Operating since 1994, the Capital City Public Market is one of the Treasure Valley's largest Saturday markets. In years past, the market has been known to take over the streets of downtown Boise and 34th street in Garden City. The open-air market and its 150+ local vendors will take the Grove Plaza.
Here, you can browse stall after stall of local produce, art, and other specialty crafts and foods. Creating a model of sustainable e-commerce is the driving mission behind Capital City Public Market.
Vendors Selling at the Capital City Public Market
This market is a farmer's market and so much more. Many of their vendors sell locally grown food, but there are also various artists, growers, and jewelry to be shopped here.
- Evans Farms Artisanal Cheese
- Dry Creek Ranch Vegetables
- Crystal Gardens Flowers
- Browns Buffalo Ranch
- Iris Island Ranch
- Umoja na Uhuru World Farm Vegetables
- Groves County Fresh and Dried Mushrooms and Kits
- Fairweather Fish Co. Wild-Caught Alaskan Salmon
- Steele Legacy Honey and Beeswax Products
- Safari Farms Vegetables
- Compton Woodcraft Wooden Serving Trays and Lazy Susans
- Classic Lines Pottery
- Fluff Hardware Vintage-Inspired Jewelry
- The Grey Fox Studio Printmaking
- Idahound Hand-Crafted Dog Food and Treats
- Happy Valley Goodness CBD Products for People and Pets
- Treeworks Wooden Utensils
- Tracie McBride Arts Mosaic Jewelry and Home Decor
- Flynn Day Pottery
- Lapinel Arts Leatherwork Purses, Wallets, and Bike Packs
- Meme Loves Idaho Organic Deodorant, Skin Care, and Bath Bombs
- Lost Sage Goods Soy Candles
- Molly Mills Spice Blends
- Long Valley Coffee
- Meriwether Cider
- Zeppole Bakery
- The Kula Connection Plant-Based Foods
- Wepa! Puerto Rican Cuisine
- Little Kitchen Pastries
- MFT Catering Sauces and Rubs
- ERTH Beverage Company Naturally-Sweetened Canned Drinks
- Potter Wines Jalapeno Wines
- Flourish Macarons and Cake-in-a-jar
- Karuna Kava Fire Cider
Check out the Capital City Public Market for more information.
Things to Know About the Capital City Public Market
Opening at 9:30 am and operating until 1:30pm every Saturday, the market is a great way to taste, see, and experience Boise. If it's your first time ever, or you're curious about the market rules, here's what we found.
- Dogs are allowed, but some vendors might not allow them near their stalls. The ground can also be quite hot in the summer months, so be prepared to come early if your furry companion is tagging along. You are responsible for cleaning up after your pet and ensuring they behave and are not antagonizing other market-goers, dogs, or vendors.
- Parking is available at nearby parking garages, lots, and street meters.
- Credit cards are accepted at most vendors, but preparing to pay in cash is wise. If needed, there are ATMs for several different banks in the area.
- Purchases can also be made for those using the SNAP/EBT program.
- Bring your reusable grocery bags to pack home your goods.
It's Totally Boise to Shop at Farmers Markets
Capital City Public Market is one of many farmers and Saturday markets in the Treasure Valley. You can find more nearby markets on our Saturday Farmers Market page below,
Saturday Farmers Market
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