B & C Farm (Seasonal):

Tomatoes, garlic, habaneros, etc.

Colin Brown – Gifted Grass in Medina County:

Pasture raised, antibiotic free, and non-GMO pork, chicken, beef, duck and Thanksgiving turkey.

Community Greenhouse Partners:

Lots of Cleveland-grown veggies, sprouts, eggs, and, flavored vinegars.

Fun E Farm (Seasonal):

Vegetable grower at Kinsman Farm.

Gloria’s Garden:

Urban farmer for berries and vegetables on the Coit Market site.

Inner City Bakery:

Cupcakes, cookies, brownies, and Delicious Crooked River Coffee by the cup or pound.

Lamar’s Pies:

Sweet potato and bean pies.

Miriam’s Pierogies:

Assorted pierogi, cornish pastries, prok pies, sausage rounds, soups, potato pancakes, stuffed cabbage, eggplant parmesan and. pork schnitzel…everything freshly homemade.
You can custom order at:

Needham Gardens:

Urban farm and food forest on the west side of Cleveland. Grows chemical-free fruits, vegetables, flowers and plants, raises egg laying hens and meat rabbits, and have an apiary with several bee hives. Preserves an ever-changing inventory of local awesome food like applesauce and pickled asparagus. Also sells Ohio-grown organic staple crops like cornmeal and wheat flour from Shagbark Seed and Mill. Like on Facebook:

No Wheat, No Worries:

Gluten free baked goods. Best in show at Cuyahoga County Fair.


Herbs, spices, and such focusing on health.

Secor’s Farm and Nursery (Seasonal):

A market staple for over 70 years selling a wide variety of fruits and vegetables from their farm in Perry.


Lots of Spices, herbs, and other stuff to make all of nature’s bounty even more tasty.

The Farm at Chatham Lea (Winter):

Fresh baked goods including breads, pastries and cookies. Eric uses only high-quality ingredients including Italian bread flour, organic cane sugar, organic all-purpose flour and local milk, butter and eggs.
Text Eric at 440-429-9385.

Will Norris – Tomato Guys in Old Brooklyn:

Naturally grown heirloom tomatoes and artisanal products.

EC Grows Community Garden has been part of the Market for over 10 years. Last Saturday their tool sheds were broken into and emptied of their contents of hand and power tools. We are reaching out to our community on their behalf for donations of garden tools and money to replace the tools. Any donations can be brought to the Customer Service counter at the Market or given to Gladys Walcott at the garden. Her email is:

Become a Vendor!

Farmers markets, like the Coit Road Farmers Market, were once the typical way of selling produce for centuries. Today we are enjoying a renewed interest in of this type of market and have become an important part of the local community’s food shopping. If you’d like to become a part of our family, please contact us!