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September 12, 2016

It’s the final countdown...

Fresh & Local

It's the final countdown! We’re in our last month at our current Saturday market space. After 21 fruitful years at Magazine and Girod, the Saturday market is moving around the corner to the May Gallery lot. Starting October 1st, find us at 750 Carondelet on the St. Charles Streetcar line!

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pick of the week

Pick of the Week:

Des Allemands Outlaw Katfish Company is back with alligator meat this week. Get your fixin’ at the Tuesday market before they sell out!

Yoga at the Market!

Throughout the month of September, we will offer complimentary yoga classes at the Thursday market in partnership with Reyn Studios. Classes will run from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. on the beautiful Bayou St. John. Bring a mat, a water bottle, and meet at 3700 Orleans Avenue! Donations for our teachers are greatly appreciated.

pick of the week

Tuesday’s Green Plate Special:
La Cocinita

It’s Taco Tuesday all month long at the Crescent City Farmers Market! La Cocinita will be at the Tuesday Market throughout September to fulfill your taco desires. Catch them at 200 Broadway Street from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

La Cocinita

recipe of the week

Recipe of the Week:
Watermelon mimosa

Cool down with a refreshing cocktail made from fruit sold at the Crescent City Farmers Market. Combine fresh watermelon with your favorite champagne or sparkling wine, and voilà!

What’s your favorite dish to make at home from the goods you buy at our market? Share them with us on Instagram (@crescentcityfarmersmkt) and have your recipe featured in our weekly newsletter!

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Market Umbrella


Market Umbrella is an independent nonprofit 501(c)(3), based in New Orleans, whose mission is to cultivate the field of public markets for public good. Market Umbrella has operated the Crescent City Farmers Markets (CCFM) since 1995.

Crescent City Farmers Market


The Crescent City Farmers Market operates weekly year-round in four New Orleans neighborhoods. The CCFM hosts nearly 80 local small farmers, fishers and food producers, and more than 100,000 shoppers annually.