The Market


Your favorite farmers market is open every Saturday until Thanksgiving from 9am to 1pm at the corner of Georgia and Macomb Streets in Tallahassee’s historic Frenchtown neighborhood. We set up on the plaza named for Tallahassee Police Department’s first Black officer, Fred Douglas Lee, Sr.


The neighborhood has a rich heritage of fertile ground and social activism. Frenchtown Heritage Marketplace is working to revive and restore Frenchtown’s culture of commerce and community so important to the fabric of this Capital City.


Join us for the freshest local produce and featured food items that are unique to this market. Check our vendor page for the scoop on your favorite local food sellers, recipes and links to more information.

Marie’s Jam, Jelly & Herbs makes garden-fresh gourmet preserves, pestos and pepper sauces. She’s also a certified food handler and grills up Limestone sausage on lucky Saturdays!

Frenchtown Heritage Marketplace is the only farmers market in the Capital City area to offer centralized EBT access. Use your SNAP benefits (formerly “food stamps”) here! The market is also the ONLY place that can double SNAP dollars  on the purchase of fresh produce, live plants and local honey. The grocery store, the dollar store, not even Walmart can do that for you. It’s easy! Stop by the market and ask us how it works.

The SNAP match program is called Fresh Access Bucks, or FAB, and is provided by Florida Organic Growers.

Join our mailing list for weekly features and special events. And stay tuned for news on Frenchtown Heritage Fest 2015! The much anticipated street party kicks off on Saturday, October 3rd.

Mayor Marks speaks to the crowd during Frenchtown Heritage Fest 2014 while New Leaf Market chef Sadiqa Williams instructs FAMU’s Institute for Public Health students in mojito making.

Our local farmers and food artists are always cooking up something new. You don’t want to miss the latest flavor adventures from Marie’s Jam & Jelly, Williams Gourmet, Frenchtown Beez and Chef Shac.

Williams Gourmet gluten-free granola made using Frenchtown Beez honey. Yum!

Find out which variety of delicious nutrition Deacon Duffee, Sanguon’s Organic, Seedtime Harvest, iGrow Whatever You Like (a program of Tallahassee Food Network) and 50 Large have just pulled from the ground. You can’t get fresher than FHM!

Marvin Stokes and Deacon Ed Duffee represent 40 years of Frenchtown farming history.

Monthly cooking demonstrations, holiday features and partner presentations enrich the experience. Fresh From Florida, FAMU Institute of Public Health and Leon County Extension Office all stop by to share ideas and techniques. Get on the mailing list to find out who is coming when!

Kids Chef Paula joined us in May 2015 for cooking demo featuring fresh Florida produce.

We’re always interested to hear what you want to see. This is your market. Contact us and help us Grow Community!

Tallahassee Frenchtown Market
The iGrow team reppin’ the grounding breaking youth empowerment program of Tallahassee Food Network.

Every Saturday  9am – 1 pm  The Frenchtown Heritage Marketplace offers a wide variety of fresh, local, naturally grown produce, honey, eggs, baked goods, gourmet preserves and smoked meats sold direct by the producers. Come meet your farmers and food artists! We also have live music and cooking demos every month.

The farmers market is a project of the Frenchtown Neigborhood Improvement Association, operated in partnership with the Tallahassee Community Redevelopment Agency and a network of community-based organizations working to build a better local food system to improve community health and economic diversity.