There’s a reason why West Palm Beach’s GreenMarket was voted “Best Farmers Market” in the U.S. for the third time in a row. With more than 125 business owners participating this year, you can shop, taste and groove your way around the festivities every Saturday between October through mid-April.
Even your furry friend can enjoy the market. Friendly dogs are allowed and there will be a variety of vendors on-site selling everything from fresh fruit and organic vegetables to coffees and teas or flowers and plants and even homemade specialty items and more.
The West Palm Beach GreenMarket will return on Saturday, October 7, 2023 and will be held every Saturday on the Great Lawn (100 N. Clematis Street) from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. through the spring. This year’s theme, “Here We Grow Again,” is a nod to the market’s year-over-year growth and expanded offerings. "“We are excited for the return of the West Palm Beach GreenMarket,” says Mayor Keith A. James. “As the largest market in our history and ‘Best Farmers Market’ nationwide, we know this will be another successful season."
Produced by the City of West Palm Beach Department of Parks and Recreation, the market supports the southeast Florida agricultural community by providing an outlet for locally grown crops and specialty products. “What an honor it is to hold the title as the No. 1 market in the U.S. for not just another year, but three years in a row,” says Mary Pinak, community events manager for the City of West Palm Beach. “We are grateful to our community for making this possible, especially those who participate and support our market week after week, including our vendors, sponsors and marketgoers.”
Admission to the GreenMarket is free and paid parking is available in City of West Palm Beach public garages, which are the Clematis, Banyan, City Center, Sapodilla and Evernia garages. Those interested in arriving by boat can also take advantage of the city's free public docks. Sponsors to date include Joe DiMaggio Children's Health Specialty Center, Land Rover Palm Beach, Paradise Exteriors, NextHome Real Estate Executives, Humana, Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections, NW Mutual - McKernan Financial Group, WPB Magazine, West Palm Beach Community Redevelopment Agency, WPB Food Tour, The Palm Beach Post, SUNNY 107.9, New Country 103.1 and WPBF 25 News.