekly farmers market yoga!
Nourish your body, mind, and soul this summer at the Monroe Street Farmer's Market with Bluebird Sky Yoga and Latela Art Gallery. Join the all-levels Vinyasa flow from 10-11 am, surrounded by delicious produce, gorgeous art and flowers, and warm community, all beneath the sun. No prior yoga experience required!
$10 for drop-ins / free for Bluebird Sky members. Free mat cleaner and refreshments afterwards at Latela Art Gallery.
June through September only. Will resume in 2019.
Farmers and Vendors
Growers of fine fruits and vegetables located in Smithsburg, MD
French pastries, breads, and quiches baked in Historic Savage Mill, MD
Hand-made-to-order bao buns hailing from Columbia, MD - pork, veggie, and breakfast options available
Fruits, vegetables, and berries from Colonial Beach, VA
Beef, lamb, pork, goat, broiler chickens, turkeys, and duck and chicken eggs from a historic farm in Rocky Ridge, MD
Socially conscious supplier of artisan spices, teas and honey based in Arlington, VA
Award-winning vegetarian chili home grown in Washington, DC
Kimchi? Oh yeah - barrel fermented foods made in Washington DC
Small, women-owned and DC-based business bringing high quality teas and tea products to market
European-style bakery producing artisan breads, pastries, and fun in Washington, DC
Raw vegan candy and breakfast bars from Alexandria, VA