The Benicia Certified Farmers’ Market, located on First Street between B and D Streets, runs through October 27th, offering farm fresh produce and fresh cut flowers along with arts and crafts vendors, specialty foods, baked goods, and numerous gourmet food vendors. Children can enjoy activities like face painting and the inflatable bounce house on the First Street Green.

Fall Closing Hours: Starting September 15th the market closes at 7:30pm through the end of the month. All of October the market closes at 7:00pm. 

Music Entertainment

9/22 – Bruno Grossi

9/29 – Fred McCarty

10/6 – Bruno Grossi

10/13 – Kevin Frazier

10/20 – Fred McCarty

10/27 – Scott Pullman

Farmers

Achadinha Cheese Company

Chay’s Farms – Organic vegetables and berries

Diaz Farms – Grapes, nectarines, peaches, plums, apricots, cherries

Flying Cow – 100% grass fed beef

Steaks: Ball Tip, Eye of Round, Filet Mignon, Flat Iron, Flank, Flap, New York Strip, Rib Eye, Sirloin Tip, Skirt, T-Bone, Top Sirloin

Roasts: Brisket, Chuck, Cross Rib, London Broil, Mock Tender, Rump,Tri-Tip

Other Cuts: Broth Bones, Ground Beef, Heart, Liver, Osso Buco, Oxtail,Short Ribs

Coming later this summer: Sausages including Sweet Italian, Kielbasa, Bratwurst and Ginger Garlic, as well as Corned Beef and Beef Jerky

Goldrush Bay Area Honey

Great Valley Poultry – Cage free organic eggs and pasture raised eggs and duck eggs

Lujan Farms – Apples, apricots, cherries, nectarines, peaches, persimmons, plums, pluots, quince

J&M Ibarra Farms – Organic American & Asian Vegetables

Medina Berry Farms – Strawberries, blackberries, raspberries

Medrano’s Flowers

Resendiz Farms – Tree fruits, tomatoes, onions, melons, grapes, squash

Rose Lane Farms – Almonds, apples, pears, broccoli, cauliflower, cucumber, garlic, herbs,  lemons, onions, tomatoes, peppers, flowers, pumpkins, winter squash

Gourmet Prepackaged Foods

Angelina’s Family Kitchen – Biscotti, cookies, macaroons

Best Damn Nuts – Artisanal nuts

Cobblestone Bakery – Variety of baked goods

Fox & Fawn Bakehouse – Cupcakes and pies in jars

Gourmet Temptations – Mustard blends, marinades and sauces, fruit curds and jams, dessert sauces, honey, aged balsamics, blended olive oils, handmade pasta and gluten free pasta

Hummus Heaven – 17 flavors of hummus and dips, pita bread and chips

Il Pastiao – Fresh pasta and pasta sauces

Sukhis Gourmet Indian Foods – Samosas, naans, paranthas, naanwich, curries, tandooris, various spices

Sustainable Sweets – Fruit jams, pies, breads, pie fillings, preserves

Bistro Blends / DBA Talk Story Foods – Olive oils, balsamics, vinagers

The Salsa Chick – Salsa and tamales

The Uppercrust Bakery – Baked goods

Way to Life Foods – Granola, vegan cinnamon rolls, cookies

Hot Food Vendors

La Perla De Jalisco – Burritos, tacos, tortas, quesadillas, tamales

La Selva – Fresh fruit drinks, fish and shrimp tacos

Julie’s Roasted Corn & Potatoes – Roasted corn and baked potatoes

Out of this World Concessions – Corn dogs, funnel cakes, battered fried asparagus, artichoke hearts, zucchini, and onion rings, fries, chicken tenders, mushrooms, artisan flat bread, gyros, calamari, shaved ice, mini donuts

Supper’s On – Locally sourced, soulfully prepared soups

Tony’s Kettle Corn

Arts & Crafts

Bonnie’s Planters – Glass, wooden, metal pottery with green plants

Luminance Skincare – Organic, raw vegan full-line skincare

Made by Your Favorites – Handmade bows, mouse ears, donut and bow pillows, scarves and zipper pouches.

Simply Natural Madagascar – All natural hand made skin care and hand bags

Soaptree Soaps – Soap and natural body products

Personal Touch Crafts – Olives, garlic, jewelry, purses, scarves

The Arc-Solano – Handcrafted and designed bead work by developmentally delayed adults

The Hat Lady – Sunglasses, hats, beanies, hand knit sweaters

TwoDays Jewelry – Silver jewelry and teen accessories

Informational

City of Benicia – Open Government

Edward Jones – Financial advising services

Renewal by Andersen – Free window quotes on energy efficiency

 

Services

Jamberry – Nail wraps, nail gels, hand care

Masquerade Face Painting

Mehndi by Cori

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Benicia Farmers Market proudly accepts CalFresh EBT cards (formerly known as Food Stamps). Go to Benicia Main Street booth to purchase tokens.

 

 

 

No petsAs required by the Solano County Environmental Health Department, no pets are allowed with the exception of service dogs.