Reston Station

Parking Instructions

After you take a ticket at a gate, you want to go into the Comstock Park X parking area, which is marked by “Park X” signs, with a blue “X.”  You can use your ticket to pay the $1 “Market Only” parking fee at a pay station before returning to your vehicle (if you’ve come in no earlier than 3 P.M. and stayed no more than 60 minutes).  The ticket machines are programmed for this Wednesday Smart Markets ONLY benefit! You can enter Park X at the West end of the garage complex.  Just follow the signs that say Park X and NOT Park and Ride M or Kiss and Ride M.  The Park X entrances are the first two left turns after entering the garage from Reston Station Boulevard.

Wednesdays, 3:00 to 7:00 PM
Market Ends October 19, 2016

1900 Reston Station Boulevard
Reston, VA 20190

1900 Reston Station Boulevard
Reston, VA 20190

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Arno’s French Pastries

Fresh French Pastry

After 17 years as executive pastry chef at the French Embassy, Chef Arnaud is now on a mission to take your taste buds on a culinary adventure. From chocolate eclairs to fruit tarts, from crepe cakes to cream puffs, his pastries are not to be missed.

Celtic Pasties


Welsh expat Nyall Meredith brings you this increasingly popular traditional British dish. A delicious pastry envelope with a savoury filling.

Fabbioli Cellars


Award-winning wines from a family owned and operated vineyard and winery in Loudon County, VA.

Fossil Rock Farm

Fruits, Vegetables, Flowers, Herbs

Baron and Mike come to us from the Shenandoah Valley with sustainably grown fruits, vegetables, flowers, and herbs, a professional commitment, and lots of energy and fun!

Ignacio’s Produce

Fruits, Vegetables

Picked the day you eat it, fresh from the farm in the Northern Neck, a wide variety of Virginia-grown produce.

Kneaded Nourishment Bakery (Alternate Weeks)


Joanna and Janelle offer hearty and delicious whole wheat bread products. They use all freshly-ground flour, mostly organic ingredients, and bake with a process that makes the abundant nutrients of the ingredients easily absorbable.

Phil’s Dills


Killer pickles – traditional and spicy, sweet and sour – you name it, you’ll like them.

Tyson Farms and Orchards

Fruits, Vegetables

From the sun-drenched hillsides of West Virginia, the Tyson family brings bursting-with-flavor small fruits, tree fruits, tomatoes, and seasonal vegetables.