Tysons Farmers Market Relocates to the Tysons Corner Center Plaza
Tysons Farmers Market on the Plaza at Tysons Corner Center
Community Foodworks, a nonprofit that connects food from farmers to underserved populations, has moved its Tysons Farmers Market (formerly located at 8400 Westpark Drive) to The Plaza at Tysons Corner Center, near Earl’s, Bushel & Barrel, the Metro bridge, and Lord & Taylor. The Plaza is easily accessible by metro – the Plaza is a short walk from the Tysons Corner Metro stop.
The Tysons Farmers Market offers local food, local produce, baked goods, hot food, and free children’s programming.
Tysons Farmers Market Farmers and Vendors:
Mexican Traditional Food cooked from the scratch – chilaquiles, huaraches, quesadillas, and more
The freshest pickles made with local ingredients and customized spice blends
Serving and roasting coffee since 1990, District Coffee uses the best beans from around the world. They roast in small batches daily in-house, making for a uniquely local cup
Fresh produce, canned jams, jellies, and pickles, and fresh and dried herbs from Mt. Jackson, VA in the Shenandoah Valley
Ignacio and family have been farming for 20 years in the Northern Neck, growing high-quality vegetables in Colonial Beach, VA
Mediterranean food from the Middle East, like fresh za’atar pies and pita bread
Healthy homemade treats that your dog or cat will love
Gourmet Chinese dumplings in a variety of flavors
Taste of Istanbul
Authentic Turkish dishes made at market. From dolma to gyro and much more
Tyson Farm and Orchard
Fruits and vegetables grown in Hedgesville, WV
A vegan/plant-based company from Washington DC focused on delicious desserts. Not only pleasing to the eye but tasty too!