Out of all the year-round markets, Fremont Sunday Market’s European style is what makes it stand out. This street market is perfect for brunching and browsing, hand crafts, treasure hunting, vintage and one-of-a-kind, amazingly cool stuff. Around 200 vendors every Sunday bringing antiques, collectibles, bygones, retro, vintage, and estate sale treasures.
Established in 1990, this thriving market has both indoor and outdoor spaces year-round. This Seattle favorite is free to all family members, including the furry ones, so it makes for the perfect day out.
But don’t let the fun stop at the bargain hunting. More popular than ever is their eclectic menu offered by their street food vendors and gourmet food trucks. They also offer plenty of specialty food from local vendors with unique picks such as shortbread in a mason jar, raw honey in a plethora of flavors, homemade jams and jellies, and even specialty dog treats.
The Fremont Sunday Market welcomes imports from around the globe, as well as encouraging new and original local designers and artists. Singing up to sell is as simple as showing up at 7am and signing in with the front desk. They offer spaces for both merchandise and farm and food vendors, not including tables and chairs. Both of the applications can be found on their website at www.fremontmarket.com.