What makes our market different:
Tiny Diner is known for our commitment to locally-produced food and being a gathering place for people to learn about sustainable living so a farmers' market on site sprouts naturally from our mission. Vendors at our market have the opportunity to connect with neighborhood shoppers, hundreds of customers who eat at Tiny Diner, and our chefs. The market's shortened season makes it easy for vendors to sign up and have a place to sell when their farms are overflowing with produce.
At the Tiny Diner Farmers' Market, we put an emphasis on creating great market events to draw even more community members to each market. These big events and collaborations help us expand our marketing reach and encourage people to hang out at the market longer which results in more sales for you! Market events include: Kid's Open Mic Night, Dog Costume Parade, Baby Goat Day, and much more!
Need more reasons to join our market? We are the only market in Powderhorn neighborhood and we offer one of the lowest stall fees and no application fee. We encourage new, small-scale and urban growers/makers to apply. Apply to sell with us today!
Logistics• Market starts July 11th and runs every Thursday (rain or shine) until August 29th from 5-8pm• Vendors must be set up in the Tiny Diner parking lot no later than 4:30pm• Street parking is available for everyone• Vendors are required to provide their own tent, tent weights and tables
Fees (due upon application approval) • Full Season: $115 • Half Season: $75 • Single Day Drop-In: $20
Tiny Diner is a producer-only farmers market, and as such we are only accepting applications for local growers, producers, and makers. Resale of wholesale items is not permitted nor do we permit vendors to sell ready-to-eat prepared foods unless they are primarily made with local ingredients. As part of the application process, vendors are required to submit a description of their production, mission, and practices. Preference is given to growers and vendors who use sustainable practices in producing and making their goods. Organic certification is not required, though respected and encouraged.
Vendors will be informed if they were accepted in the market before April 1st. Please email any questions to the Market Manager, Andrea Eger at firstname.lastname@example.org.