Bellevue's farmer's markets, produce stands, and farm stands are some of the best places to mingle with the locals and explore our regional foodways. You'll find fresh produce, tasty snacks, and fun creations from Washington's small farms, artisans, and small business entrepreneurs. They start opening in the Spring, so you're just in time to catch the first of the season. For fresh, juicy blueberries, add the U-Pick experience at the local blueberry farm to your Bellevue itinerary, which begins this July.


Bellevue Farmer's Market

Thursdays, May 23 - October 24: 3 - 7 pm

The Bellevue Farmer's Market is full of fresh produce grown and raised by our local farmers. There's live music and fun activities for kids at the information booth. Leashed pets on good behavior can come too, but will have to leave if they cause a disturbance. 

What to get:

Find lots of fresh veggies and fruits, artisan baked goods, beverages, and food trucks. With over 40 vendors, it's a great place to get a snack and hang out. You might leave with a bouquet of flowers, or two.

Getting there:

The 249 and 246 bus routes are just one block away, there's parking, and it's ADA accessible. 

Address: 1717 Bellevue Way NE, Bellevue, WA 98004

Larsen Lake Blueberry Farm Stand & U-PICK

March - December, 10 am to 4 pm, varies
2024 UPICK: July - September

Enjoy fresh produce and flowers from Cha New Life Farm at Larsen Lake Blueberry Farm, which has been around since 2005. The U-PICK season is typically mid July to September, but varies, because our climate varies. It's a cute and picturesque activity for kids, a date, or a nice time out with your pet. 

What to get:

Find fresh flowers, seasonal fruits and veggies, and blueberries. Right now, you can pick up some frozen blueberries. During U-PICK season, you can pick your own fresh, juicy blueberries.

Getting there:

Larsen Lake and the blueberry farm is located in the Lake Hills Greenbelt, which is a part of our Lake-to-Lake-Trail and is a wetland corridor. There's ample parking available.

Address: 700 148th Ave SE, Bellevue, WA 98007

Crossroads Farmer's Market 

Tuesdays, June 4 - September 24, 12 pm to 6 pm 

At Crossroads Farmer's Market, you'll enjoy fresh Washington produce, flowers, food, and live music. Local nonprofit community organizations are featured each market day. 

What to get:

There are vendors that sell dog treats, crystal infused candles, chocolate treats, berries, milk products, flowers, vegetables, and ready-to-eat foods. Grab a bag of kettle corn or enjoy some Russian-style crepes as a snack while you peruse.

Getting there:

The market is located in the east parking lot of the Crossroads Shopping area. This is where Dick's Drive-In is, if you want to try the local burger joint with a cult fan following. Or, you can head into the Edgeworks Climbing gym for some rock climbing fun.

Address: 15600 NE 8th St, Bellevue, WA 98008

Lake Hills Farm Fresh Produce

Hours Vary

The Lake Hills Farm Produce Stand is located next to the Bellevue Demonstration Garden, which hosts workshops Saturdays at 9:30 am from January through October. Many local trail explorers will end up here at the stand, after checking out the beautiful farm. 

What to get:

You can purchase flowers, custom bouquets, fresh produce and seasonal fruits from this small family farm. 

Getting there:

This produce stand is located at the Lake Hills Farm, in the greenbelt. It's in a red barn building, you won't miss it. There's parking and picnic tables available on site. 

Address: 15500 SE 16th St, Bellevue, WA 98007