A flurry of farmers markets are opening right now, so it's prime time to tuck a basket under your arm, peruse the stalls, and scoop up a bounty of fresh seasonal produce and artisanal products. Below, we've rounded up all of Seattle's summertime markets for your planning needs. For more ideas, check out our food & drink calendar.

City Hall Farmers Market
May 28-Oct 8, 10 am-2 pm
This Pike Place satellite market will feature crunchy kale chips from Kale Love; granola, baked goods, and dog treats from the Brewmaster's Bakery; and berries from Hayton Farms.

Denny Regrade Farmers Market
May 28-Sept 24, 10 am-2 pm
The Regrade satellite market from Pike Place will offer biscuits from Honest Biscuits, kombucha and tea from Shen Zen Tea, and mushrooms from Terra Vita Mushrooms.

Columbia City Farmers Market
May 8-Oct 9, 3-7 pm
Grab a refreshingly icy treat from Seattle Pops, pupusas from Lily's Salvadorean, or farm-to-table Indian street food from Tandoozy.

South Lake Union Wednesday Market
Beginning June 5, 11 am-3 pm
On your lunch break, jaunt over to this midday market in South Lake Union, with local food trucks, pop-ups, lawn games, local DJs, and more.

Wallingford Farmers Market
May 15-late Sept, 3-7 pm
Recognized by the Washington Farmers Markets Association as the best farmers market in 2013, this outdoor market has ooey-gooey raclette cheese from Fire and Scrape, artisan sandwiches and baked goods from the Butcher and the Baker, and cider from Finnriver Farm and Cidery. There's also a park, playground, and community garden P-patch to enjoy.

Lake City Market
June 6-Oct 3, 3-7 pm
Located next to Albert Davis Park, this seasonal market also features free parking in an underground garage and often features live music and activities for kids. Nosh on tamales from El Chito, try creative flavors like chocolate Earl Grey and Persian rose from Sweet Alchemy Ice Cream, and taste baked goods from Standard Bakery.

Queen Anne Farmers Market
May 30-Oct 10, 3-7 pm
This market, which is the only independent farmers market in Seattle, features a carefully curated lineup of Washington farmers, fishers, foragers, brewers, winemakers, artisan food and street food vendors, and rotating food trucks, including beer from Lowercase Brewing, kombucha from Seattle Kombucha Company, ramen and tacos from Brothers & Co, and more. There's also live music, kids' activities, and chef demos.

South Lake Union Farmers Market
May 30-Oct 10, 10 am-2 pm
At this Pike Place satellite market, you'll find local honey and honeycomb from Backyard Bees, artisan crepes from La Crespella, and hot sauce from Grimm Brother's.

First Hill Farmers Market
May 31-Sept 27, 10 am-2 pm
First Hill's Pike Place satellite market has seafood from Mystery Bay Seafood and orchard fruit from Martin Family Orchards.

Madrona Farmers Market
May 17-mid-Oct, 3-7 pm
Madrona's market features berries from Sidhu Farms, preternaturally creamy hand-stretched cheese from King's Mozzarella, and crispy Dutch cookies from Dutch Dame Stroopwafels.

Phinney Farmers Market
June 7-Sept 27, 3:30-7:30 pm
The Phinney Market will feature organic granola and bread from Tall Grass Bakery, small-batch ice cream from Bluebird Ice Cream, and coal-fired rotisserie chickens to go from Poulet Galore, among other delicious things.

Magnolia Farmers Market
June 1-Nov 23, 10 am-2 pm
Patty Pan Cooperative will sling their handmade tortillas and quesadillas, 314 Pie will sell their sweet and savory flaky pastry-encased creations, and Girl Meets Dirt will purvey heritage jams and preserves.

Pike Place Farmers Market
June-Nov, 9 am-5 pm
Of course, Pike Place Market is open every day year-round, but during peak season you can also find a market with the best selection of fresh produce and artisan goods on Saturdays, located on the cobblestones at Pike Place and Pine Street.

University District Farmers Market
Year-round, 9 am-2 pm
Find local preserves from Ayako & Family Jams, gluten-free treats from Salmonberry Goods, and flaky pastry stuffed with fillings from Pampeana Empanadas at the year-round U-District market.

Ballard Farmers Market
Year-round, 10 am-3 pm
The first Seattle market to offer produce exclusively from Washington farmers, this year-round market has muesli from Daddy's Muesli, tart, fizzy brews from Mystic Kombucha, and naturally fermented pickles from Britt's Pickles.

Capitol Hill Broadway Farmers Market
Year-round, 11 am-3 pm
At the year-round Broadway market, try some pillowy, crisp, fried-to-order doughnuts from 9th and Hennepin, sweet and savory Dutch pancakes from Miri's Poffertjes, and superlative sourdough bread from Sea Wolf Bakers.

West Seattle Farmers Market
Year-round, 10 am-2 pm
The year-round West Seattle market presents falafel and pitas from Falafel Salam, Southern-style, hickory-smoked meats from Girls Gone BBQ, and delectable confections from Jonboy Caramels.

Magnuson Thursday Night Market
Thursday May 16, 4–9 pm
Partake in a smorgasbord of street food, including rolled ice cream from SÜSU, drinks from Wow Wow Hawaiian Lemonades, and Mexican-Asian fusion food from Phorale.

Magnuson Park Summer Solstice Night Market 2019
Friday May 31, 4–10 pm and Saturday June 1, 12–8 pm
Revel in over 150 booths and a summer beer festival with live music.

South Lake Union Night Markets
Saturday, June 22, Saturday, July 20, and Saturday, Aug 17
Hungry night owls can return to the South Lake Union Saturday Market throughout the summer for tastes of Mexican (May 18), Asian (June 22), European (July 20), and Polynesian (Aug 17) cuisines from local food trucks.

Fremont Sunday Market 30th Anniversary Night Bazaar
Sunday, September 1, 2–9 pm
This free, family-friendly outdoor public market in its 30th year professes to embody the spirit of "de libertas quirkas" (freedom to be peculiar) with live music, a beer garden, and over 150 booths.

Chinatown-ID Night Market
Saturday, Sept 14
Traditionally, night markets are a place to stroll, shop, and nosh on tasty street-food snacks. This annual festival, which draws upwards of 25,000 people each year, takes place beneath the historic Chinatown gate in the International District, and features a slew of Asian street food alongside handmade local goods, fresh cut flowers, and more, plus entertainment that includes live bands and breakdancing groups.