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Places to go and things to do when living in Brookland, DC.

Local Produce Awaits at the Weekly Monroe Street Farmers Market

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Just because you reside in a city doesn’t mean you’re any less entitled to fresh produce than someone who lives in the country. The Monroe Street Farmers Market ensures that everyone has access to farm-fresh food, including city dwellers, by bringing a lineup of local vendors to the Arts Walk and Plaza.

The market is open every Saturday from April to December from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. with a roster of local farmers and specialty food vendors. Stop by to pick up some fresh fruits and veggies from 78 Acres in nearby Smithsburg, MD. Grab fresh beef, chicken, and other meats from Groff’s Content Farm. Take your coffee game to the next level with some organic, fair trade, and locally roasted beans from DC-based Zeke’s Coffee. These vendors and many others await at Monroe Street Farmers Market.