As Seattle weathers its colder months, many area farmers markets are shut down for the winter—and some don’t open again until late spring. But there are still apples, sturdy greens, and squashes to be had, not to mention locally-made goods to be enjoyed, and a few markets across the city stay open to sell them. Maybe it’s a little less produce section and a little more street fair, especially during the wintertime, but it’s here for you.
Sure, the vendor list and selection gets a little slimmer. But there’s always someone there to sell some bread, braising greens, kombucha, preserves, dried goods, spirits, or just a leisurely weekend lunch. (Our favorite winter-weather produce label we’ve seen is “soup kale.”) Plus: The crowd is a little smaller, so you don’t have to dodge passerby as you wait in line at your favorite booth.
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