Guide to 2017 Long Island Farmers Markets

Spring is in full swing and summer is not far behind, which means it’s time to start planning trips to the local farmers market. It doesn’t get any better than the shining sun mixed with warm temps and the smell of something fresh. Find delicious local produce, pies, honey and beautiful artisan products for your home at Long Island farmers markets.

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Long Beach Farmers Market
Where: 1 West Chester St., Long Beach
When: Saturdays 9am-2pm, May 6-Nov. 18 and Wednesdays 9am-2pm, June 7-Nov. 1
What’s Good: Tree Juice Maple Syrup Go

East Hampton Farmers Market
Where: 136 North Main St.
When: Fridays 9am-1pm, May 12-Sept. 1
What’s Good: Pierpont’s Blossom Farm’s Tulips Go

Westhampton Beach Farmers Market
Where: 85 Mill Road
When: Saturdays 9am-1pm, May 13-Nov. 18
What’s Good: Wine from Wölffer Estate Vineyard Go

Bounty By the Bay

Where: Bandshell on Main Street, Bay Shore
When: Fridays 2-7pm, May 19-Sept. 29
What’s Good: Paula’s Pierogies Go

Sag Harbor Farmers Market
Where: Bay Street
When: Saturdays 9am-1pm, May 20-Oct. 28
What’s Good: Soup from Southampton Soap Company Go

Rocky Point Farmers & Artisans Market
Where: Old Depot Park, 115 Prince Road
When: Sundays 8am-1pm, May 28-Nov. 19
What’s Good: Roosterick copper bowls and wooden spoons Go

Southampton Farmers Market
Where: 25 Jobs Lane
When: Sundays 9am-2pm, May 28-Oct. 8
What’s Good: Pretzels from Knot World Go

Islip Farmers Market
Where: Islip Town Hall Parking Lot, 655 Main St.
When: Saturdays, 7am-12pm, June 3-Nov. 18
What’s Good: Fruit, ciders and cookies from Wood Side Farms Go

Seaford Farmers Market
Where: East End of Parking Lot of Seaford Railroad Station, corner of Washington Ave and Sunrise Hwy.
When: Saturdays 7am-12pm, June 3-Nov. 18
What’s Good: The Frozen Sin Truck serves fresh-made donuts while visitors wait for homemade ice cream and fresh limeade Go

Deer Park Tanger Outlet Farmers Market
Where: Tanger Outlets at the Arches
When: Saturdays 10am-3pm, June 3-Nov. 4
What’s Good: Salad greens from Schneider’s Farm Go

St. James Farmers Market
Where: 230 2nd Ave. Lutheran Church
When: Saturdays 9am-1pm, June 3-Oct. 28
What’s Good: Coastal Craft Kombucha Go

Huntington Farmers Market
Where: Main St. Route 25A, East of Rt. 110 North
When: Sundays 7am-12pm, June 4-Nov. 19
What’s Good: North Fork smoked fish and fresh-made fish burgers Go

Rockville Centre Farmers Market
Where: Long Island Railroad Parking Lot 12, Sunrise Highway
When: Sundays 7am-12pm, June 4-Nov. 19
What’s Good: Yogurt and cheese from Coach Farms Go

Kings Park Farmers Market
Where:
Municipal Lot, Route 25A
When: Sundays, 9am-2pm, June 4-Nov. 19
What’s Good: Coffee from Gentle Brew Coffee Go

Roslyn North Hills Farmers Market
Where: Christopher Morley Park, 500 Searingtown Road
When: Wednesdays 7am-1pm, June 7-Nov. 22
What’s Good: Olive oil from Arlotta Foods Studios Go

Montauk Farmers Market
Where: 742 Montauk Hwy.
When: Thursdays 9am-2pm, June 8-Aug. 31, Fridays 9am-2pm, Sept. 8-Sept. 29, Oct. 7 and Oct. 8
What’s Good: Rice and chocolate pudding from Kalypso Yogurt Go

Garden City Farmers Market
Where: 101 County Seat Dr., Supreme Court Building and Lot
When: Tuesdays 7am-1pm, June 13-Nov. 21
What’s Good: Pickles and olives from Pickle Pete Go

Greenport Farmers Market
Where: 170 South St.
When: Saturdays 10am-2pm, June 24-Sept. 16
What’s Good: 63 South Chill Street Artisanal Ice Cream Go

Port Jefferson Farmers Market
Where: Steam Room Parking Lot
When: Thursdays 10am-4:30pm, July 13-Oct.5
What’s Good: Veggies from Sweet Melissa’s 1932 Farmhouse Go