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The Rillito Farmers' Market is Tucson's biggest and best place to find delicious local food year-round. Tucson's unique flavors and ingredients are what led to the designation as a UNESCO City of Gastronomy in 2015, and coming to this lively farmers' market will give you a great intro to what that designation is all about. OPEN EVERY SUNDAY - Hours are Seasonal 8:30AM – 12:30PM (FEB. 10 – MAR. 17.) 9AM – 1PM (OCT. – MAR.) 8AM – 12PM (APR. – SEP.)
The Rillito Farmers' Market is the largest market of its kind in the Tucson area and is put on by the non-profit group, Heirloom Farmers Markets. they also run markets in other areas, including in the nearby towns of Oro Valley, Green Valley, and Vail. All of their markets provide opportunities to try local produce, like Southern Arizona's famous citrus, as well as farm-fresh meat poultry, eggs, cheese, and more. The Rillito market frequently hosts food trucks, coffee and pastry vendors, and live music, making it a perfect way to start your Sunday. And since it is conveniently located along Tucson's Chuck Huckelberry Loop path, it's easy to access by car, on foot, or by bike.