Mondays in June, July & August

Farmer’s Market

Join us for our weekly Farmer’s Market on Mondays in June, July & August from 4:00 to 8:00 pm. Pick from the freshest organic produce, local food products, and Lowcountry crafts all summer long.

Here is a full list of vendors for the 2021 season.

Joseph Field Farms: The local  fruit & vegetable market features organic grown vegetables right from their farm here on Johns Island. Click here for additional information.

T&T Original Kettle Korn: A locally, homemade sweet and salty treat that offers Kettle Korn popcorn, regular buttered popcorn, cotton candy, and barbarian nuts: cashews, almonds, pecans, and walnuts.

Mary Ann’s Sweet Grass Baskets: Homemade sweetgrass baskets weaved by Mary Ann herself, where each piece is unique and very durable. This art is a proud tradition that has been passed on from generation to generation.

Charleston Spice Company: Enjoy the flavors of the world in the comfort of your own kitchen with their organic small-batch, hand-blended herbs and spices. Click here for additional information.

Lowcountry Olive Oil: Established in 2011, Lowcountry Olive Oil now carries over 60 olive oils and vinegars; the largest selection of on tap oils and vinegars in the Charleston Lowcountry. Over 50% of the company’s olive oils and balsamic vinegars are blended or infused in Charleston and are exclusive to Lowcountry Olive Oil. Click here for additional information.

Rio Bertolini’s Fresh Pasta: Offers a variety of fresh Italian specialty pasta, ravioli, sauces, butters and accompaniments for your family dinner table. Click here for additional information.

The Cookie Chick:  Whether you like an old-fashioned oatmeal cookie or your taste runs more toward salted caramel and dark chocolate, the Cookie Chick has a growing list of big, chewy, gourmet cookies for you. Click here for additional information.

Big Daddy’s Pork Skins: Big Daddy has been making the freshest handmade pork skins since 2012.  Every order is made fresh daily, popped to perfection. He adds just the right amount of seasoning and a sprinkle of southern love to each bag. Click here for additional information.

Fruit Creations and Catering: Fruit Creations and Catering by Jestine provides delicious food specializing in fruit creations, canning and Gullah-inspired delicacies. You’ll enjoy these jams, jellies, relishes, and more, made just like Grandma used to make them. Click here for additional information.

Lowcountry Lemonade: Lowcountry Lemonade opened in August 2010 and has been providing refreshments to thirsty market patrons ever since. Each ingredient is carefully measured and shaken in a tumbler with ice cubes so that every cup served is well chilled and contains a balanced mixture of flavors. Hunter felt that offering someone a cool drink on a sweltering summer day was a true expression of Southern hospitality. Click here for additional information.

Southern Naturals: Southern Naturals offers handmade, all-natural skin and body creations with pure and wholesome ingredients, many of which Samm personally grows, purchases locally or are wild harvested.  Each and every product is made with tender loving care. Click here for additional information.

Botany Bay Sea Salt: From the sea and sun of the South Carolina Lowcountry comes Botany Bay Sea Salt. The salt is harvest seawater from Outstanding Resource Waters and transport it to the salt farm on a sea island plantation. The water is settled and filtered, then fed into food grade solar salt ponds where it evaporates naturally in the Carolina sun. The result is a unique assortment of finishing salts which add a distinctive Lowcountry flavor to dishes at every meal. Click here for additional information.

Rainbow Row Fun! Designs: Locally made, hand-painted pottery that is food safe, dishwasher and microwave safe. Click here for additional information.

Nanna’s Nuts: Nanna always made Spiced Pecans for family gatherings or cards with her girlfriends. Their goal is to share with you flavored nuts and brittle treats that is backed by her style. Click here for additional information.

James Brown’s Famous Boiled Peanuts: They serve fresh Cajun, Garlic and Plain traditional southern shell-shucking-worthy snack, boiled peanuts. Click here for additional information.

Half Crown Bakehouse: 18th century traditional baked goods in a wood fired oven using authentic, organic and local ingredients. Click here for additional information.

Charleston Crepe Company: Bringing the age-old European tradition of neighborhood crêperies from the City of Light to the Holy City, the Charleston Crêpe Company has introduced a welcome touch of global culture into the land of shrimp and grits. Click here for additional information.

Nothing Bundt Cakes: Let them sweeten your day by choosing from up to ten delicious Bundt cake flavors made from the finest ingredients and crowned with our signature cream cheese frosting. Click here for additional information.

Bohicket Blooms: Offering bespoke and ready-to-go arrangements using organic flowers grown sustainably on the Bohicket Blooms cut flower farm at Kiawah River. Click here For additional information.

Fresh Pickles: Raychelle, “The Pickle Lady”, serves her popular kosher and spicy pickles along with a variety of tasty, pickled vegetables such as green beans, carrots, and okra.

Sea Island Organics Elderberry: Charleston area’s only freshly and locally crafted organic elderberry products and the only such products in the state that are designated official “Certified SC Product” by the Dept. of Agriculture. The organic syrups, teas, and craft-it-yourself kits are handcrafted weekly on Johns Island in small batches with premium organic and/or local ingredients. Click here for additional information.