Schlafly Farmers Market
Outdoor Farmers Market Runs Every Wednesday at Schlafly Bottleworks from April Through October From 4:00 - 7:00 p.m.
7260 Southwest Avenue
(Off of Manchester)
Come and buy local, farm fresh eggs, pork, lamb, beef, herbs, mushrooms, artisanal loaves, flowers, pasta, chocolate and more straight from the source.
The Schlafly Farmers Market is a uniquely special opportunity to fill your basket with produce while chatting with the people who actually grew, raised, or made it.
Our market also boasts great live music each week and outdoor dining on the covered Schlafly Bottleworks patio. The only thing better than being able to shop for your groceries at a great local farmers market is being able to drink fresh Schlafly beer while you’re doing it!
Vendors can change week to week, but may include the following:
4 Seasons Baked Goods, Arthouse Coffees, Baetje Farms, Biver Farm, Blue Heron Orchard, Buila Family Farm, Centennial Farms, Del Carmen Foods, Eckenfels Farms, El Chico Bakery, Farrar Out Farm, Frontwards Farm, Hanley Fold Farm, Hosco Foods, iScream Cakes, Ivan’s Farm, Live Springs Farm, Murray’s Orchard, Ozark Forest Mushroom, Red Fox Baking, Riverbend Roots Farm, Robins Apiaries, Terra Bella Farm, Three Rivers Community Farm, Trail Lodge Tea, Weidner Farms, Whisk: A Sustainable Bakeshop
Please direct vendor inquiries to the Market Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Schlafly Winter Market: For the long winter months, the Schlafly Farmers Market becomes the Winter Market and moves inside the Schlafly Bottleworks. With local farmers extending the season more than ever, that means greens, turnips, scallions and other fresh produce — even in January. We also have a great selection of meat and cheese vendors, baked goods and other locally-made specialty products.
Make sure to “Like” the Schlafly Farmers Market Facebook Page
Connect directly with our farmers and Market Master Brian DeSmet!
Join Us For SLOWednesdays at Schlafly Bottleworks
On the second Wednesday of each month between April and October, join Slow Food St. Louis and the Schlafly Bottleworks as they present SLOWednesday after the Schlafly Farmers Market.
Each month a different farmer from the market will speak about their farm, giving you the opportunity to get to know your food, its origins, and most important, its producers.
Talks will begin in the Crown Room at 7:30 PM, and we ask that everyone interested in ordering food and drink place their orders and be settled in before that time. SLOWednesdays are free and open to the public.
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