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Yellow Green Farmers Market is Broward’s down-to-earth foodie heaven

Yellow Green Farmers Market offers produce at its peak, fashion finds, delicious dishes, and more
Yellow Green Farmers Market offers produce at its peak, fashion finds, delicious dishes, and more.

Sure, South Florida is chock-full of multicultural experiences. But there is perhaps no better place to take in so much of the world under one roof—from pupusas handcrafted by an abuela to customized tropical juice blends mixed before your eyes—than at Yellow Green Farmers Market in Hollywood.

There is more to this regional hot spot (located just southwest of the Sheridan Street exit off I-95) than picking over fresh tomatoes, avocados, and mangoes. The outdoor shopping utopia spans approximately 190,000 square feet and includes more than 325 homegrown operations and small businesses appealing to foodies, wellness buffs, shoppers on the hunt for deals, and all the good vibe–loving folks in between.

Where other market experiences may be meticulously polished and borderline hoity-toity, Yellow Green Farmers Market is far from that scene (in the best way possible). Its grounds are anchored by a towering tin-roof structure—with large fans for air circulation —and rows of individually crafted booths to saunter past on a leisurely weekend jaunt.

Red Hot Vintage at Yellow Green Farmers Market
Red Hot Vintage at Yellow Green Farmers Market

Don’t miss clothing and jewelry outposts like Crystal Treasures (for all your metaphysical needs), Red Hot Vintage (a curated selection of throwback tees, sweatshirts, and other vintage wearables), and Blush and Wood (selling handmade perfumes, soaps, and body oils). In between, peruse produce stands piled high with exotic options, herbal remedy suppliers, and seemingly endless possibilities at food vendors offering delicacies from Ethiopia, Thailand, Germany, Indonesia, and everywhere in between.

When it’s time to give your feet a rest, head to the outdoor Happytizer Bar, which boasts a menu of ice-cold brews, a pool table, and live musicians churning out reggae beats to soothe your shopped-out soul.

Know Before You Go

The market is open on Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. 

Arrive early to snag the best selections and to beat the heat. 

Park in the North Lot for the best deal. A flat $10 fee grants you all-day Parking and access to a handy tram that will whisk you to the market’s entrance. 

Photo courtesy of Big’Umms
Photo courtesy of Big’Umms

Eats We Love


Don’t miss the muffuletta sandwiches, red beans with brown rice, or the chicken jambalaya at this New Orleans–style booth. Dessert? Just pick anything with the word “praline” in the description.

Photo courtesy of ChileLimon Tacos
Photo courtesy of ChileLimon Tacos

ChileLimon Fusion

Stop by this Peruvian-Mexican fusion spot serving up tacos, ceviche, and tortillas made on site. Feeling adventurous? Order up a plate of cricket tacos.

Puro Tinto

Visit this family-run Colombian coffee shop to score a cold brew, the perfect pick-me-up on a hot day at Yellow Green.

La Taula

This Spanish outfit offers sizzling paella and master-sliced jamón Ibérico that will melt in your mouth. 

J.O. Thai Street Food

Everything at this spot is prepared with fresh, authentic ingredients, but we’re partial to their made-to-order crab fried rice.

Locos x Grill

Bring your appetite to this Chinese-Venezuelan barbecue joint offering all the meats you can eat (including festive Sunday asados). The mashup is unique and delicious—Venezuelan parrilla paired with Chinese fried rice? We’re sold.

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