Happy Boy Markets

Fort Mason

    The Happy Boy Stand at Fort Mason

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Organic Produce

Fort Mason

Sunday, 9:30AM - 1:30PM

Location & Hours

San Francisco's Marina District
9:30AM - 1:30PM
Year-round market

Directions to this market

Market Description

Located in the northern Marina District, what was once a United States military port now houses CFMA’s newest year-round farmers' market. This picturesque market boasts a variety of fresh and prepared foods including seasonal fruits and vegetables, meats, cheeses, hot coffee, pastries, gluten free baked goods and beautiful flowers, as well as live music and epic views of the Golden Gate Bridge. Visiting this market is the perfect way to spend a Sunday in the city, with plenty of parking in the surrounding neighborhood, ample room to lock bikes and a bus stop less than five minutes down the road.

Happy Boy has been very pleased with the warm welcome from locals and visitors alike at this budding market. Maybe its our close proximity to awesome foodie hangouts like Greens Restaurant, but we have found Fort Mason customers especially engaged and eager to learn more about our produce. While our main concern is always providing the highest quality organic produce at the best price for you and your family, we are also all about providing info to customers about organic growing practices and eating seasonally. For instance - discussing why, sadly, we cannot grow basil in November. As summer draws to a close and our delicious heirloom tomatoes and melons bid a final farewell until the warm weather returns, delving into dialogue about seasonal growth periods can be just as exciting as watching a customer taste one of our carrots for the first time!

We also all love to talk recipes, and are always more than happy to suggest menus and share cooking experiences - both successful and, well, more experimental - with customers. So bring your shopping lists, your cameras, your recipe boxes, etc, and don't forget your wool socks in the winter and your re-used bags year round since this market is plastic-free.

VISIT California Farmers' Markets Association website