East Atlanta Village Farmers Market

East Atlanta Village Farmers Market


 Re-opening Thursday, April 13th
Thursdays, 4–8 PM
 572 Stokeswood Ave.


Voted the Reader’s Pick for the Best Outdoor Farmers Market in Atlanta’s Creative Loafing Magazine five years in a row, the East Atlanta Village Farmers Market is one of oldest Atlanta farmers markets. Providing local and seasonal produce since 2006, the EAV Farmers Market has been a long-time champion of the food movement in Atlanta. Featuring vendors, artisans, and farmers who grow and produce locally, the East Atlanta Village Farmers Market has been providing staples to the EAV community for over ten years. Whether you’re looking for bread, eggs, or vegetables (all sustainably and ethically produced and grown), prepared meals for dinner, or artisan goods like soaps and jewelry, we’re delighted to be bringing local food and local businesses to our vibrant EAV friends and family.

Located in a grassy park across from the Midway Pub, we feature chef’s cooking demonstrations so that you can taste local and seasonal food and learn from the masters. There is ample seating and places to relax at market, with an on-site Edible Learning Garden that offers garden education and children’s activities.


Street parking is available on Stokeswood Ave and throughout the neighborhood, and you can also park at the parking lot behind the Midway Pub.

East Atlanta Village Farmers Market Map

Georgia Fresh for Less: We Match Your SNAP Dollars

We match SNAP/EBT dollars—dollar for dollar—at participating farmers markets. When you spend $10, you get $20 worth of fresh, local food. You’ll pay less for fresh and local food that is higher quality and more nutritious. Shopping at your local farmers markets or farmer puts your money back into your community.

All you have to do is:

  • Come to the market information tent.
  • Swipe your EBT card and receive twice the dollar amount in tokens to spend at the market (swipe $10 and get $20).
  • Spend your tokens on delicious, fresh food and meet your farmers, vendors and neighbors!

To keep up with who will be at market weekly, sign up for our newsletter at the bottom of this page.

East Atlanta Village Vendors

Weekly Vendors

Cosmos Organic Farm
Carrollton, GA
Cosmos Organic Farm is a 30 acre vegetable farm located about five miles outside of Carrollton, GA. We cultivate five acres of a diverse array of vegetables primarily for farmers markets in Atlanta, but also for restaurants and wholesale. We also grow some cut flowers, herbs, and shiitake mushrooms.

Crack in the Sidewalk Farmlet
Atlanta, GA
Crack in the Sidewalk Farmlet is located in South Atlanta and grows a wide variety of vegetables through dry farming and with biodynamic and permaculture principals. You’ll also find wild foraged foods as well!

Epicurean Chef
Atlanta, GA
Prepared foods using local/Organic ingredients. Look for gyros, wraps, and more healthy options to eat at market (especially the seitan gyro!).

Faraja Chai
Lawrenceville, GA
We use whole ingredients rather than synthetic flavoring and continue to brew the wonderful Faraja Chai Liquid Concentrate in small savory batches, with an emphasis on overall flavor/spice intensity.

Decatur, GA
Formaggio is a cheese monger commited to bringing local artisan cheeses, milk, and butter to the Atlanta community.

Georgia Grinders Premium Nut Butters
Atlanta, GA
Sourcing the highest quality, natural and Non-GMO ingredients, Georgia Grinders Premium Nut Butters are handcrafted in small batches to ensure quality, freshness and flavor in a facility that we own and operate in Atlanta, Georgia.

Golda Kombucha
Atlanta, GA
Fermented beverages derived from a family recipe. Kombucha is a probiotic drink known for aiding digestion and immune support, while energizing the body and mind, with seasonal and local flavors!

Herb’N Eden
Riverdale, GA
Herb’N Eden is a holistic skincare company, specializing in handmade soap bars.

La Calavera Bakery
Decatur, GA
Artisanal breads ranging from sourdoughs to sprout-wheat, as well as Mexican pastries and treats made in Decatur, Georgia.

Nuts for Pate’
Lithonia, GA
Vegan nut pate made with love and natural ingredients.

Pecan Milk Cooperative
Atlanta, GA
Pecan Milk Cooperative sources pecans from SW Georgia to prepare reusable glass jars filled with fresh dairy-free milk. The co-op is collectively owned and managed by the people who work for it.

Scharko Farms and Friends
Fairburn, GA
Scharko Farms is a family-run market garden growing vegetables, flowers and herbs naturally. Seasonal fruits too!

So Good Pasta
Marietta, GA
Handmade pasta, ravioli and noodles.

Southern Bekshire Farms
Westminster, SC
We grow pasture raised poultry products, Berkshire pork, goat meat some beef and now in 2017 we are going to be producing eggs.

Terranova Farms
Chattahoochee Hills, GA
At Terranova Farms, we strive to produce the highest quality, healthy chicken eggs for our community. Our hens are rotated constantly on our pasture to make sure they have access to all things chickens should actually be eating – bugs, worms, plants and whatever else they can find naturally.

The Whole Dog Market
Atlanta, GA
Our all-natural treats and organic chews are made simply, using one single protein source packed with a variety of natural vitamins and minerals. Our treats aid digestion, promote gum health, and have no artificial additives or preservatives.

Rotating & Seasonal Vendors

Atomic Ice Cream Sandwich (First Thursday of the Month through October)
Atlanta, GA
Gourmey ice cream sandwiches created from all-natural and locally sourced ingredients.

Bee Wild Honey
Smyrna, GA
Gourmet honey ranging from Sourwood to Wildflower, as well as beauty products made from honey, all made and sourced sustainably in North Georgia.

Chattahoochee Queen Bouquet & Stem Service
Atlanta, GA
Specialty cut flowers and arrangements grown in the Grant Park neighborhood of Atlanta, GA.

Dickey Farms
Musella, GA
Dickey Farms has been growing peaches in the heartland of Georgia for over 120 years. Our growers are part of a multi-generational legacy with experience being handed down from one generation to the next.

Hearthfire Farm and Nursery
Atlanta, GA
Hearthfire farm and nursery produces medicinal herb starter plants, and will have fresh and dried herbs.

King of Pops
Atlanta, GA
Handmade popsicles with a commitment to sourcing the freshest fruits and vegetables available from local farms.

Mercier Orchards
Blue Ridge, GA
Wide variety of apples grown in North Georgia as well as seasonal apple cider.

Pearson Farm Peaches & Pecans
Fort Valley, GA
Pearson Farm has been growing peaches and pecans on the same land for over 130 years.

Atlanta, GA
PestoGrino is a line of locally inspired & sourced organic, craft pestos from Atlanta. Try the specialty pestos like the beet green and carrot top pesto!

Pink Scorpio Designs
East Point, GA
Jewelry designs inspired by peace, love and soul. Peace that comes from living free as an artist. Love for the earth, for its life, for its raw beauty. Soul of the spirit, of the music, of the beauty in the world.

Watsonia Farms
Monetta, SC
Watsonia Farm brings both organic and conventional peaches to market. In addition to peaches, we also grow strawberries, plums, necatarines, and a range of organic vegetables that includes squash, tomatoes, and cucumbers. Watsonia Farms is a fourth generation family farm that is operated by Jerry, Joe, and Jeph Watson


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The market is accessible via these MARTA bus lines:

Dog Policy

  1. Owners are responsible and liable for their dogs. Dogs must be under control, on a short, non-expandable leash, and by the (adult) owner’s side at all times.
    2. Dogs must be kept away from produce, plants, food products, and product displays. Items damaged by pets must be purchased by the owner.
    3. Dogs must be socialized with other dogs and children. Barking and growling is not allowed. Aggressive dogs are not welcome.
    4. Owners should be considerate of vendors and other guests – not everyone enjoys dogs.
    5. Dog owners must clean up after their pet.

CFM management will request owners remove dogs from the market if the above rules are violated. Thank you for helping to keep our market safe for everyone. Please visit the information booth with any questions or concerns.


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