Mesa Market

Mesa Market 2017-01-16T14:04:32+00:00

Grand re-opening on January 18th. Market on the Mesa went on a little winter break, but it’s back even better than ever with a grand re-opening! There will be a drawing every half hour for goodie bags containing items from our market vendors and a GRAND PRIZE drawing at the end of the day. We hope you, your family, and your friends will come join us to greet the new year and enjoy the festivities we have planned. Also, take a look at our brand new website/blog:

Market on the Mesa is a weekly farmers market located at 3333 Sandrock Road in Serra Mesa. It is owned and operated by Brian’s Farmers Markets and supported by the Wholesome Neighborhood Project, a nonprofit organization founded to increase people’s access to fresh, healthy food and educate communities about healthy eating and living. The market is open every Wednesday from 3 to 7pm, rain or shine.

We are in the north lot of a former bank and parking is available in the south lot or on public streets. Please do not park in the adjacent strip mall as they will tow.

The market features about 20 to 25 vendors and products include locally-grown, organic and conventional fresh fruits and vegetables, ready-to-eat hot foods, hand-made body products, and other artisanal goods.

See list of vendors HERE.

Interested in being a vendor? Please visit HERE for instructions.

Please note that selecting vendors will be at the discretion of our market manager, Brian, and I will not have any role/influence in choosing. Thank you for understanding.

We welcome your feedback! Please send us your comments, concerns, or questions to:

Follow us on Facebook for announcements about new vendors, special products, events and activities.

Do you have questions about the market? Check our frequently asked questions to see if the answer is there. If not, feel free to email us at Thanks!


More info about the market:

  • Market on the Mesa Becoming a Wednesday Habit for Serra Mesa Residents – read about it HERE.
  • Read about how Serra Mesa raised more than $12,000 for the market’s startup fund HERE.