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Nashville is home to a variety of different markets – from local produce, to home-made goods, to fresh seafood, Nashville has it all. Below, we have listed some of our favorite markets in Nashville.
Nashville Farmer’s Market is one of the largest farmer’s markets in the state, and it offers a huge variety of items. Nashville’s Farmer’s Market is spread over a few different areas and offers more than just produce. More than five to one hundred farmers call the North and South Farm Sheds home, and the Market House offers 16 restaurants and shops. In addition, the market is home to a craft and flea shed on the weekends and also offers culinary classes.
Nashville Farmer’s Market, 900 Rosa L Parks Blvd, Nashville, TN +1 615 880 2001
Little Fish Company has been located in Nashville for more than 50 years. They specialize in fresh fish and seafood. In addition to their fish and seafood, they also offer many different varieties of meats. The market is open Tuesday through Saturday, so make your plans accordingly. Check their online website for all of the varieties of fish and meat they offer.
Little Fish Company, 1234 6th Ave N, Nashville, TN +1 615 255 0429
Nashville Flea Market is one of the best flea markets in the whole country. About 800 to 1200 vendors from a diverse array of states flock to this event, plus, this is one of the oldest flea markets and has been around for about 60 years. They offer a variety of items including furniture, clothing, jewelry, knick-knacks, and many more items. The market happens once every month.
Nashville Flea Market, 625 Smith Avenue Nashville, TN +1 615 862 5016
East Nashville Farmers Market is a seasonal market open from May 10th-Oct 28th from 3:30pm-7pm. This is the perfect family-friendly market, since they are located in Shelby Park right next to the playground. Come here for a relaxing weekend with the kids, while snacking on fresh food and listening to live music. They offer ‘grass fed meats, organically raised produce, fresh eggs, artisan chesses, plants, and seasonal items.’
Porter Flea is a new addition to the Nashville scene. Although it only occurs once during the summer, it is worth a trip. The market offers more than 90 vendors who have been chosen by a special jury, and the vendors offer handmade wares, including apparel, accessories, furniture, and paper goods. After a long day of hunting for goods, the market also offers a variety of food trucks.