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MARKET HOURS: Big Market Days * Recommended days to visit. Wednesday and Saturday 6:00 am - 4:00 pm. Over 200 local farmers and crafters Small Market Days Monday, Tuesday, Thursday Friday and Sunday 7:00 am - 4:00 pm. Over 30 farmers and crafters...more
All reviews fresh produce fruits and veggies vendors selling baked goods on wednesdays t shirts local crafts great market green papaya salad food vendors coconut milk for sale beautiful flowers local fruit the big island cruise ship jewelry
Very good fresh produce. Most of the produce vendors had the same foods. Met a terrific local honey vendor. He gave us samples of all kinds and ended up having some sent home by mail . People were friendly and prices were OK
No, it’s not just food, as there Is great art, crafts, jewelry, quilts, photography, clothing, soaps and oils........endless stalls with surprises. Great place to buy unique gifts for others without going broke.
It spans a big area, so plan to arrive early and crawl around...More
If in Hilo, HI , I highly recommend the Farmers Market , if you are in a rental house this is the place to pick up great fresh food. Also the food stalls there serve excellent food, we had the Poke at the shop right...More
Having experienced the farmers market of Hanapepe in Kauai which was amazing, I wasn't expecting much from the farmer's market on Big Island, and we decided to stop by the Hilo Farmers market upon recommondation from locals, and because it was on our way to...More
Fresh fruits and other food stuff at decent prices. Fresher and cheaper than at supermarkets..we hit this market every time we are in Hilo. Fresh flowers as well..many local suppliers. Saturday market triples the number of vendors..including.lots of tourist stuff..clothing, art, magical rocks, etc. Good...More
We did buy some veggies and fruit, but nothing we couldn’t have bought at the local grocery. For the most part, the souvenirs were the exact same ones found at the Walmart, but got twice the price. Rather underwhelming and not worth the drive from...More
We made sure to visit on a 'big market' day and we able to find street parking about one block away. Lots of locals there buying produce and flowers. We were more interested in 'handicrafts' or art and were a little disappointed with the assortment,...More
The staff at the hotel strongly suggested we go to this on Weds. so we did, and boy, were we impressed! The variety and quantity of local produce was stunning. We stocked up on papayas, butter avocados, goat cheese, granola, lemons and limes for our...More