Cobblestone Farmers Markets

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Cobblestone Farmers Market Local produce kidsThe Cobblestone Farmer’s Market is open near Old Salem.

Once on the cobblestones at Third Street and Patterson (across the street from Krankies Coffee), but today the market sets up on Saturdays at 1007 S. Marshall Street (near Old Salem) from 8:30 am – noon. Many adore this local, producers-only market that features mostly organic farmers and all are screened for sustainable, healthy and humane practices.

Cobblestone Farmers Market At Old Salem!

You can enjoy fresh local produce, meats and eggs in beautiful historic Old Salem Saturdays from 8:30 am – noon.

Cobblestone Farmers Market was voted #11 best farmers market in America by U.S. News Travel. Find unexpected treats at this market, like fresh gelato and live music from musical guests such as the Twin City Buskers.

Cobblestone Farmers Market is located near Old Salem at 1007 S. Marshall Street just outside of downtown Winston-Salem.

In its first year, 2012, the opening day of the market had over 1,600 visitors! We are so excited about the restoration of the traditional food system in our community. Support local farmers! Get there early for fresh eggs and the best selection. Don’t forget to turn in your empty egg cartons to recycle them and help the farmers even more.

EBT Funds Accepted

Operated by Cultivate Piedmont, a program of the Carolina Farm Stewardship Association, Cobblestone Farmers Market is the only farmers market that accepts EBT and WIC Farmers Market Nutrition Program, and matching funds are available.

Read our full list of area farmers markets

Learn more about the history behind Cobblestone Market in this video:

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About The Author:

Born right here in Winston-Salem, NC, at Forsyth Memorial Hospital, Michelle is a native. At age one she moved to Virginia but after spending 30+ years moving around Virginia, Tennessee, Massachusetts, California and even Paris, France, Michelle returned home to Winston-Salem in 2004. A job at Hanes brought her here but the heart of the city has kept her here.

Her favorite things about Winston-Salem are its welcoming people who call it home, its art-centric culture, and its perfect location at the foot of the Blue Ridge mountains and a short drive to the beaches of the Atlantic. The lack of traffic is a pretty tremendous asset as well, especially since it gives her more free time to enjoy cooking and playing with her dogs, Lily and Barley. Michelle is one of the many residents of this great city who are thrilled to call this "My Winston-Salem"!

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Misty Gabriel
April 21, 2020 3:42 pm

Hello! I work for Beta Verde, the company that manages Cobblestone Farmers Market. There is a mix of outdated information and current COVID-19 information presented on this page and we’re wondering who we should connect with to update? We want to make sure customers/residents are able to find us and know what to expect. Thanks in advance for connecting with us to update this resource! It’s hitting when we Google so we assume others are reading it too.

Alex Schenker
April 22, 2020 7:10 am
Reply to  Misty Gabriel

Hi Misty! This information was updated based on guidance we received directly from Cobblestone Market. I just reached out to you via email. We’re happy to make any additional updates you provide!