West Palm Beach Green Market

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Palm Beach, FL
West Palm Beach Green Market
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The West Palm Beach Green Market is held every Saturday morning at City Commons, a triangular park where bustling Clematis Street meets the water. Here tons of happy people gather on the Parisian-style plaza to enjoy live music and all manner of delicious freshly-prepared hot foods. The plaza is raised up above the water making for great views. You can buy fruits and veggies (some are organic), plants and orchids, grass-fed beef and chicken, fish, and best of all- hot foods of all varieties. Plenty of tables and chairs provide a place to eat your warm food. Try the apple cider doughnuts, which taste like Portuguese malasadas from Hawaii- yum! 
After filling up on abundance, take a peaceful stroll along the waterfront, stopping at the pier to enjoy the breezes off the water.

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Fresh bread.

Tables with cool umbrellas.

A potter busy at work.

Sunflowers and stall behind.

Orchids of pink, purple, and pale lime.

Plants for sale.


The Parisian-style plaza.

A nice spot for a chat.

Modern buildings and bench around a palm.

Colorful umbrellas.

The delicious cider doughnuts!


The West Palm Beach Green Market is held at City Commons, where Clematis Street meets Flagler Dr. The address is 101 South Flagler Dr, West Palm Beach FL 33401.Exit Highway 95 at Okeechobee Blvd and head toward the ocean. After 1.8 miles, turn left on Flagler Dr when you get to the water. Go half a mile and turn left on Banyan Blvd. Park in the public lot for free until 4pm. The market is held on Saturdays from 9-2. During summer (May-Sept) the hours are shortened to 9-12. Closed in 2013 on 3/23, 4/27, 5/4 and 6/1.


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