Mid-Week Farmers Market Comes to Larchmont


Have you heard about the new mid-week Farmers Market in Larchmont?

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On Wednesdays, through Halloween (but not July 4,) vendors will offer prepared foods and great things to take home, atLarchmont’s Kane Park, at the corner of Beach Ave and Boston Post Rd.

Organizer Drew George of FarmEats says there will be “a wide selection of fresh local vegetables, artisanal breads and baked goods, charcuterie, 100% grass fed beef, pasture raised pork and chicken, and other unique quality foodie foods.”

The market will also offer prepared foods for dining at the park, and takeaway foods such as; BBQ, salads, sandwiches, humus, appetizers, dinners, and other midweek meals from Larchmont food establishments and restaurants.

You could see these vendors there:

Dan Madura Farms– based in “the black dirt” region of Orange County NY., offers a seasonal rotation of freshly picked vegetables and an extensive, exotic mushroom selection!

Deliciously Alicia’s- Gluten-free and organic savory & sweet bakery, including many vegan and paleo options.

FarmEats- 100% grass fed beef, pasture raised pork and chicken. All of the humanely raised farm animals live their entire lives on the Sweet Tree Farm in Carlisle NY.

Jerky Rob- offers a wide selection of the finest beef and pork jerky around.

Kontoulis Family Olive Oil- Larchmont’s family owned, olive grove business. They offer the finest olive oil from family owned groves in Greece.

Larchmont Charcuterie– the finest beef and pork saucisson. Everything is meticulously sourced. Our products contain NO added nitrates, NO sodium phosphate, It’s the perfect marriage of French culinary tradition and high quality, with impeccable American ingredients and safety standards.

Plates– Larchmont’s Matt Karp, will be serving his house made BBQ pulled pork, and take away dinners.

The Apiary– Joerg Zehe will be presenting his fresh salads and take away dinners.

Wave Hill Bread– an artisan micro bakery, makes delicious artisan bread with ingredients which includes organic whole grains that are milled at the bakery.

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E. Hoffman

Hope you get more farmers. Especially vegetables and fruits. At least you have two to start. Have you found any orchards to participate? We’re coming into stone fruit season. The Orchards of Conklin of Pomona, NY grow their own. For vegetables, try Dagele Brothers Produce of Florida, NY and Alex’s Tomatoes of Sprakers or Carlisle, NY. See downtoearthmarkets.com for contact info. This sounds like more of a food vendors’ market than a farmers’ market and maybe should be labelled as a “Seasonal Food and Farmers Market” (or a Food Bazaar), since most of the vendors are food purveyors, with some… Read more »

Joe Serra

Hi, Sorry for the late reply… Just saw your note just now. We have Newgate Farms now. They have both veggies and fruit. This is a small start-up market and people are just discovering it. As a result, the market cannot support more than one produce vendor. We do not call it a Farmer’s market for that reason. It’s more of a community market with a focus on “LOCAL” — we strive to have as many Larchmont food-related vendors as possible. We have a lot of provisions including fresh fish, produce, meat, olive oil/vinegars along with baked goods and prepared… Read more »