Fridays: Dooryard Garden: 1-2 PM for members at the Seedling level and above; 2-4 PM for the general public.
Saturdays: Courtyard: 1-4 PM for the general public
Sundays: Dooryard Garden: 1-2 PM for members at the Seedling level and above; 2-4 PM for the general public.
A lovingly picked, just harvested selection of Stone Barns’ fruits and vegetables. This past Saturday, produce for sale include purslane, bok choi, beets, carrots, and garlic. Other items available included bagged herbal teas, chicken, and the freshest eggs out there!
According to several of the staff, Stone Barns Market is concentrating on selling their own product. The only outside vendor, Red Barn Bakery, was handpicked by Dan Barber. Even though I had just eaten, their table of pies, cakes, and cookies made lunch a distant memory. The fresh peach and blueberry pies alone are worth a drive or train ride up and back!
Once a month, a second outside vendor—Maine’s Port Clyde Fresh Catch—also sells at Stone Barns Market. Their next visit is Sunday, July 25th.
As mentioned in our feature on Stone Barns this past Spring, the center is a short trip from Manhattan or Brooklyn, via car or train. You won’t regret escaping the city heat to spend a day wandering among the chickens, vegetables, pigs, and flowers! Especially since you can now come home with a few extra treats.
August 7 and 8th: Summer on the Farm Weekend
(Language from their flyer)
“Celebrate the delicious summer harvest. Stop by our tasting table, learn how to make pickles, dig in for a potato harvest, take a canning or seed saving class.”
More information available HERE
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