Wake up to the best of the season's harvest every Saturday morning, when the Crescent City Farmers Market takes up residence in New Orleans' historic Warehouse District! Look for the handsome Dafford Brothers mural at the William B. Reily Company parking lot: that's where you'll find the best in fresh, locally grown produce, seafood, baked goods and much more. Come for the food, and stick around for great entertainment by local musicians, cooking demonstrations, or just to shoot the breeze with friends and the farmers, chefs and fishers who put food on the city's tables.
The Saturday Market runs year-round from 8 a.m. to 12 noon at the corner of Magazine Street and Girod Street. If it rains, look for us inside the big building adjacent to the parking lot.
The Saturday Market is located at the corner of Girod Street and Magazine Street in New Orleans' historic Warehouse District. There's a considerable amount of off street parking in the neighborhood. Parking at meters is no longer free on Saturdays, so please pay to park legally.
Take Exit 234C in the left lane and merge onto Pontchartrain Expressway (US 90 West) heading toward the West Bank.Take the St. Charles Avenue/Carondelet Street exit at turn left on Carondelet. Go 0.4 miles to Girod Street and turn right. The Market is three blocks ahead, at Magazine Street.
Approaching Downtown from Pontchartrain Boulevard/I-10, follow the signs for I-10 East to Slidell. Shortly after the fork, exit to the left on the Poydras Street/Superdome exit and merge onto Poydras. With the Superdome on your right, continue on Poydras to Loyola Avenue, then seven more blocks to Magazine Street. Turn right and go two blocks to the intersection of Girod Street; the Market will be on the left.