Our 2021 vendors are listed below. If you would like to see how to become a full-time vendor, please see this year’s application: MSFM 2021 Full-Time Vendor Application It will explain most of what you need to know.
If you would like to sell at our market once or occasionally during the 2021 season, we will be accepting a few “Visiting Vendors” each week. If you are interested, please see our Visiting-Vendor Application.
An important note for all vendors. Please read the application completely as it contains some important information, such as no generators allowed at the market.
Full Time Vendors
We are a small, family owned fried pie company that makes every hand pie from scratch.
Check out our board for the flavors of the week- they change depending on which fruits are in peak.
Bro Chachos Salsa
We make 7 different types of salsa and we have two seasonal. Strawberry and Peach. Others are all year round. We make salsa every day.
We make salsa and have fun.
Started when the pandemic started.
On website there is a map. There is always something going on. Pop ups.
We give our leftover salsa to the police, fire, teachers.
Most popular product: guack
Heritage Craft Butchers
Located right on Main Street, the Heritage Craft Butchers has all the craft meats and charcuterie you can dream of. The best meats and charcuterie, right here in southwestern Pennsylvania. Three locations with one being right on Main Street in Washington.
J&D Cellars Winery and Vineyard
J&D Cellars Winery and Vineyard is a small local winery that specializes in high quality small batch wines. The winery is open to the public Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. They offer an outdoor seating area and host private events at the winery.
Winery and Vineyard
290 Roupe Road
Eighty Four, PA 15330
Jodikinos Farms offers a huge range of plants and produce: annual flower and vegetable plants, cut flowers, hanging baskets, beans, corn, tomatoes, pickles, cauliflower, cucumbers, eggplant, zucchini, potatoes, sweet potatoes, peppers, peas, lettuce, beets, butternut and acorn squash, pumpkins, broccoli, cabbage, kale, greens, kohlrabi, collards, garlic, green onions, Spanish onions, radishes, apples cantaloupe, cherries, grapes, nectarines, peaches, plums, strawberries, watermelon, and cider.
195 Hanover Kendall Road
Clinton, PA 15026
By Nick Ameliotis
Product: Whole grain artisan bread
- Most popular: Mt. Athos Fire Bread (whole wheat sourdough named after a volcano)
- Newest: Keto
Price range: $4-8
Fun fact: Use starter to make the bread instead of yeast
Non-profit: Community Kitchen (Goal = employ low income and formerly incarcerated individuals)
First year, although has been selling at whole foods before
Product: Greek hummus in 12 flavors
Price: $4 for a container of hummus
Mia Cucina is offering hand-made gourmet pasta including linguini and angel hair and several favored linguinis (black bean, beet, lemon, spinach, and garlic).
Product: Flavored homemade pasta
Most popular: Basil
Newest: Tomato basil
20 years in business
Pasta cooks in 3-4 minutes
Jodi enjoys eating the pasta as much as making it
No.4 Soap features quality, handmade cold-processed soap made the old-fashioned way, without all the harsh additives you’ll find in large company, mass-produced soaps. With over 30 varieties, our soap is not only aesthetically beautiful, but also kind to your skin.
Located in the Ohio Valley, No.4 Soap prides itself in using a carefully crafted method, unique to small business soap artisans. Our cold processed soap is made in custom wooden molds using a variety of oils,
butters, micas, and fragrances. The cold process soap making method starts by creating a carefully formulated lye solution (no lye is left in the final product) that is added to the oils and blended to allow the artisan to artistically create and decorate the perfectly poured small batch of soap. After 24 hours, the long soap mold pour is cut into small bars that are placed onto a curing rack to dry. Each soap bar cures for at least 6 weeks to create the final hand-packaged bar of soap that makes its way to your farmer’s market.
Not only do we have the best soap in town, but you’ll find new products weekly like body butters, lip balms, beard balms, bath bombs, and so much more. We thank you for shopping small business!
CLEAN, CLEAR, CARE in a Bar – – – – – – – – – Learn more at no4soap.com
PGs sweet treats
By Paula Slagle
My favorite product is the Ho-ho cake. It’s becoming pretty large in Wash. PA. Pretty simple I change things up every week and try to keep things different.
The Pie Place
The Pie Place is located in the South Hills. Choose from an array of pies, tarts, cakes, cupcakes, cookies, pepperoni rolls, and muffins.
- Just celebrated their 13 year anniversary.
- A “from scratch” bakery.
- The main seller is pepperoni rolls and cinnamon rolls.
- Vegan options.
- We usually bring a tart sampler.
Popcorn Willy was founded in 1991 by William Wolfe. Willy began by selling his popcorn on the streets of Washington Pennsylvania, having only a few flavors and other snacks. The popcorn machine that he used is over 100 years old, now retired, and displayed in our front window along with the uniform he wore.
On March 25th, 1995 we had our grand opening and ribbon cutting of our first storefront. The business is now owned and operated by Cherie and Mark Buxton. Their daughter Talyn Buxton is learning how to run the family business.
We now have over 80 flavors of popcorn and we serve, fresh baked goods, breakfast and lunch in our restaurant.
Plum Run Winery
Plum Run Winery
11 Necessary Trail
Bealsville, PA 15313
Rustic Rock Maple
Rustic Rock Maple is an Organic Certified, single source, small batch maple syrup producer. We are located in the Southwestern corner of Pennsylvania in Washington County.
Simmons Farm offers a vast array of plants and produce: Simmons’ sweet corn, cucumbers, tomatoes, cabbage, beets, apples, pumpkins, winter & summer squashes, melons, strawberries, sweet peas, green beans, potatoes, broccoli, peppers, peaches, onions, cut flowers & hanging baskets, flats of annual & perennial flowers, bedding plants for the garden, corn stalks, and cider.
170 Simmons Road
McMurray, PA 15317
The Smoke Wagon
Fred Rasel – Pitt Master
Down Home Slow Smoked BBQ. We cater all parties and events and will deliver with a minimum order.
Price range: $2 for a baked potato → $25 for a rack of ribs
Fun fact: Pig mascot’s name is Kevin Bacon
2976 Henderson Road
Washington, PA 15301
724-986-6093 – Fred
724-413-7322 – Bobbie
The Spring House
The SpringHouse of Eighty Four, PA, is owned and operated by the Sam & Bev Minor Family. At the Main Street Farmers Market, The SpringHouse offers homemade baked goods, including excellent pies, cookies & breads; farm-fresh chocolate milk & buttermilk; as well as hot food ready for your supper. Specialty salads of potatoes, pasta, fruit and vegetables are made fresh every day, and brought to the Market for you. If you are looking for goodies for your family or an easy take-home supper, The SpringHouse is a great place to stop.
The Spring House
Marcia Minor Opp
1531 Route 136
Washington, PA 15301
Swope’s Berries & Bees
The Swope Family started keeping bees in 1975, this adventure started as a result of farming 150 acres of fruits and vegetables. We needed bees for pollination, thus started our adventures in beekeeping. After retiring from Penn State University at Mont Alto, we moved to southwestern Pennsylvania to be closer to our grandchildren and start farming all over again. We purchased a small farm that is in the hills of western Pennsylvania, in Washington county.
The family farm is blessed to have a stream that flows through the property, where rainfall and spring water drain and flows into to Cross Creek lake. In 2017, we planted black raspberries and blueberries on the hillside and moved our bees from Franklin county to western Pennsylvania.
Our oldest son, daughter-in-law and grand kids can be found helping around the farm doing such things as tending bees, mowing the fields, trimming and picking berries, bottling honey and of course helping at the farmer’s market. This is truly a small family farm.
Location: 21 East Chestnut St.
Been coming for 3 years
Sells coffee, iced tea, and lemonade
Most popular product is cold brew latte
Social media: @thetablecoffee on instagram and facebook
Price range: $4-6
Fun fact: specialty drinks come in mason jars
Tim Wu Shaved Ice
Tim Wu Shaved Ice offers an excellent way to cool down in the summer heat in many wonderful flavors.
Tim Wu Shaved Ice
463 Clair Drive
Pittsburgh, PA 15241
Main Street Farmers Market Patrons are familiar with one of our original vendors, Wild River Kettle Korn. They offer their delicious freshly popped Kettle Korn, cheddar corn, and caramel corn. Splurge and go for the Chicago style bag which offers all 3 tasty popcorns in one.
Wild River Kettle Korn
James L. Allen
5913 Keystone Drive
Bethel Park, PA 15102
- Most popular: cream (with and without CBD) and essential oil
- Newest: lavender sage bath and massage oil (good for frizzy hair because it locks in moisture)
- Zero-waste (ex. Lavender stems can be burned in a campfire after being used as skewers)
- Offer employment opportunities to ex-miners
- Plant on reclaimed mining land
- From West Virginia
BELT Bath Bombs
Cinna Roasted Nuts
Coyne Family Farm
The Olive Tap
Products: Olive oils and balsamic vinegars
Most popular: Tuscan Herb Olive Oil
Newest: Black Garlic, Balsamic Vinegar
Price range: $9-21
Fun fact: Hersh feels that the business is fun to run, like a semi-retirement
The Washington Lions Club offers fresh prepared lemonade, brooms and kitchen tools such as toaster tongues and Rada Cutlery at the Market