Farmers Market

The East Cut is hosting a farmers’ market at The Crossing at East Cut (200 Main St.) with the goal of establishing a permanent Sunday farmers’ market in the neighborhood. The market grows every week and has over a dozen vendors featuring certified produce, artisan foods, flowers, and local goods.

The Farmer’s Market is continuing through November! We hope to see you soon as we work with more vendors through permits and applications to join the market.

The Crossing hosts live performances, a kids’ bounce house, a pickleball games, and free soccer programs to make the East Cut the one place to be on Sunday! For this weekly event, the beer garden (with its full bar) and all the food kiosks are open, featuring special brunch-themed items!

We will post updates on dates, times, vendors, and other details here. If you have questions or suggestions, please email

Are you a farmer, artisan food purveyor, or local East Cut business interested in participating to this farmers’ market? Fill out the application below and send it to!

Download the application


As much as possible, we want to keep the market open. This helps visitors know they can depend on the market and helps our vendors sell products. However, safety is paramount. Given this, here are some forecasted weather conditions that might warrant a cancellation:

  • Sustained winds > 20mph or gusts > 30mph
  • A level 3 storm on the ABC7 Storm Scale 
  • .75 inches of rain during the market 

If any combination of the conditions above is forecast for Sunday morning, we may cancel the market. We will be in touch by Friday at noon with any updates. If you do not hear from us by Friday at noon, you can assume no changes are in effect, and the market is on as usual. 

Please have your tent secured at all times during inclement weather. This can be done via water weights, sandbags, or ties. All tents must be secured. 

Cancellation Policy
As a reminder, please let us know as soon as possible if you cannot make it to the market. We understand emergencies happen, but in most cases, we expect to hear from you by noon on Thursday if you cannot attend the market.  Please email me directly at with any cancellations.

Meet the Market Manager, David Jamrock!

David Jamrock is a highly experienced chef with over 30 years of experience in the culinary industry. He has worked all over the U.S. and has cooked for four presidents and numerous movie stars. After managing stands at the Ferry Plaza Market for 13 years, where he also sells the edible flowers he grows, David is now managing San Francisco’s newest farmers’ market in The East Cut! Contact David at