The Lake Oswego Farmers’ Market has everything you need to sample the region’s top agricultural and food items! There’s a lot of great stuff for everyone, from delicious fruit and vegetables to delectable meats, fish, shellfish, nuts, cheeses, handmade baked goods, jams and jellies, salsas, and hummus.
After two years of falling in line with Covid requirements, the Lake Oswego Farmers’ Market is back to full operation, starting last Saturday! Each Saturday morning from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., approximately 80 vendors will offer their products at Millennium Plaza Park. From 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., visitors may listen to live music, and children can participate in both the Farm Fresh Kids program and the Kids Corner activities.
Here are some of the amazing vendors you will see at the farmers’ market:
Small batch local bone broths from Nouriche Broth, including a vegan-friendly choice; Buddha Chocolates creates handcrafted chocolate bars such as Wild Rose & Sea Salt, Oregon Hazelnut, Lavender Bliss, Coffee Ritual, and others; Casa Luna Winery, which bills itself as the “smallest winery in Oregon,” is located here in Lake Oswego and serves Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, and Rose Pinot Gris among other offerings; the Catherine’s Cattle Ranch, located in North Plains, Oregon, is a small family-owned-and-operated farm that produces grass-fed-and-finished beef; fresh wild salmon and steelhead from the Columbia River are available at Dank Fish; Garibaldi Cellars is a small, family-owned and operated boutique winery that specializes in award-winning Pinot Noir, Rose, Chardonnay, and white varietal wines; Goddess Mousse specializes in “healthy indulgences,” which are plant-based, maple-sweetened chocolate mousse; and the new Love Eatz Smashburgers will serve classic, basic, and delectable smash-burgers and home fries.
Also in attendance is Not Bread, which will also be selling its gluten-free, dairy-free seed loaf built from organic oats, seeds, honey, and sea salt; Orange & Blossom is a contemporary farm-focused, plant-based patisserie based in Portland that will be selling seasonal delicacies made with organic produce and ingredients directly sourced when feasible; Red Bird Acres is a first-generation, pasture-based, open sky Animal Welfare Approved livestock farm that will regularly supply pork to the market as well as lamb, turkeys, and chickens during specific seasons; The Riverland Family Farm delivers the best organic produce through socially and environmentally responsible operations; Zanjabiel is a small women-owned catering and restaurant that specializes in genuine middle eastern cuisine prepared from scratch using the finest natural ingredients and recipes handed down through generations.
There are so many good eats here, so you should make a stop on a Saturday when you visit the area!
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