Back view of vendor selling ristras with entrance to Santa Fe market (winter months).
Santa Fe’s Farmers Market is open year-round thanks to a large indoor facility. You can get your fix all year!

Santa Fe / Taos Region of New Mexico:  Dixon; Espanola; Las Vegas; Los Alamos; Mora; Pojoaque; Questa; Raton; Santa Fe; Santo Domingo; and Taos

1st Street Market

Located in historic Raton, this market offers a large selection of produce, baked goods, cheeses and hand-made crafts.
100 S. First Street, Raton, NM 87740

Barrio Brinery

Off the beaten trail, Barrio Brinery makes hand-crafted, small batches of pickles, sauerkraut, kimchi and other fermented goodies in salt brine, not vinegar.
1413-B W. Alameda, Santa Fe, NM

Beneficial Farms

A collaboration of over 30 farms in the Santa Fe area offering a variety of local produce.
Multiple locations in Santa Fe: Oshara Village, Sweet Water Harvest Kitchen, The Commons on the Alameda, Santa Fe Prep School and St. John’s College
Eldorado: La Tienda in Eldorado
Madrid: Java Junction
Cedar Crest: Ale Republic

Cedar Crest Farmers Market

A great market in the East Mountains of Albuquerque.
12183 NM 14, Cedar Crest, New Mexico.

Cerro Vista Farm

A 30-acre farm in Taos County, growing produce at 7,500 feet high.
Seven pick-up locations in the Taos area.

CG Higgins Confections

CG Higgins Confections offers wondrous confections.
130 Lincoln Avenue, Santa Fe, NM

Cheesemongers of Santa Fe

A few blocks off the Plaza and an amazing array of cheeses from all over the world.
130 E. Marcy Street, Santa Fe, NM

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