Farmers' Markets

The Markets Behind the Ingredients

San Luis Obispo County boasts approximately 17 farmers’ markets, every week. From Paso Robles to Arroyo Grande (and all the towns in-between), our chefs have an abundance of local produce to choose from.

On Thursday evenings, right outside Novo’s door, one of the nation’s largest and oldest farmers’ markets takes place. The Thursday market is a San Luis tradition, and Novo’s downtown location makes the restaurant a popular stop for market-goers who are in search of a great meal.

Since 1983, the downtown portion of Higuera has been closed off to make room for the market. Hundreds of farmers, vendors, musicians, and entertainment acts take over the space. Thousands of residents and visitors come out, celebrating the town’s weekly gathering and celebration of all things local.


Farmer's Markets We Support

Avila and Sons  (Hanford)

Bautista Farms  (AG)

Bear Creek Ranch  (LO) 

Big John's Produce  (SM) 

Bloom Microgreens  (LO)

Cal Poly Organics  (SLO)

Chavez Farms  (AG) 

L&C Smith Farms  (Exeter)

Cortez Farms  (AG) 

Gary Billington  (Palm Springs)

Domingo Farms  (AG)

Esther's Garden  (AG) 

Fay and Michael Bear  (SLO)

Finely Farms  (Lompoc)

Green Family Farms  (Lompoc, LO) 

Jim Park  (AG)

Stoltey Farms  (Atascadero)

Jack McCall  (Cambria) 

Mike Cirone  (Avila, MB) 

Jessica Newell  (AG, Pepper Creek Farms)

Clark Valley Farms  (LO) 

Jorge Gomez  (Templeton) 

Drew Herzoff  (AG) 

Mamas Preserves  (AG) 

Peacock Farms 

Middle Camp Ranch

Oz and Maria Galve

Paso Almonds

Rick Cody Farms

Rocio Agraz

R. Schletewitz 

SLO Grown Produce

Starr Ranch

Big Tony's Organics

7th Heaven Berries

Suave Jave

Rocking Chair Ranch