Outdoor market with vendors selling organic produce, fresh and processed foods, local art, breakfast and lunch, and more. more-less
300m North, 300m West of Santa Teresita Church (inside Polideportivo of Barrio Aranjuez)
San Jose, Costa Rica 506
22805749

Sat 7:00am-1:00pm

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First Review by tortillasandtea
Tao Watts
Tao Watts
  • vegetarian
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+38

Best Thing to Do on a Saturday Morning

5
Posted on 05 / 18 / 2015

Though I don't live in the San Jose area, whenever I find myself there, I try to time it to visit Feria Verde. It is a lovely collection of characters and wonderful products, most of them made by the sellers themselves. It is a great source for seasonal organic fruits and veggies, and sometimes you find things there that you have never tried before. The cheeses are great! There are food vendors making breakfast, coffees, smoothies, and raw foods, plus the typical Costa Rican breakfast foods in the pavilion. Artisans and musicians are there as well. It's a great place to arrange to meet someone, and a great place to network in the conscious community of Costa Rica. Tao www.samaritanxocolata.com

Pros: great products, lovely people to network with, conscious on all levels
Cons: sometimes it rains, some things are quite expensive, parking is sometimes an issue
pablocollier
pablocollier
  • vegan
Contributions
+43

Gold mine!

5
Posted on 09 / 22 / 2012

WE went for the first time to this market today! It is a must for any healthy-minded person and for anyone wanting to eat better! It has everything organic. There are many unusual fruits and vegetables. WE FOUND LOTS OF KALE!! You have to make this a regular Saturday visit!!!

Pros: organic, lots of prepared foods, very friendly
tortillasandtea
tortillasandtea
  • mostly-vegetarian
Contributions
+9

Great Organic market!

5
Posted on 09 / 08 / 2012

Spent the morning at this market with my daughter. There is a large selection of divine produce and found some items I had been looking for and couldn't find in other places (tomate de arbol, edible flowers). The vendors were all very friendly and in general the atmosphere was a happy one. A good place to plan on having a bite to eat as well...many yummy stalls from Bolivian peanut soup and falafel sandwiches to fresh coconuts and excellent coffee and all sorts of artesan breads, pastries, etc. I am so thrilled to know about this place and will be back!

My only tip is that the map shown on Happy Cow does not indicate the correct location of this market. The actual address is spot on but if you are a foreigner and need to look at a map to figure out where you are going the Polideportivo Aranjuez is on googlemaps and the market is right there. Also there is parking available.



 

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Last updated: 2012/04/09

 

Added: 2012/04/09

 

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