1. Ann Arbor Farmers Market
Located in Ann Arbor’s historic Kerrytown district, the Ann Arbor Farmers Market is nearly century-old, and offers a diverse mix of more than 160 producers, artisans and prepared food vendors. Check its hashtag — #whatsfreshatthemarket — before you go to get a glimpse of what’s for sale.
2. Birmingham Farmers Market
Located in Public Parking Lot 6 on the east side of North Old Woodward, the Birmingham Farmers Market features more than 70 booths selling everything from garden plants to fresh prepared foods. Enjoy live music performances while you shop, and stop by the Kids Zone for hands-on art projects with your little farmers.
3. Detroit Eastern Market
Unlike many local farmers markets, Eastern Market — home to more than 250 independent vendors and merchants processing, wholesaling and retailing food — is open Saturdays year-round. What’s more, a scaled-down market is open Tuesdays through Oct. 28, with an additional Thanksgiving Market on Nov. 25 this year.
Explore Eastern Market in a new way with Delish Detroit’s “Come Hungry, Leave Happy” tour. You’ll stroll through the district’s sheds, shops and restaurants to meet the entrepreneurs, vendors and farmers who make the area so unique.
4. Mount Clemens Farmers Market
This open-air market The Mount Clemens Farmers Market mixes farm staples, such as corn, flowers and pumpkins, with more unique treats, including okra and raw honey in the comb. Local chefs and restaurants share culinary tricks and tips on select Saturdays as well.
5. Warren Farmers Market
The Warren Farmers Market prides itself on being a family destination with fun for all ages. In addition to fresh produce and other offerings, both of its market locations have free events for families each week, including a Zumba class for kids every Sunday in the City Square.
Find more area farmers markets on the Michigan Farmers Market Association site.