HAFM logo: two hands exchanging an apple.
Long Beach
Downtown
Farmers Market
Leafy greens.

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View of Long Beach Downtown Market from northeast.
(HAFM's Long Beach Downtown Farmers Market seen from west-bound W. 3rd St)
Fridays
10am - 3pm

This weekly Certified Farmers Market is held on a parkinglot bordering the south side of one-way westbound W. 3rd St between Pacific Av and Cedar Av, a block north of one-way eastbound W. Broadway.



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Parking - 2 HOURS FREE PARKING:
(1) CityPlace parking structure at 51 E. 3rd (address on building - Google calls it 123 E. 3rd), enter N side of 3rd just east of the Farmers & Merchants Bank between LB Blvd & Pine (1 1/2 blocks from market).

Parking - 1/2 HOUR FREE PARKING ($1.75 per 20 minutes thereafter):
(2) 332 W. Broadway @ City Hall, enter S side of Broadway between Chestnut & Cedar (1/2 block from market).

Parking - 2 HOURS PARKING FOR $2:
(3) 398 W. Roble Way, enter S side of Roble (from Chestnut) just N of 3rd (1 block from market).

The parking map below is downloadable and printable on one 8.5x11 sheet with half-inch margins.

LBDT Market customer parking map.



Bicycle Valet Service: this market features a bicycle valet service called "Pedal Movement." The service is located each Friday on the north side of the market. The service is free.

A small business owned by Graham Baden, "Pedal Movement" offers the Friday market shopper a safe place to store a bicycle while shopping, with live attendants who issue claim checks for each bike. They also are able to do minor maintenance and tuneup work (free except for the cost of parts) while the bicyclist is shopping in the market.

Although the service is focused upon those already riding their bikes to the Friday market, Graham is poised to recruit new users of the service as well. This makes good environmental sense, plus more bike riders would also serve to reduce the automobile parking conundrum at this very popular market location.



Public transit: LA Metro || LB Transit


Products available in this market:
Bee products
Cut Flowers
Eggs
Fruit Juices
Fruits
Herbs
Jams
Jellies
Nuts
Plants
Vegetables
BBQ Meats
Beverages
Breads
Brownies
Cakes
Coffees
Cookies
Dips
Feta Cheese
Granola
Kettlecorn
Mediterranean Breads/Spreads
Mexican hot food
Mustard
Nut Butters
Pastries
Pickled Vegetables
Pies
Processed Nuts
Processed Seeds
Roasted Corn
Rotisserie Chicken
Salads
Salsas
Sandwiches
Taiwanese hot food
Teas
Tortilla Chips
Watches & Repair
Official logo for California-grown Certified Farmers' Market.

Farmers - Year-round:

Aroma Orchids --> [photos]:
Aroma: Orchids. live orchids.

Avitua-Walker --> [photos]:
Avitua/Walker: Fruits, Nuts, Dried Fruits. apricots, cherries, nectarines, peaches, plums, pears (including Asian), grapes, figs, jujubes, grapefruit, pomegranates, melons, apples, oranges, kiwis, avocados, persimmons, pomelos, nuts (including almonds, macadamias, pecans, pistachios, and walnuts), and dried fruits.

Berumen --> [photos]:
Berumen: ORGANIC Strawberries, Tomatoes, Melons, Vegetables. strawberries, celery, cauliflower, broccoli, carrots, cabbages, onions (including green), radishes, cilantro and other herbs, lettuce, beets, kohlrabi, asparagus, artichokes, corn, tomatoes, peppers, and melons.

Energy Bee --> [photos]:
Energy Bee: Honey, Royal Jelly, and Pollen. honey (cotton blossom, orange blossom, blackbutton sage, wildflower, buckwheat, and avocado), and other bee products (such as honey sticks, pollen, royal jelly, and occasionally candles).

Gama --> [photos]:
Gama: Eggs, Vegetables, and Fruits. white and brown eggs, potatoes (red rose, white rose, Yukon Gold, purple, and russet), navel and Valencia oranges, carrots, onions, yams, beets, garlic, raisins, Swiss chard, cilantro, lettuce, cherries, tomatoes, tomatillos, melons, grapes, bell peppers, cactus leaf, and fava beans.

Gaytan --> [photos]:
Gaytan: Vegetables, Tomatoes, Melons, Strawberries. strawberries, broccoli, cabbages (including Brussels sprouts), beets, turnips, leeks, spinach, onions, cauliflower, carrots, celery, lettuce, Italian parsley, mint, various radishes, cilantro, asparagus, artichokes, basil, green beans, bell and fresno peppers, tomatoes (including cherry), cantaloupes, corn, cucumbers, eggplant, and green onions.

Rancho de Trinidad --> [photos]:
Rancho de Trinidad: citrus, avocados, fresh juice. Valencia and navel oranges, tangelos, Satsuma mandarins, lemons, Bacon and Fuerte avocados, and fresh orange juice (they will also juice to order from their produce).

Robin's Hot Items --> [photos]:
Robin's Hot Items: Indoor/Outdoor Plants (Succulents, Money trees, Bamboo Designs, Terrariums). indoor/outdoor plants (succulents, "money trees", bamboo designs, terrariums).

Santiago --> [photos]:
Santiago: Berries. blackberries, blueberries, red and yellow raspberries, strawberries, carrots, and onions.

Sherrill --> [photos]:
Sherrill: Fruit Juices, Jellies. juices (including apple, pomegranate, apple/pomegranate, apple/peach, orange), and jellies (including apple/peach, apple/cherry/pomegranate, orange/pomegranate, and pomegranate).

Shigeru Flowers --> [photos]:
Shigeru with Pleasant Valley: Cut Flowers. cut flowers.

Tamai --> [photos]:
Tamai: Strawberries, Tomatoes, Vegetables. strawberries, spinach, beets, cilantro, parsley, mint, dill, arugula, Swiss chard, carrots, asparagus, artichokes, beans, cabbages, corn, tomatoes, basil, squashes, melons, radishes, and cucumbers.

Valley Center --> [photos]:
Valley Center: Fruits. oranges (including navel, blood, and Valencia), mandarins, grapefruits, tangerines, lemons, avocados, cherries, apricots, peaches, cantaloupes, plums, grapes, apples, passionfruit, pomegranates, persimmons, and nopales.

(Seasonal):

Fernandez (Sep-May) --> [photos]:
dates (Barhi, Deglet Noor, and Medjool), Armenian cucumbers, and figs.

Garcia, A. (May-?) --> [photos]:
Garcia, A.: Fruits, Raisins, Roots. navel and Valencia oranges, raisins, apples, lemons, tangerines, mandarins, grapefruit, walnuts (whole and shelled), sweet potatoes, yams, cherries, apricots, nectarines, peaches, Asian pears, plums, pluots, seedless grapes, melons, figs, peanuts, and persimmons.

Gonzaga (Oct-May) --> [photos]:
oranges (including Valencia, Cara Cara, and other various navel), tangelos, tangerines (including Shasta Gold), lemons, mandarins, grapefruit (including Cocktail, Mellogold, and pomelos), avocados, Asian vegetables, blueberries, mulberries, cherries, corn, white peaches, melons, red onions, eggplants, yellow zucchini squash, plums, grapes, peppers, peanuts, jujubes, Asian pears, pomegranates (and seeds), and persimmons.

Ha's Apple Farm (Sep-?) --> [photos]:
Ha: Apples, Pears, Juice, Jams, Jellies, Chips, Vinegar. apples (including Arkansas Black, Cameo, Fuji, Golden Delicious, Gala, Granny Smith, Honey Crisp, Mutsu, Orin, Pink Lady®, Red Delicious, Sommerfield, Sundowner, Tsugaru, Winesap), apple products (such as juice, spreads, jams, jellies, cider vinegar, dried chips, and fruit roll-ups), raspberries, peaches, melons, grapes, pears (including Asian Shingo, Bartlett, Twentieth Century), sugar plums, jujubes, pomegranates, and applewood chips. Also lilac bouquets in Spring.

Nejely (Dec-Jul) --> [photos]:
specialty fruits (such as cherimoyas, guavas, kumquats, loquats, mulberries, quinces, and sapotes), tangelos, sweet limes, and avocados.

Tenerelli (Jul-Oct) --> [photos]:
apricots, nectarines, peaches, plums, pluots, figs, apples, and pomegranates.

Van Foeken (May-?) --> [photos]:
Van Foeken: Fruits. citrus (including navel and Valencia oranges, mandarins, grapefruit, kumquats, lemons, limes, tangerines, tangelos, and pomelos), apples, apricots, plumcots, cherries, nectarines, peaches, plums, figs, pears (including Asian), pomegranates, and persimmons.


Farmers' market shoppers.



Food Vendors - Year-round:

Bread Creations/Root of Life --> [photos]:
Bread Creations / Root of Life. baked goods. (Vegan drinks will be available sometime in 2014 . . .)

Corn Roaster USA --> [photos]:
Corn Roaster USA: Roasted Corn. roasted corn on skewer, and fresh lemonade.

Cumin Express --> [photos]:
Cumin Express: Rotisserie Chicken. rotisseried chicken, sold whole, half, or as combo plate (half with pita bread and your choice of one of the following: roasted potatoes w/ garlic, potato salad, macaroni salad, cole slaw, or salsa).
Cumin Express gourmet catering is also available for special events, parties, picnics, etc.

Deli 456 --> [photos]:
Deli 456: Cookies, Brownies, Cake. cookies (peanut butter, chocolate chip, and oatmeal raisin), brownies, zucchini bread, and white chocolate lemon pound cake.

Grandma's Kitchen --> [photos]:
Grandma's Kitchen: Jams, Jellies, Butters, Fruit Leathers, Gluten-free Crackers. jams (strawberry, strawberry/apricot, peach, plum, fig), jellies (apple, plum, grape, pomegranate, quince, guava), butters (apple, apple/pear, persimmon), fruit leathers (apricot, peach, plum, quince, guava, mixed/persimmon), and gluten-free salted crackers.

Hula Pop --> [photos]:
Hula Pop: Kettlecorn. kettlecorn (some sweetened and some flavored with cheeses and peppers).

Los Alamos --> [photos]:
Los Alamos: Hot Mexican Food. burritos, quesadillas, chile rellenos, enchiladas, beef tacos, steamed tacos, pupusas, corn bread, cactus tortillas, champurrado, and combo plates made to order with white beans and rice.

Mathew --> [photos]:
Mathew: Tropical Fruit Cups. shelled coconut, and fruit cups (with chunked pineapple, cantaloupe, watermelon, mango, papaya and cucumber).

Me Gusta Tamales --> [photos]:
Me Gusta Gourmet Tamales. tamales (beef, chicken, pork, Anaheim chile/cheese, sweet corn, pineapple, and vegetarian). Served hot with your choice of sauce, also available frozen. Also esquite (cooked corn with pico de gallo sauce, lemon juice, mayonnaise, and parmesan cheese), and various drinks (including fresh lemonade).

Mom's Specialty Foods --> [photos]:
Mom's: Mediterranean Breads, Salads, Spreads. pita bread (whole wheat and white), pita chips (lemon spices and garlic), hummus (original, artichoke, avocado/cilantro, garlic, garlic/chives, red pepper, basil tomato, kalamata olives, cilantro jalapeño, Baba Ghanouj), salads (tabouleh, artichoke, couscous), tzatziki sauce, tapanade (red pepper with walnuts and pomegranate), feta cheese, kalamata olives, pizzas, and halvah.

Peanut Dudes --> [photos]:
Peanut Dudes: Roasted Nuts and Granola. salted/sweetened roasted peanuts (shelled and unshelled), flavored pistachios, almonds, cashews, pepitas, mixed nuts, peanut/almond brittle, roasted-on-site fresh peanuts, and granola.

Pop-Up Coffee Shop --> [photos]:
Pop-Up Coffee Shop: Coffees, Teas, Pastries. coffees (fresh-brewed, whole-bean, and cold-brew), teas, and pastries (such as scones, popovers, muffins).

Proper's Pickle --> [photos]:
Proper's Pickle: Pickled Vegetables. pickled vegetables (Persian cucumber/carrot, cauliflower/carrot, serrano pepper, jalapeño pepper); all with selected herbs and spices, all without preservatives, all made fresh weekly.

QT's Smokehouse BBQ --> [photos]:
QT's Smokehouse BBQ. barbequed beef brisket, pork spare ribs, chicken, turkey leg and sausage. Available whole, or as dinners with potato salad, baked beans and a roll, or as sandwiches. Also some sodas.
QT's Smokehouse BBQ also cater special events.

Sharer --> [photos]:
Sharer: ORGANIC Nut Butters, Mustard. nut butters (almond, hazelnut/chocolate, coconut/macadamia, cashew); and mustard.

Steak & Cake:
sandwiches and funnelcake.

The Fresh Dip --> [photos]:
The Fresh Dip: Salsas, Guacamole, Chips. salsas (pico de gallo, mango, roasted pepper, tomatillo, and fire roasted), dips (guacamole mild or hot, and smoked Gouda), and tortilla chips.

The Lady Farmer --> [photos]:
The Lady Farmer: Sandwiches, Salads, Drinks. sandwiches (breakfast, BLTA, grilled cheese), salads (herb roasted chicken, Asian noodle), and seasonal drinks (such as organic ginger peach lemonade, organic cucumber watermelon lemonade).

The Sugar Escape --> [photos]:
The Sugar Escape: Coffeecake, Cupcakes, Cookies. coffee cake (whole and slices), cupcakes (banana nut, chocolate, coffeecake, red velvet, strawberry, vanilla), and decorative cookies for special occasions.

Wei's Scallion Pancake Hut --> [photos]:
Wei's Scallion Pancake Hut: Scallion Pancakes, Porkbelly Pockets, Pot Stickers, Stuffed Wontons, Hibiscus Tea. scallion pancakes, pork belly pockets, pot stickers, veggie-stuffed wontons, and hibiscus tea.



Misc. Vendors:

The Watch Man --> [photos]:
The Watch Man: Watch Sales and Repair. watch sales and repair.



Market Layout Map:
Farmers are in green; food vendors are in gray.
This layout is subject to change. Last updated on: Oct. 14 '14.

1. Please allow a few moments for the imagemap to fully load.
2. Then click the webpage somewhere, to activate your directional keys for some vertical scrolling to fully see some of the pics.
3. Hover the marketstall blocks in the imagemap below for quick pics.

(Note: the blocks are not indicative of actual space sizes, but give an approximate idea where producers are located in the market. Pics are not necessarily from this HAFM market. Some producers may not yet be represented by a pic.)

The imagemap is downloadable and printable on one 8.5x11 sheet with half-inch margins.



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