North Carolina State Farmers Public Market
The freshest fruits and vegetables, james, berries, cheeses, etc. Plus, a couple restaurants on site.
The farmers market gathers 100s of vendors, discover local produce and homemade goods.
15 minute drive. All kinds of vegetables, fruits, meats, bakery, etc it’s a complex of buildings.
Pick up some goodies or just stroll the local scene. Super enjoyable during the fall harvest :)
NC's State Farmer's Market. Open 7 days a week you can buy pretty much all of your fresh fruits, veg, and meat you could need all from local farmers. It also has a cool indoor space with locally made goods as well as some cooked southern style food. Awesome place to walk around for an hour or two…
Point of Interest
“You never know what you may find! many outdoor vendors and more permanent indoor stalls.”
“Recently re-named The Village District, this area was built the same time as our townhouse and remains the go-to shopping and dining destination for Raleigh. Our favorite dining spots include: Tazza (farm to table), Cantina 18 (TexMex), and The Village Drafthouse (burgers and beers). But that just scratches the surface! The Village District is also home to a Starbucks with arguably the best patio in all of Raleigh (you can see the Raleigh skyline from there), Fresh Market, Harris Teeter, Walgreens and of course the amazing and much loved Village Library. Don't forget to do some shopping! From outdoor gear at The Outdoor Provision Company to fancy dress at Kannon's they have it all, and best of all it's a delightful 5-minute stroll from the townhouse! More information at: shopvillagedistrict.com”
“One of the premier visual arts museum of the south. It has art galleries as well as special exhibitions and outdoor parks. ”
“Farm-to-table restaurant with live music every night at 6:30pm. Closed Mondays.”