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Non-Profits & Organizations

Rare Fruit Council International (RFCI)

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Restaurants

33 Kitchen

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Adena Grill

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Ariete

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Farinelli 1937

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Glass & Vine

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Los Fuegos

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Farmers Markets

79th ST CORRIDOR: Farmers Market

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Day and time: Saturdays noon-3pm

BRICKELL: City Centre

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Hours and season: Saturdays 10am-4pm year-round

COCONUT GROVE: Coconut Grove Organic Market

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At a glance: One of the longest-running markets in South Florida, this market revolves around Glaser's organic produce, and includes artisans selling kombucha, fermented foods, arts and crafts. Parking: At the rear or on the street.

Hours and season: Saturdays 10am-7pm, year-round

CORAL GABLES: Coral Gables Farmers Market

At a glance: One of the longest-running markets, this brief but popular winter market is dog and kid-friendly and includes fresh fruits and vegetables, seafood, artisan breads, chocolates and pastries, ceviche, plants and orchids. Regular chef and gardening demos take place in the adjacent park.

Hours and season: Saturdays 8am-2pm, mid-Jan. through March

CORAL GABLES: University of Miami Farmers Market

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At a glance: One of the best-kept secrets in town, this market – located between the student center and the library – serves UM students (and anyone else) with local produce, juices and lots of prepared foods. For non-students, there's metered parking nearby, or use the Pavia Garage.

Hours and season: Wednesdays 9am-3pm, during the school year

CORAL SPRINGS: Coral Springs Farmers Market

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At a glance: Find produce from local farmers, artisan fare including Crackerman organic brads and crackers, Lip SMAKin Good honey, cheese, pickles, eggs and baked goods. Located at the downtown Art Walk.

Hours and season: 2nd and 4th Sundays, 8:30-2pm, 11/8-5/22

DADELAND: Dadeland North Farmers Market

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At a glance: One of two markets at Metrorail, this market offers fresh produce and prepared foods for commuters.

Hours and season: Wednesdays 9am-3pm, year-round

DANIA BEACH: Dania Beach PATCH Market

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At a glance: Both an urban community garden and a weekly market, PATCH is a true neighborhood success story. Non-GMO certified organic and heirloom seeds are used in their grow bags and they've applied for organic certification. Once a month, FLIPANY (Florida Introduces Physical Activity and Nutrition to Youth) is on hand with healthy cooking demos and fun activities. The nursery grows and sells plants and herbs, including tomatoes, basil, aloe, cilantro, flowering  and medicinal plants. You can also find organic hand scrub, Florida honey, house-made soup kits, popcorn, healthy snacks, smoothies and artists. Look for the signs from Dania Beach Boulevard. Park in front. EBT/SNAP

Hours and season: Saturdays 9am-1pm, year-round

DAVIE: Farmers Market at Nova Southeastern University – Alvin Sherman Library

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Hours and season: First Wednesdays of the month noon–5pm, during school year

DOWNTOWN MIAMI: Arsht Center Farmers Market

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Hours and season: Mondays 4pm-8pm, year-round

DOWNTOWN MIAMI: Civic Center Market

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At a glance: One of two markets at Metrorail, this market offers fresh produce and prepared foods for commuters.

Hours and season: Tuesdays 9am-5pm, year-round

DOWNTOWN MIAMI: Design District

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At a glance: The Market #atMDD is surrounded by great public art – a tropical mural, 2x4:Jungle, and a massive 3-D printed object called "Flotsam and Jetsam." Jungle Plaza is home to fresh produce, lots of prepared food vendors, plus live music, making it a great gathering place.

Hours and season:  Wednesdays 4pm-9pm, year-round

DOWNTOWN MIAMI: Government Center Farmers Market

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At a glance: One of two markets at Metrorail, this market offers fresh produce and prepared foods for commuters.

Hours and season: Thursdays 9am-5pm, year-round

FORT LAUDERDALE: Broward Health Imperial Point Farmers Market

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Hours and season: Thursdays noon–6pm

FORT LAUDERDALE: Broward Health Medical Center Farmers Market

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At a glance: One of the several farmers markets that take place at area hospitals, this market serves patients, families and staff – and the visiting public. Look for fresh produce, artisan fare and prepared foods.

Hours and season: Every other Tuesday, 9am-3pm, year-round

FORT LAUDERDALE: Las Olas Outdoor Green Marketplace

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Hours and season: Sundays 9am-2pm, year-round

FORT LAUDERDALE: Lauderdale By-The-Sea Farmers Market

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Hours and season: Sundays 9am-2pm during season

FORT LAUDERDALE: Whole Foods Market Fort Lauderdale

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At a glance: The entire south parking lot of the Whole Foods Market in Fort Lauderdale is turned into a market every Tuesday evening. Local vendors include Broward's Treehugger Farms and Dr. Pickle, plus artisan and prepared food vendors.

Hours and season: Tuesdays 4pm-9pm, year-round

HAULOVER BEACH: Haulover Farmers Market

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Date and time: Fridays 3-8

HOLLYWOOD: Yellow Green Farmers Market

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At a glance: Under one outdoor roof, this market is open weekends with vendors selling produce, cheese, artisan breads, ethnic cuisine, vegan and vegetarian fare, pasta, crackers, olives and olive oils, jams, jellies, soaps, candles and crafts, plants and pet foods.

Hours and season: Saturdays and Sundays 8am-4pm, year-round

HOMESTEAD: Redland Country Market

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Hours and season: Saturdays 8am-5:30pm 

 

HOMESTEAD: Redland Market Village

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At a glance: Part farmers market, part flea market, this huge market off U.S. 1 is well worth a visit for its fresh (and affordable) produce (much of it local), food trucks and taco stands, fresh tortillas, seafood, cheese, beans and fruit vendors, plus activities for kids.

Hours and season: Thur-Fri 11-6, Sat-Sun 7am-6pm, year-round

HOMESTEAD: Verde Gardens Farmers Market

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Hours and season: Seasonal; open Saturdays

ISLAMORADA: Islamorada Green Market

At a glance: Upper Keys residents can stock up on local produce, plants, teas and artisan fare at this weekday market held in oceanside Southwinds Park.

Hours and season: Mondays 9am-3pm, year-round

ISLAMORADA: Islamorada Marketplace on 90

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At a glance: Keys residents and visitors can stock up on local and organic produce, jellies, jams, artisan breads, pickles, plants and flowers, Indian foods and prepared dishes.

Hours and season: Fridays noon-6pm, starting Nov. 20

KENDALL: Kendall Village Farmers Market

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At a glance: Located behind Bahama Breeze, this market serves the Kendall suburbs with produce, prepared foods, pickles, BBQ, artisan breads, kettle corn, wood-fired pizza, honey, soaps and Indian foods.

Hours and season: Sundays 9am-2pm, year-round

KEY WEST: Key West Greenmarket

At a glance: Local produce from Homestead, prepared foods, honey and other artisan vendors from the Keys gather weekly at Bayview Park.

Hours and season: Thursdays 9am-2pm, year-round

MIAMI BEACH: Lincoln Road Green Market

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At a glance: This market on busy pedestrian-only Lincoln Road is practically an institution. Fresh produce, juices, prepared foods and artisan foods add to the mix of tourists and locals, making this a fun destination market.

Hours and season: 9am-6:30pm, year-round

MIAMI BEACH: Normandy Village Marketplace

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At a glance: Located at the Normandy Isle Fountain, this market features local and organic produce, honey, specialty foods, French pastries, orchids and flowers and plants.

Hours and season: Saturdays 9am-5pm, year-round

MIAMI BEACH: South Pointe Farmers Market

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At a glance: In South Beach's Triangle Park, this market is a perfect breakfast or lunch spot, featuring artisan breads and pastries in addition to produce and other specialty foods.

Hours and season: Saturdays 9am-4pm, through May 22, reopening Sept. 10, 2016.

Food Carts, Stands & Trucks

AC's Icees

Cafes & Bistros

Ackee & Saltfish at Clive’s Cafe

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Choices Cafe

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GreenStreet Cafe

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Ranches & Livestock

Adena Ranch

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Arrowhead Beef

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Clear Creek Farm

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Creekstone Farms

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Florida Fresh Meat Company

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Jackman Cane and Cattle Company

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Retail - Food

Andre Gourmet Hot Sauce

Andre's Gourmet Hot Sauce

Florida’s only certified organic sauce company, Andre Lewis uses local peppers from Delray Beach when he can for his sauces, which range in heat from his mild Equalizer Maple BBQ Sauce to his fiery Code Red. The family-owned business was “founded on raising the status quo,” says Andre Lewis, who says their next step is getting non-GMO verified. They’ve grown from selling at farmers markets to big retailers like Whole Foods Markets starting in May, Lucky’s and by request at the Firehouse Subs sauce bar.

Blackie’s Best Gourmet Pepper Sauce

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Blackie's Best Hot Sauce

In the 1990s, Ron “Blackie” Blackburn wondered why hot sauces didn’t taste like the chile peppers he was growing in his garden, so he developed his own recipe. Today, nearly all of the peppers used in his sauces come from South Florida farms, including V&B and Pine Island Tomato Farms. “There are more chile peppers in each bottle of Blackie’s than in any other sauce on the market,” Blackburn says, including the Long Hot cayenne chiles he uses in the red ripe form. Find them at Robert Is Here, Norman Brothers Produce, Golden Rule, Delaware Chicken Farm and Seafood Market and Captain’s Tavern and other businesses, or buy online.

 

Bone Lee’s Original Gourmet Hot Sauce

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Bone Lee's Hot Sauce

Ten years ago, Bone Lee started experimenting with making hot sauce with peppers he grew. Over the years, he perfected his cayenne-based recipe, found a facility to make it commercially and a distributor, and today, his hot sauce is found all over the world – as well as at farmers markets in Islamorada, Tavernier and Key West, and various festivals in the Keys. His sauce also adds heat to Uncle Russ’ Gourmet Bloody Mary Mix, and finds its way into key lime pies he sells at markets. “It’s a traditional key lime pie recipe, and we infuse the hot sauce in the sweetened condensed milk,” he says. “It catches people off guard!” His hot sauce has fans near and far – J. Kenji López-Alt of Serious Eats listed it as a pantry staple for vegans, and you can watch its review by members of the Clifton Chilli Club in UK on YouTube. 

BrucesGhostPepperZ.com LLC

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At BrucesGhostPepperZ.com, lovers of all things hot and spicy can find hot sauces, spiced jellies, spicy rubs and mixes and other hot chili pepper condiments. The Palm Beach growers also sell chili pepper plants and seeds, including ghost peppers, Trinidad Scorpion and Carolina Reaper. Their two most popular products, Bruce's Ghost Pepper Hot Sauce and Bruce's Key Lime Ghost-Habanero Hot Sauce, are locally made with Fresh from Florida peppers, and are available at a number of South Florida locations, including the Southermost Gift Shop, Blue Macaw Island Eats & Bar and BO's Fishwagon in Key West, and at summer events in the Keys:

  • Key West Caribbean Street Fair, during Hemingway Days, on Duval Street, Key West (Sat. July 22, 10a-10p)
  • Key West Lobsterfest Street Fair, on Duval Street, Key West (Sat. August 12, noon-11p)

Gaucho Ranch

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Catering & Meal Delivery

Asian Thai Kitchen

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Commercial Kitchens & Kitchen Incubators

Babe Froman

Doctor Pickle 
Commercial Kitchen

Breakfast & Bruncheries

Bagel & Cream Cheese at Toasted Bagelry

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Croqueta Sandwich 
with Egg at Al's Coffee Shop

Egg & Avocado Sandwich + Marcado at Cafe Curuba

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Egg Souffle at Sucre Cafe

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Jalisco Bowl at Dirt

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Bakeries & Patisseries, Breakfast & Bruncheries

Banh Mi + Milk Tea at 545 Banh Mi Cafe

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Egg, Cheese and Sujuk Bread at Noor Bakery

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CSAs & Farm Boxes, Farms, Orchards & Mills

Bee Heaven Farm

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CSA Info

Neighborhood/County/City: Miami-Dade
Region for CSA dropoff/pickup: Palmetto Bay, South Miami, Coconut Grove, El Portal, Miami Gardens, South Broward (east and west), Pompano Beach, and locations in the Upper Keys
Location of farm: Redland
CSA Open Season/months: Nov. through mid-April
Open hours: Various
Contact information: office (AT) beeheavenfarm (DOT) com

 

Farm Fresh Miami

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CSA Info

Neighborhood/County/City: Miami
Region for CSA dropoff/pickup: Broward and Miami-Dade
Location of farm: Multiple sources
CSA open Season/months: Year-round
Open hours: Varies
Contact information: info (AT) farmfreshmiami (DOT) com

Harpke Family Farm

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CSA Info

Neighborhood/County/City: Broward
Region for dropoff/pickup: Pick up at the farm
Location of farm: Dania Beach
Contact information: HarpkeFamilyFarm (AT) gmail (DOT) com
Open Season/months: Fall-spring
Open hours: Varies

Little River CSA

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CSA Info

Neighborhood/County/City: Little River
Region for dropoff/pickup: Saturdays at Upper East Side Farmers Marke at Legion Park, Biscayne Blvd. and 66th St. and  across the street from the Coconut Grove Metrorail station
Location of farm: North Miami, Little River
Contact information: mail (AT) littlerivercooperative (DOT) com
Open season/months: Opens in November and runs through April
Open hours: Market hours Saturdays 10am-2pm

Bookstores & Gift Shops, Cafes & Bistros

Bookstore in the Grove

Website

Chocolatiers & Confectioneries

Cao Chocolates

Website

To register for tastings, sign up online or call

Find Cao Chocolates at these markets:
• Bagel Express, Aventura
• SaladOz, downtown Miami
• The Village Stand, Miami Shores
• Thousand Pound Egg, Fort Lauderdale
• Pinecrest and Coral Gables farmers markets

CSAs & Farm Boxes

Cerasee Farm CSA

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Cerasee Farm offers its Spring CSA in January, starting at $30 per half share (9-12 items, no repeats). A special share is available to Barry students at a discounted rate. All produce is non-certified organic and sourced from local sustainable small farmers. We source what is available in Florida. Weekly shares MUST be ordered/purchased by 3pm on Wednesday or upon paid delivery of your weekly share. Thursday pick-up or delivery available for local customers.

Farm Share Adventure CSA

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CSA Info

Neighborhood/County/City: Broward
Region for CSA dropoff/pickup: Oakland Park
Location of farm: Redland
CSA Open Season/months: Nov. through mid-April
Open hours: Saturdays 10-2
Contact information:
http://ufi.us.org/programs/farm-share-adventure-csa/subscriber-form-csa/

The pickup location is at the Urban Farming Institute located in Oakland Park. However, we do not provide service during holiday breaks. The season begins in November and runs for a 20-week period.

Hungry Harvest

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Gardens & Nurseries

Community Garden: Coral Gables

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Community Garden: Coral Springs

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Community Garden: Cutler Bay

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Community Garden: Dania Beach PATCH

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Community Garden: Davie

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Community Garden: Deerfield Beach

Community Garden: FIU

Website

FIU Organic Garden

305-348-0186

Community Garden: Fort Lauderdale

Website

Marando Farms

954-294-2331

Community Garden: Hallandale Beach

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Hallandale Beach Health in the Hood
One of the newest community gardens, this is a Health in the Hood project. Residents can get a free garden membership and learn from master gardeners on growing vegetables in the plot, specifically placed in food deserts, where residents don't have easy access to full-service grocery stores.

Community Garden: Key West

Website

Community Garden: Lauderdale Lakes

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Community Garden: Little Haiti

Website

Community Garden: Margate

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Community Garden: Miami Beach

Pine Tree Park Community Garden

305-673-7000, ext. 6311 

Community Garden: Miramar

Website

Community Garden: North Beach

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North Beach Community Garden

305-673-7000, ext. 6311

Community Garden: North Lauderdale

Website

North Lauderdale Community Garden

954-722-0900

$20-30/yr

Community Garden: Oakland Park

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Community Garden: Pembroke Pines

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Pembroke Pines Community Garden

Location in transition, contact for updates on new location 954-392-2127

Community Garden: Pompano Beach

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Community Garden: Pompano Beach

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The Need to Feed Pompano Beach Garden

954-391-9266, theneedtofeedinc.org

Community Garden: South Beach

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Joseph Villari Victory Garden

305-673-7000, ext. 6311

Community Garden: Stock Island

Website

Community Garden: Tamarac

Website

Ranches & Livestock, Retail - Food

Gaucho Ranch Beef

Website

Bakeries & Patisseries

Guava + Cheese Donut at The Salty Donut

Website

Cafes & Bistros, Restaurants

Harry's Pizzeria

Website

Services - Food

Jammy Yummy

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Jammy Yummy   
These savory jams include Jalapeño Jam, made with two peppers, hot jalapeños and mild green bell peppers. “Green bell peppers are prematurely harvested, so, they have a slightly bitter flavor,” says founder Agnés Meléndez. Red Pepper Jam, made from Florida peppers when possible, is sweet and acidic. Both work with cheese platters, meat or fish dishes and burgers. Find them at Milam’s Markets, Lucky’s Market, the Golden Hog Market and Whole Foods Markets.

Bars, Pubs & Wine Bars

LoKal

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