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Everything from the produce on the plate to the hops in the glass are grown nearby. In a region surrounded by farmland, chefs, winemakers, brewers and distillers have the luxury of sourcing from local farms and ranches. This abundance of fresh and in-season ingredients at any time of year makes for some of the most exciting dining and drinking options you’ll find anywhere. From small cafés to fine dining to year-round farmers markets, there is always something new on the menu. Farm to table doesn’t stop at your plate! Placer County is home to more than 20 wineries, more than a dozen breweries and a few distilleries thrown in for good measure. Whatever you’re craving, Placer County will satisfy!
Everything from the produce on the plate to the hops in the glass are grown nearby.
Farmers Markets & Farm Stands
There’s a Farmers Market pretty much every day somewhere in the county.
Locally grown goodness!
Farmers Market in Lincoln, CA
There’s a Farmers’ Market pretty much every day somewhere in the county.
Open Thursday from May to October
There’s a Farmers’ Market pretty much every day somewhere in the county. Look for the Placer Grown signs that identify products grown in our county.
Gold Country Farmer’s Market is a year round market located in Roseville and Lincoln. Roseville and Lincoln markets are located at the Kaiser hospital.
They invite you to visit them year round at the Saturday Old Town Auburn farmers market located across from the Placer County Courthouse, and at their seasonal farm stand that starts in June. At Hillview Farms they are proud to be YOUR local neighborhood farm!
Whether you are looking for fine wines, craft microbrews, top quality meats, ripe fruit from the farm, specialty snacks, or fresh baked pies, Ikeda’s guarantees you’ll discover a world of food you never knew existed!
Go for the fruit but definitely take home a pie!
The owner’s own Twin Brooks Farm, as well as other local farms, supplies the market with fresh, local produce year round, including the famous Placer County Mountain Mandarins which are available November though January.
A family-owned and operated orchard selling peaches, plums, persimmons, other tree fruit, vegetables, jam and eggs.Otow Orchard is renowned for preserving the Japanese art of hoshigaki — hoshi means dried and gaki is from kaki, the Japanese word for persimmon.
There’s a PlacerGROWN Farmers’ Market pretty much every day somewhere in the county.