Manhattan is the world's leading financial, commercial, and cultural hub. This borough of New York City is the fanciest place and has earthy charm, thanks to the dozen farmers' markets across Manhattan.
Manhattan has one of the oldest farmers' markets in the state. Its other markets are also overflowing with fresh seafood, colorful root vegetables, local honey and jams, seasonal orchid fruits and much more.
So if you looking on expanding into more markets, read on for the best farmers markets in Manhattan.
This is one of Manhattan's best year-round green markets located on the edge of Inwood Hill Park. Each Saturday, many people visit this farmers' market after walking on trails in Inwood Hill Park and viewing the park's spectacular natural salt marshes and forested area.
The Inwood Greenmarket has 20 market stands year-round every Saturday, all stocked up with dark leafy greens, plumps, apples, pears, fresh seafood, locally brewed cider and jars of pickles and chutneys, and many more.
Address: Isham St between Seaman Ave. and, Cooper St, New York, 10034.
Tucker Square Greenmarket
Just across a street from the Lincoln Center, Tucker Square greenmarket is a popular and best neighborhood market for the upper west side of Manhattan.
The market offers seasonal and local staples like corn, eggplants, berries, pumpkins, squash blossoms, and around 80 varieties of apples.
The markets also have the special goat cheese from Miracle Springs Farm and sorghum and maple syrup from Wood Homestead.
Other goods available at Tucker Square market are grass-fed beef, duck and duck charcuterie, fresh seafood, eggs, and baked goods.
Address: W 66th St &, Broadway, New York, NY 10023.
Union Square Greenmarket
The Union Square Greenmarket is one of the busiest (60,000 shoppers on a market day) and the famous New York City market.
This market opens multiple days a week and features 140 regional farmers, fishers, and bakers locally grown fruits and vegetables, fresh seafood, and artisanal baked goods to the people of New York.
This farmers' market is the favorite of all the city big-name chefs, they come here to find high-quality produce.
The goods you will find here are hard to find in any other farmer market like kimchi from Kimchee Harvest, honey from Tremblay Apiaries, and charcuterie from Hudson Valley Duck.
Address: Union Square W &, E 17th St, New York, 10003.
This farmers' market in the neighborhood of Tribeca is less crowded and open on Wednesday and Saturday year-round.
In the pandemic, it is an excellent place to shop for locally grown produce, fresh seafood, sustainably raised meat, orchard fruits, farmstead cheeses, herbs, cut flowers, and many more.
Address: Greenwich St between Chambers and, Duane St, New York, NY 10013.
Down to Earth Morningside Park Farmers Market
DTE farmers' market is running since 2005, and it has two kinds of vendors, the local farmers, and the food makers who use local ingredients. DTE is a traditional market that supports local entrepreneurs to sell their products directly to the legion dwellers.
You will find everything from fresh fruits and vegetables to eggs, cheese, olive oil, spirits, samosas, chicken, meat, baked goods, and many more.
Address: 237-331 Manhattan Ave, New York, NY 10026.
77th/79th Street Greenmarket
Just behind the American Museum of Natural History, this Manhattan famous green market is running.
It is open on Sunday year-round between 9.00 am to 4.00 pm. You will find New York's best duck, chicken, goat milk cheese, fresh seafood, orchard fruits, fresh green vegetables and leaves, egg, honey, apple cider, and much more.
Address: Columbus Avenue &, W 77th St, New York, NY 10024.
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