Ramada Burbank

Visit the Burbank Farmer’s Market

farmer’s market

Farmers Markets are an old tradition, but luckily they don’t seem to have died with the times and the age of technology. Burbank, California, hosts the Burbank Farmer’s Market every Saturday morning, which is one of the oldest in the whole of Los Angeles. It has been running for over 25 years, and during that time, it has never been short of regular participants from local farms, in fact, currently, there is a long waiting list of vendors who want to sell their wares. The market is traditional, meaning there are no other activities. It is all about the product, and although the market is not the biggest, it still offers the most extensive range of best quality stock from flowers, eggs, and cheese, as well as bread, preserves, and of course, meat.

The market opens every Saturday morning without fail, regardless of the weather, from 8 am to 12:30pm. As a bonus, there is free parking available so you can browse all you like without worrying about parking fees. Purchasing goods from the vendors here means you are supporting sustainable agriculture and helping small, family-run farms to keep doing what they do best. The market is non-profit. However, any money that is raised is given directly to the Providence St. Joseph Foundation, which helps to fund and support charitable community activities.

So come on down to the market if you are staying in Burbank. Meet the vendors and find out exactly where your food comes from and who is responsible for preparing it. You will find it a friendly and sociable environment with lots of information to offer with vendors who will be more than willing to answer any questions you have. Buy your produce here, and you will be so impressed that you will never want to set foot in a supermarket or grocery store again!