What's Fresh

Market Location

Summer Market
Town Square at City Hall Park

April 10 to October 30
9 AM - 1 PM

Winter Market
Eagle Harbor Congregational Church
Corner of Winslow Way and Madison Avenue

November 20 and 27, December 4, 11, 18

10 AM - 3 PM

Do you want to be a vendor?
You can read the Rules of the Market and download an application by clicking on the Vendor link.  Applications for the Winter Market 2010 season are due now. 

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Local cooks, fresh fare, for here or to go
Hungry? You’ll find much to munch on at the Market, and scrumptious treats to take home. Grab your hot breakfast with an omelet cooked with fresh ingredients of your choice.  And there’s  home-made pastries, hot coffee and fresh-squeezed orange juice if you prefer a lighter fare.

The Market has a selection of prepared foods to take home: artisan breads baked fresh that morning; pastries and pies from local bakers; and jams, jellies, and vinegars made in Kitsap kitchens from Island berries.

You'll find fresh oysters and mussels from Thorndyke Bay and fantastic sashimi-grade albacore tuna caught on the fishing vessel Ocean.  Pick up local wine made from Island-grown grapes from our Bainbridge Island vintners.

Looking for lunch?  Try out Emmy's  Vietnamese vegetarian food or Clara's Wok for Malaysian salads and curries.

Get to the Market early to get this morning's eggs from happy chickens and superb yougurt and cheeses made from sweet island goat milk, including varieties you’ll find only at the Market, including havarti-like “spring cheese,” creamy “White Rose” and fresh goat mozzarella.

Bainbridge Island Barbeque (Omelet Bar)

Bainbridge Island Vineyards & Winery (Wine from locally grown grapes)

   Chateau Poulet (Eggs)

   Clara's Wok (Malaysian curries and salads)

Emmy’s Vege House (Vietnamese vegetarian food)

f/Stop Café (Artisan coffee: roasted beans)

 Fogwoman Coffee (Organic coffee, tea)

 Ocean (Canned, frozen and smoked tuna)

Holly Lane Gardens (Jams, jellies, baked goods)

La Belle Saison (Pies, cakes, cookies)

Paul Farley (Eggs)

   Perennial Vintners (Wine from locally grown grapes)

Port Madison Farm (Goat cheese and yogurt)

Rolling Bay Inspirations (Jams, baked goods, rubs, fresh orange juice)

Sundown Ridge Farm (Jams and jellies)

Sweetlife Farm (farm-grown fruit, berry preserves and vinegars, herb mixes, cocoa)





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