Daytona Beach Downtown Farmers’ Market

Fresh Local Flavors on City Island

Located just across the river from the shops, restaurants, attractions and services along scenic Beach Street, our popular Farmers’ Market is open every Saturday from 7:00 a.m. until 1 p.m at the City Island parking lot next to Jackie Robinson Ballpark. The Farmers’ Market is a “must-see” if you love fresh and organic fruits and vegetables, baked goods, seafood and local food.

Visit our Farmers’ Market merchants and frequently asked questions pages for more information, or stop by our information booth Saturday morning!

Interested in becoming a vendor at the Farmers’ Market? Download the Vendor Application and Regulations.

Summer time = Sweet Corn on the Cob!!

Come out Saturday Morning from 7AM-1PM, to Daytona’s beautiful City Island (Daytona Beach).and get fresh, local grown, sweet corn… No summer Bar-b-que is complete with it… You’ll be glad you did!!

A scenic walk across the Magnolia bridge and you can stroll the brick inlayed sidewalks, shop exclusive stores (owned by small local businesses), eat lunch made fresh daily (featuring different cuisines) at the many family restaurants all at the Riverfront Shops of Daytona Beach

Make a day rediscovering Downtown Daytona Beach Riverfront Shops of Daytona Beach and Daytona Beach Downtown Farmers’ Market!!

For more information on the Farmers Market, please call Noelene Foster at 386-671-8189

New Farmers Market Vendor


  • Bleu Basil

Bleu Basil is a local epicurean style market with a focus on jarred items a long with fresh bread (like chocolate bread) and pies. In addition, they offer many services such as private chef service, cooking classes and catering.
The owners (Michel and Scott) of Bleu Basil have 20 plus years experience in the food and hospitality industry..

Cooking Demonstrations come to the Farmer’s Market

Creamy Garlic Mashed Cauliflower: Imagine having a nice big serving of mashed potatoes but with a quarter of the calories. Now you can with creamy garlic mashed cauliflower! |


  • Mainland High School Academy of Hospitality and Culinary Arts

    L00K at what’s happening at the Daytona Beach Downtown Farmers’ Market hosting the Mainland High School Academy of Hospitality and Culinary Arts students will arrive every Saturday @ 9:30AM-11AM for cooking demonstrations for the next several weeks.

    The Academy of Hospitality and Culinary Arts is designed to prepare students for life after high school in the hospitality and tourism industry. The curriculum is sponsored by the National Restaurant Association Education Foundation (NRAEF). The tracks offered in this academy are culinary arts and lodging and tourism. The instructors of the academy, Jason Kester and Troy Logan, are dedicated to helping students learn any concept relating to food, hospitality, and business. This academy provides the opportunity to earn the following professional industry certifications: SafeStaff Food Handlers Certification, ServSafe Food Manager Certification, and ProStart Certification.