A visit to a farmers market usually results in a fun day filled with fresh foods and other locally crafted products. Summer is here and farmers markets are popping up all over Long Island. If you want to add some fresh farm-grown food to your summer recipes, take a visit to one of these Long Island farmers markets.
Long Island Farmers Markets 2015
Babylon Village Farmers Market
The Babylon Village Farmers Market will be open every Sunday until September 26 this year. From 8 am-1 pm in the Babylon train station parking lot, you’ll find organic juices from Love Grace, wontons with a Western twist from All American Wontons, unorthodox sauces from High River Sauces and plenty of other foods you’re sure to love.
New Hyde Park Farmers Market
Until November 21, the New Hyde Park Farmers Market will be open on Saturdays from 8 am-1 pm in the municipal lot across from Village Hall at 1441 Jericho Turnpike. Among the vendors at the New Hyde Park Farmers Market this year are Polka Dot Pound Cake, Horman’s Best Pickles and Southern Belles BBQ. Check them out on Facebook for more news about which vendors will be present.
Northport Farmers Market
The Northport Farmers Market will be open from 8 am-1 pm on Saturdays in the Cow Harbor parking lot until November 22. On their list of 2015 vendors is Hometown Bake Shop, whose menu stretches from sweets like s’mores pie to savory meals like chicken pot pie. If you’re looking for a perfect snack to serve at your summer barbecue, Backyard Brine Pickles will be there offering their wide range of hand-jarred pickles. Blind Bat Brewery will offer some of their delicious craft beers which are brewed in incredibly small batches. The great vendors visiting Northport make it one of the best Long Island farmers markets to visit this summer.
Roslyn Village Farmers Market
Spend a sunny summer Wednesday in Roslyn’s Christopher Morley Park. From the hours of 7 am-1 pm, you’ll find the Roslyn Village Farmers Market. This market features sustainable seafood from the Village Fishmonger, cold-pressed olive oils from Arlotta Oils and Brooklyn’s Lofted Coffee. Bhumi Farms will also be there, offering all kinds of fresh seasonal produce.
From artisanal hot sauces and pickles to locally baked treats, Long Island farmers markets are sure to provide you with an interesting, tasty addition to your kitchen. If you’re too full of craft beer or barbecued fresh food to drive, we’d love to get you to and from the market. Call us at a location near you or make a reservation online.