Reasons to Visit Our Farmers' Market

  • Taste Real Flavors
  • Explore New Spices & Produce
  • Nourish Yourself
  • Know the Origin of Your Food
  • Support Local Farmers & Vendors
  • Promote Humane Treatment of Animals
  • Discover Artisans
  • Pet Friendly
  • Connect with Your Community
  • Enjoy the Season!

USDA Senior Farmers Market

Nutrition Program Participants

Jose Quiroz Farm & Oak Hill Farm



On-Site Market will Open July 12

and continue until October 25

Our Virtual Market is Open

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Thank you to all of our 2019

Farmers Market Vendors & Visitors

for making it a successful season!

2019 Image Gallery click here


in the East Main Parking Lot
at the corner of Mary & East Main Streets

July 12 - October 25  ~  Noon - 3:00pm


Primrose Farm, McDonald, PA


Join us in welcoming Primrose Farm from McDonald, PA, a local and sustainable farm offering a wide variety of produce, jams, jellies, pickles, honey, herbs, spices, eggs, and free-range pastured chicken, turkey and beef. In addition to farm fresh chicken and quail eggs, Primrose Farm offers rich, velvety duck eggs from Zuback Farm and fresh honey and salsa from Big Bob's Local Honey.

PRIMROSE FARMS raises chickens, turkeys, ducks, and beef cattle with humane treatment and a quality of life that are key factors in their operation PRIMROSE FARMS uses a natural GMO-free diet with NO hormones or antibiotics.


The Bluegrass Kitchen & Mobile Cafe, Sharon, PA


A 1994 graduate of the Pennsylvania Institute of Culinary Arts, Chef June honed her expertise and developed a passion for vegetarian and vegan cooking while working in restaurants and as a personal chef for 20 years. Now Chef June and her husband Chef Rick are the owners of The Bluegrass Kitchen vending at many festivals, concerts, weddings, and farmers markets featuring authentic style French crepes with eccentric fillings to please any palate. Crepes are made while you watch using Appalachian inspired ingredients such as beets, Swiss chard, sweet potatoes, as well as authentic French. Gluten free.

Chef June's website   


Country Hammer Moonshine, Clairton, PA


Tim Baureis a former chef with a passion for food branched into making moonshine while living in the Laurel Highlands of Pennsylvania. He has created 20 one of a kind rotating flavors.

These incredible and unique flavors are: apple pie, banana cream pie, banana split, birthday cake, blackberry pie, butterscotch, caramel pie, chocolate caramel, chocolate covered strawberries, chocolate peanutbutter cup, cinnamon candy, cinnamon toast, green apple, java bean, long island iced tea, orange dreamsickle, peaches and cream, rootbeer float, salted caramel, and strawberry cheesecake.

Must be 21 or older.

Country Hammer Moonshine website   


D & O Wine Cellars, Crafton, PA

EVERY WEEK excluding September 22

A small family-run winery that takes pride in producing a quality product that will surely be enjoyed by all.

D & O offers a reasonably priced, versatile wine list. The Carnegie Farmers' Market is pleased to welcome them back for another successful season.

D&O Wine Cellars website   


Dry Red

Cabernet Sauvignon 18

Stockpile Red 18

Syrah 18

Merlot 18

Semi-Sweet / Sweet Red

Concord 15

Fredonia 15

Sweet / Semi-Sweet Blush

Isabella 16

Sweet / Semi-Sweet Blush

A-DO 15

Andrea's Whine 15

Destiny 15

Emily's Blend 15

Bella's Ring 16

Dry  & Off Dry White

Chardonnay 16

Off Dry White

Riesling 16

Pinot Grigio 16

Semi-Sweet / Sweet White

Niagra 15

Catawba 15

Diamond 16

Steuben 16

Fruit - New for 2019

Blueberry 16

Tart Cherry 16


Hey Tabouli! Lebanese Catering, Beechview, PA


Delicious Lebanese food with a wide variety of offerings including:

Chicken gnocchi soup

Hummus and pita chips

Lamb meatballs

Lamb stuffed banana peppers

Lebanese rice


Lubia - green bean and tomato

Spicy chicken

Stuffed grape leaves

Stuffed mushrooms with vodka basil cream sauce

Swiss chard with black eyed peas and spinach

Tabouli salad

. . . AND MORE


Dolcezza Dagny, Carnegie, PA

EVERY WEEK excluding September 22

What does Dolcezza Dagny mean? Pronounced dol-chez-za, it can mean both something sweet and "sweetie" in Italian.

A small, independently owned dessert shop (with delivery service) based in Carnegie, PA. Cooking and baking are Dagny's passion. She makes all things sweet - basically anything you need, she can make it for you - made to order.Dagny always dreamed of starting her own business. It started a few years ago when she began baking pumpkin rolls for family and friends. Today, she bakes cakes for special occasions, cookie trays, nut rolls, cupcakes and more!




Mediterra Bakehouse, Pittsburgh, PA


Mediterra Bakehouse was founded on artisan baker principles with a passion to produce the finest bread from custom-built, stone-hearth, steam-injected ovens.

Why Buy Mediterra Breads?

  • Flavor - Mediterra bread is infused with flavor that lingers long after the loaf is gone.
  • Crust - There is no substitute for real crust.
  • Ingredients - Less is more. The finest breads require few ingredients. Mediterra uses the finest ingredients - unbleached and unbromated flours, filtered water, and sea salt.
  • Time - There are no shortcuts to greatness! Mediterra adheres to centuries-old baking techniques, allowing bread to slowly develop complex flavors. Unlike commercial bakeries who hurry things along with heaping amounts of yeast.
  • Mediterra Standards - If you don't enjoy your bread, Mediterra wants to replace it.


José Quiroz Farm, Salem, OH

Affordable, Sustainable Produce


USDA Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program Participant

Join us in welcoming Carlos to this year's farmers market with a variety of products including: brussells sprouts, asparagus, corn, cauliflower, broccoli, sweet potatoes, onions, radishes, cabbage, beets, zucchini, squash, peaches, nectarines, apples, pears, plums, berries, watermelon, canteloupe, tomatillos, green beans, pinto beans,assorted colorful bell and hot peppers, habanera peppers, banana peppers, and flowers.


Full Moon Candle Shop, Carnegie, PA

Soy Candles


Full Moon Candle Shop is a small home based candle shop. We supply all your soy candle needs!.


Studio Forget-Me-Not!, Carnegie, PA

JUNE 9, JULY 7 and AUGUST 11

As part of Not Forgotten Home & Community Services, Studio Forget-Me-Not! is dedicated to providing art services to individuals with special abilities. We focus on ABILITY and we assist in opportunities for individuals to sell and exhibit in a studio/gallery setting and in community events.

101 West Main Street, Carnegie, PA ~ 724-674-8856




Sandpiper Soap Company, Hermitage, PA

JUNE 9, JULY 7 and AUGUST 11

Owner Susan Crisan makes soaps completely handcrafted with the purest, finest oils ando ther natural ingredients for the ultimate luxury soap.


The Paddy Wagon Specialty Baked Goods, Dormont, PA


The Paddy Wagon-Specialty Baked Goods offers a variety of gluten free, vegan, and diabetic-friendly baked goods. CBD Baked Goods; 0% THC, are available upon request.

Breads  ~ Muffins

Biscotti  ~ Scones

Pies  ~ Baked Donuts  ~  Cookies

Gobs  ~ Cinamon Rolls



Divine Scentsations, Bellevue, PA

Debbie's Heavenly Scents and Moss Magick Botanicals

ending September 8

Debbie LOVES working in scent and finding wonderous ways to bring that scent into the world. She is sure you will find a scent you just can't live without.

Wendy's mission is to providing affordable, all natural, chemical and additive free skin care and beauty products made with flowers, herbs, and organic ingredients.



Handmade Products

Incense & Accessories

Essential Oils & Teas

Balms & Salves

Skin Care & Beauty Products

Candles & Accessories

Divine Scentsations website

Debbie's Heavenly Scents

Moss Magick Botanicals 




Classical Guitar by Will, Carnegie, PA

JUNE 9 (additional dates TBA)

Selections from classical composers and ambient improvisation.



The Guild of St. Fiacre Urban Farm, Carnegie, PA

Live with Purpose, Feed Pittsburgh - Become an Urban Farmer


The Guild of St. Fiacre aims to provide healthy and nutritious produce to the surrounding community through natural farming methods.


seedlings and plants

kale, spinach and salad mix

heirlooom tomatoes


herbs, etc.





We are very much in need of foster families for cats and kittens.

September 29

Merlin's provides all supplies and medical care. Foster homes provide love and care while assisting in the kitties' journeys to find furever homes - all the perks of having a kitty without the financial commitment.

Visit our booth at the Farmers' Market and find out how you can become a foster family.



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Fresh Veggie Kits from Oak Hill Farm

Salsa Romano, Garlic Confit, Bab Ghanoush, Potato Leek Soup, Summer Vegetable Tian, Mixed Vegetable Slaw - each comes with fresh vegetables and a recipe for a quick and delicious dish that tastes great with their Angus Beef!


Oak Hill Farm, Avella, PA

Fresh Veggies and Beef

EVERY WEEK beginning June 16

USDA Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program Participant

A family farm specializing in raising a variety of seasonal vegetables and vegetable transplants, hydroponic lettuces and pasture-raised Angus beef.

Oren and Beth Smith are PA natives who retired from the hectic city life and returned to their rural roots in 1984. They are committed to providing fresh, nutritious, and delicious vegetables and lean Angus beef and to preserving and protecting the land and natural resources that make these products possible.


Oak Hill Angus Beef & hydroponic lettuces

fresh produce including: cabbage, beets, lettuce and greens, onions, leeks, garlic, chard, potatoes, kale, beans, celery, cucumbers, eggplant, melons, peppers, summer squash, and tomatoes


Hello Fresh

Cooking as Easy as Eating

EVERY WEEK beginning June 23



Heritage Craft Butchers, Marianna, PA

Beef, Pork, Lamb, Duck, Charcuterie & Saucisson

Dates TBA

High quality, locally-raised, heritage breed meats with additional services including: Butchery Clinics, Butchery Bags and Dining experiences in their Marianna shop.



Wax Melt Sprinkle Bar       

Pink Zebra, Carnegie, PA

Soy Fragrance Sprinkles

EVERY WEEK beginning July 14









Olive & Marlowe

Pittsburgh's Premier Purveyor of

Olive Oils & Vinegars

Olive & Marlowe, Pittsburgh, PA

Olive Oil, Vinegar, Honey & Gifts

EVERY WEEK beginning July 14

Heather has attended courses at the University of California Davis' Olive Center, where she learned how to differentiate between olive varietals, detect defects and a wealth of information about chemistry makeup, nutrients and health benefits, effects of storage conditions, and how to best enjoy different oils with foods. Her goal is to provide the best olive oils from small, domestic-only producers but to also provide education on on the products she carries.



Biber Family Farm, South Fayette, PA

Locally grown, affordable produce

EVERY WEEK beginning June 30

Kevin's goal is to provide the highest quality locally grown produce. He does not use pesticides, herbicides, or non-organic chemicals in his crop production.


Breaking Eggs Bakery, Carnegie, PA

Authentic Homemade Baked Goods

EVERY WEEK beginning July 21

Sugar cookies, classic cookies, cupcakes, pies, mini pies, muffins, cakes and more. Currently located at the PA Market Courtyard in the Strip District, Breaking Eggs Bakery will soon be opening a brick and mortar location in Carnegie.



Origami PGH, Pittsburgh, PA

OrigamiPGH is a Pittsburgh based art brand that focuses on wearable art made from paper

ending September 8

What began as a hobby over 20 years ago has turned into a business. OrigamiPGH's earrings are hand folded using quality papers, assembled using sterling silver wire and french hooks, and finally sealed with resin. The process makes the earrings lightweight, durable, and water resistant! You will enjoy their work for many years to come!


Kilimanjaro Food Truck, Pittsburgh, PA

East African Soul Food

August 11

All the way from Kilimanjaro, Tanzania, and now available in the Pittsburgh area.



Totopo Food Truck, Mt Lebanon, PA

Mexican Food

September 8

Totopo is a vibrant celebration of the culture and cuisine of Mexico with a focus on the diverse foods served in the country. From Oaxacan tamales enveloped in banana leaves to the savory fish tacos of Baja California, you will experience the authentic flavor and freshness in every bite.

Why "Totopo"? It means tortilla chip in Nahuatl (the Aztecs' language) and that's how it is called everywhere in Mexico. We want to honor the legacy of the rich Nahuatl language that gave us the names for many of the foods that are part of the Mexican culinary palate: chocolate, tomato, and avocado just to name a few.

Totopo Restaurant is located at 600 Washington Road, Mt. Lebanon, PA



Kona Ice of Pittsburgh West

Shaved Ice

September 15 and 22

Fruit is the Number 1 ingredient - No sugar water.

Choose as many flavors as you like!

Kona Ice attended the Carnegie Farmers Market as a fundraiser for the Carlynton Golden Cougar Marching Band.

Call Heather at 412-680-4553



Carnegie Borough invites farmers, producers, crafters, artisans and shoppers to participate in its second annual summer Farmers' market.

Our primary goal is to improve the health of our residents while providing a venue where local vendors can offer a variety of fresh produce andrelated products to our community. We are working hard to enhance this initiative and hope you will join us in recognizing local farmers and businesses.

The Carnegie Farmers' Market will be held in the East Main Parking Lot every Sunday from 12pm-3pm beginning June 9 and ending September 29.

Vendors will be present at the Carnegie Fall Festival on Saturday, October 5.

Vendor Application click here

Applications and fees may be mailed or delivered in person to:

Carnegie Borough Farmers' Market

One Veterans Way

Carnegie, PA 15106

Space Fee $10 per week or $100 per season

Food Truck $30 per week

Make checks payable to Carnegie Borough.

There are only a few spots left.



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