Visitor FAQ

If your question isn’t answered on this page, please email market@bloomfieldpgh.org.


Do you accept tokens?

Yes! Visit the Information tent for more details.

We ask for a $1 donation with every credit/debit transaction to help us cover processing fees.

Do you accept EBT/Snap cards?

Yes! You can use your card to buy tokens and then use those tokens to shop with vendors.

Every $5 spent in EBT you will receive a bonus $2 in Food Bucks. Food Bucks are $2 coupons that can be spent directly on fresh fruits and vegetables or on any plant that produces a fruit and/or vegetable.

What can EBT/Snap buy?

Bread, Dairy, Fish, Fruits, Honey, Jams & Jellies, Meat, Poultry, Seeds, Syrup, Vegetables.

Just like the grocery store.

Are dogs allowed?

Pets are allowed. Please be mindful of where your dog is. Don’t let them go to the bathroom near vendor spaces or in the market.

Will _____ be at the market?

You can find our complete list of vendors here, or stop by the Market Information tent and just ask!

How do I get there?

The Bloomfield Saturday Market is located at 5050 Liberty Avenue, 15224, between Gross and S. Winebiddle Streets, in a large parking lot.

While there is street parking in the area, we encourage you to improve your health as well as the environment’s by walking, biking, or riding the bus to the Market. There is no parking in the lot where the market is held.

By bus: The bus stop directly in front of the market at the corner of Gross Street and Liberty Avenue is served by the 86 buses. The Port Authority of Allegheny County has the following routes that touch Bloomfield:

  • 54 North Side-Oakland-South Side: closest stop is one block away at Millvale Street
  • 64 Lawrenceville-Waterfront
  • 86 Liberty: stop is in front of Market
  • 87 Friendship
  • 88 Penn
  • 93 Lawrenceville-Oakland

By car: Street parking on Liberty Avenue is available in both directions; Additional parking is located at the West Penn Hospital Parking garage at the corner of Gross and Liberty and Millvale and Liberty (entrances on Gross AND Millvale Streets).