We have the STATE Farmer's Market here. You might also like to look at the list of state-wide Farmer's Markets and Road Side Fresh stands http://www.ncfarmfresh.com/
Midtown Market at North Hills has an interesting variety of vendors on Saturday mornings, and the State Farmers Market is in a class by itself with a restaurant that has great fried chicken.
Midtown Market Saturday mornings at North Hills Mall has some really interesting vendors; Of course, Raleigh State Farmers Mkt. is in a class by itself, really great, and a restaurant with awesome fried chicken platter.
The Raleigh Farmer's Market is certainly the largest of its type in the Triangle area, but there are lots of other markets where you can buy local produce. The Raleigh Farmers Market is open 6 days a week and is a great place for both wholesale and retail purchase of produce, plants and other items produced locally. I have seen a lot of bananas and artichokes there, too, so I don't think everything is necessarily locally grown.
A trip to the Raleigh Farmer's Market is a blast for the whole family. It's a big place, so plan to be there a while if you want to see everything that is available there.
Another local market is the Raleigh Downtown Farmer's Market at City Plaza on Fayetteville Street. I don't know that market as well, but we have gotten some nice produce there at times.
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