Inside the Calgary Farmers’ Market’s New West Location

Spanning 55,000 square feet, Calgary Farmers’ Market West is home to more than 65 vendors selling everything from fresh produce to locally made spirits.

Photograph by Chris Landry.

The Calgary Farmers’ Market (CFM) has officially opened its second location in the Greenwood/Greenbriar neighbourhood. The new 55,000-square-foot centre has been in the works for nearly five years, originally slated to open in 2020 before being delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Calgary Farmers’ Market West brings together more than 65 local vendors, restaurants and growers. Along the north side of the building, there are 12 full kitchens with restaurants like Deepak’s Dhaba, Anatolia Turkish Food and V Burger serving hot dishes. In the central area, more food vendors like Wayne’s BagelsPhil & Sebastian Coffee Roasters and Hearts Choices Café offer lighter fare like sandwiches, salads and soups as well. There’s plenty of seating down the centre of the building where patrons can sit down, relax and eat. There’s even a licensed liquor vendor here, called Sips at the Market, serving beer and wine that shoppers can enjoy with their meal.

Along the south side of the market are several produce and meat vendors, local businesses and more, including Yum Bakery, Cherry Pit and Spragg’s Meat Shop. While some of the CFM West vendors also have stores at the market’s south location, others are new vendors. You can see the full list of CFM West vendors here.

The new west location also features a children’s play zone, and there are plans for more amenities like an event centre and a basketball court/ice rink.

The CFM West location has expanded hours, and is open from Wednesday to Saturday from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sundays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

25 Greenbriar Dr. N.W., 403-240-9113,

Phil & Sebastian Coffee Roasters and Wayne’s Bagels are two of the many food vendors at Calgary Farmers’ Market West. Photograph by Chris Landry.


Seating extends down the length of the new hall, with plenty of room for shoppers to relax and enjoy a bite. The ceiling windows allow plenty of light into the new space. Photograph by Chris Landry.


Sips at the Market offers a selection of alcoholic beverages that patrons can enjoy in the seating area. Photograph by Chris Landry.


The Kids’ Zone offers children a spot to play while parents shop. Photograph by Chris Landry.


Gull Valley Growers is one of the produce vendors in the market. Photograph by Chris Landry.


The farm-fresh fruits and vegetables are a big reason to stop by the Calgary Farmers’ Market. Photograph by Chris Landry.


Yum Bakery is one of the many vendors along the south side of the building. Photograph by Chris Landry.


Master Chocolat is one of the vendors that shoppers will recognize from Calgary Farmers’ Market South. Photograph by Chris Landry.


The south side of the building offers fresh fruits and veggies. Photograph by Chris Landry.

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