175th Street Greenmarket
Just because you’re in upper Manhattan doesn’t mean you have to travel far for fresh produce. The 175th Street Greenmarket, on the corner of Broadway is open from June 16th to November 17th on Thursdays, from 8AM to 4PM. Vendors sell a variety of fruit, vegetables, herbs, spices, honey, syrup and fresh juices. Of special note: Every week, go check out the cooking demonstrations and nutrition education with NYC Department of Health's Stellar Markets program.
Located on 175th st. and Broadway.
This indoor, year-round farmers’ market offers an array of meats, cheeses, fruits, vegetables, and other fresh and inexpensive foods. Whether you’re in the mood to shop for groceries, enjoy a Zagat-rated restaurant, eat at a luncheonette or pick up a delicious drink at a juice bar, this market has everything you could possibly need.
120 Essex St.
New York, NY 10002
Mt. Morris Park Historic District Market
Open from June 11th to December 24th, this uptown market has plenty of delicious foods sold my farmers from upstate New York as well as other states. Buy your fills of naturally raised meat, vegetables, fruits, nuts, seeds, herbs and baked goods.
Located at 124th st. and 5th Ave.
Union Square Greenmarket
One of the most popular farmers’ markets, the Union Square Greenmarket is a wonderful place to browse for your favorite things to eat! Open every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 8AM to 6PM, you will no doubt find something delicious from one of the dozens of farmers in attendance.
Located on the north and west sides of Union Square Park.
Another convenient year-round market, this one is open every Sunday from 8AM to 6PM. Catch up with neighbors or meet new friends while you shop for bottled milk, farmstead cheese, fruits, vegetables, baked goods, meat, honey, eggs and maple syrup. This market makes buying your favorite farm fresh produce even easier by accepting credit cards, debit cards, food stamps and EBT.
Located at Ave. A and East 7th St.
For more information about greemarkets around the city, check out GrowNYC.com.