Farmers Market


Phone Number: (239) 649-6707
E-Mail Address: tbanks@neapent.com
Location: 255 13th Ave S., Ste 202
Website: http://www.thirdstreetsouth.com

Our Vendors

Angela’s Gourmet Pasta: Fresh pasta, frozen raviolis, gluten-free pasta, sauces, bread dipping mix, and more.
Anita’s Guacamole: Fresh-made guacamole – a fan favorite! Worth the lines.
Anna’s Seafood: A focus on fresh-caught, local seafood.
Annabelle Johnson Pottery: Handmade pottery, primarily white or terracotta earthenware that reflect the artist’s Naples home.
Arrowhead Grass Fed Beef: Florida-grown, 100% grass-fed beef, sustainably raised.
Bam German Bakery: Selling an assortment of fresh-baked breads and pastries in the German tradition.
Bella Maria Café: Quiches, fruit tartlets & desserts.
Black Tulip Coffee: Freshly roasted coffee beans, hot and cold-brewed coffee from a local husband-wife duo.
Body & Soul Café: Vegan prepared foods.
Burton’s Maplewood Syrup: Florida distilled, aged maple syrup. Regular, bourbon and rum flavored.
Calamondin Café: Sweet and savory Calamondin products such as cakes and jam from locally grown fruit.
Captain & Krewe Seafood: Supports local fishermen; purveyor of fresh fish and stone crab (in season).
Cathy’s Herbs and Botanicals: Unique herbs, spices, herbal teas, and local gourmet specialties.
Chez Boët: French restaurant selling crepes, cornichons, liver pâté and quiche.
Collier County UF Extension: Certified Master Gardeners’ information booth.
Cordobesita Argentinian Catering: Authentic, handmade empanadas, sausage sandwiches, and a few sweets.
Eldridge’s Orchids: A wide variety of fresh orchids.
Eldridge Rolle Produce: Enthusiastic purveyor of local fruits and vegetables.

Epiphany Bakery: Delicious paleo and gluten-free pastries, breads & waffles.
Farmer Mike’s: Family-owned farm selling locally grown, seasonal vegetables and fruits.
Fire & Rice: Authentic, freshly made paella made using traditional pans.
Oakes Farm, Food & Thought: High-quality, organic, local produce fresh from their own farms.
Friendly Burds: Local growers of tropical fruit; among the original vendors of this market since its founding.
Gatorbait: Salsas, jellies, and sauces made from locally sourced ingredients.
Get Wild Seafood: Fish wild-sourced from a co-op from Alaska, where the proprietor spends the summers fishing.
G-Mama’s Florida Jelly: Great variety of homemade fruit jams & jellies featuring locally grown Florida fruits.
Goddess I Am Botanicals: Selling a selection of fair-trade African baskets and hand-made jewelry.
Gochos Gourmet: Venezualian empanadas and more.
Good Mood Cookies: Locally made “best” molasses cookies you’ll ever eat.
Harvest Gourmet Soups: A wide array of soups, broths and noodle bowls.
Hunter Todd Co: Artisan salad dressings.
Ideas in Bloom: Container plants appropriate for Florida cultivation as well as bouquets of cut flowers.
I’m Simply Nutty: Nut milks (almond & cashew), nut butters, nuts
Inyoni Farm: Local certified organic farm, growing vegetables, fruits, herbs, and flowers.
Jan’s Produce: Selling an assortment of fruits and vegetables.
Jimmy’s Java: Coffee Beans & Cold-brewed espresso brewed from 100% Arabica beans.
Juicelation: Organic, cold-pressed juice company, working with local organic farmers.
Kronutz: Fresh Kronutz of varying flavors and a few other sweet pastries.

Lisa’s Gluten Free Bakery: Gluten-free baked goods such as muffins, scones, breads, popovers and more.
Mr. Crab Cakes: Excellent Maryland crab cakes made using the proprietor’s grandmother’s recipe.
Mootz Fudge: homemade fudge of all flavors.
Naples Breads & Pastries: Local baker of, as the name suggests, breads and pastries with a commitment to the best ingredients.
Naples Butterfly: Unique and specialty plants, including container gardens, bromeliads, and orchids, attracting butterflies.
Naples Popcorn Company & Tropical Taffy: Fresh popped kettle corn and saltwater taffy in flavors such as key lime, banana, mango, tangerine, pina colada and mojito.
Naples Smoked BBQ: offering an assortment of smoked meats, beef, lamb, chicken, pork with potato salad and baked beans.
OPA Greek Restaurant: Fresh Greek food including gyros and other Mediterranean delights.
Nina’s Naturals: Handmade glycerin soaps made with essential oils and a variety of scents.
Old World Market: Large variety of olives sold from their quaint wooden cart. Olive spreads, olive oil and feta cheese are on the menu, too.
Pierre & Harry: Unique and stylish pearl and gemstone jewelry from a local mother-daughter duo.
Pinewood Morels & Seasonal Fruit: sundried morel mushrooms and blueberry preserves. Local blueberries when in season.
Radical Rations Catering: Variety of mac & cheese, smoked turkey, pulled pork – real Southern comfort food.
Savory Spoon: Sweet and savory waffles on a stick.
Seathingz: Coastal home décor including starfish and sea urchin lamps and lights.
South Naples Citrus Grove: Selling a variety of citrus products seasonally – a taste of Florida at its best!
Straight From NY Bagels: Traditional, fresh-baked, kettle-boiled bagels available in a variety of flavors.

The Bowl: Prepared-to-order Açai bowls, using organic, vegan ingredients.
The Sugar Emporium: Popular destination for cupcakes, key lime pies, and other sweets.
Tigertoes Teas: Local tropical plants, teas, mango jam.
Tokyo Sushi: Sushi and fresh vegetables from their restaurant and garden.
Tony’s Off Third: Naples and farmer’s market institution for fresh-baked pastries and your morning coffee.
Top Dog Kitchen: Single ingredient dog treats made with USDA meats, gluten-free and grain-free.
Watermelon Tea: Organic green tea with watermelon.
Waymore Farms: Pasture-raised chicken, eggs, turkey, pork and grass-fed beef with a focus on sustainable farming.
Woven Wonders: Original, hand-made baskets of varying size, design, and color.

About Us

The Third Street South Farmers Market is open year round, every Saturday from 7:30 am-11:30am. The market overflows with fresh produce, flowers, pastas, cheeses, seafood, grass-fed beef, pastries & baked goods, prepared foods, jams, relishes, fresh roasted coffee beans and much more. Music, coffee, dog treats, and many other delights make the Third Street Farmer’s Market perfect for grown-ups, children, dogs, and every other member of the family. From mid November to May the market is directly on 3rd Street South and from May to November, find the Market behind Tommy Bahama in the Neapolitan parking lot between Third Street South and Gordon Drive.