Olde Beaufort Farmer’s Market grows list of sponors with addition of 34° North Restaurant
The Olde Beaufort Farmers’ Market takes place under the live oak trees, on the grounds of the Carteret County Courthouse in Beaufort, North Carolina.
Entering its seventh year, the market provides high quality local food to Beaufort and the surrounding area. It provides support for small farmers, grows the local economy, and provides an enjoyable open space for the community to gather weekly.
34° North Restaurant has been added to the list of Platinum Sponsors for the 2019 season.
Visitors are welcome to come to the Olde Beaufort Farmers’ Market and enjoy the atmosphere and character of an open air North Carolina farmers’ market.
Locally grown produce is fresher. While produce that is purchased in the supermarket or a big-box store has been in transit or cold-stored for days or weeks, produce that you purchase at your local farmer’s market has often been picked within 24 hours of your purchase. This freshness not only affects the taste of your food, but the nutritional value, which declines with time.
“Beaufort also draws raves for local flavors: visitors can shop
for just-picked pears, farm-fresh cheeses, and handmade crafts
under majestic oak trees at highly rated farmers’ markets.”
– Travel + Leisure
Olde Beaufort Farmer’s Market
- Date & Day: Every Saturday from mid-April to mid-November
- Time: 8:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.
- Address: Carteret County Courthouse, 300 Court House Square, Beaufort, NC 28516
- Distance from Hotel: 2.3 mi., (6 min.)