Guide to 2018 Long Island Farmers Markets

As the days get longer and warmer, a trip to the local farmers market becomes more inviting. Fresh produce, pies, honey and artisan products dispersed in the open air create a recipe for a beautiful afternoon. Get a jump-start on your itinerary.

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Long Beach Farmers Market
Where: Kennedy Plaza, 1 West Chester Street
When: Saturdays 9am-2pm, May 5-Nov. 21 and Wednesdays 9am-2pm, late May through November
What’s Good: Coffee from Gentle Brew Coffee Click to go

Port Jefferson Farmers Market
Harborfront Park
When: Sundays 9am-2pm, May 6-Nov. 25 and Wednesdays 3pm to dusk, May 30-Aug. 29
What’s Good: Local honey from BeeWitched Bee Click to go

East Hampton Farmers Market
Where: 136 North Main St.
When: Fridays 9am-1pm, May 18-Sept. 7
What’s Good: Tulips and lilacs from Pierpont Blossom Farm Click to go

Westhampton Beach Farmers Market
Where: Main Street and Beach Lane
When: Saturdays 9am-1pm, May 19-Oct. 27
What’s Good: Wine from Wölffer Estate Vineyard Click to go

Rocky Point Farmers & Artisans Market
Where: Old Depot Park, 115 Prince Road
When: Sundays 8am-1pm, May 27-Nov. 18
What’s Good: Bread from Blue Duck Bakery Click to go

Three Village Farmers Market
Where: 93 North Country Rd., Setauket
When: Fridays 3-7pm, June 1-Oct. 5
What’s Good: Organic handmade soap by Modern Primal Soap Co. Click to go

Bounty By the Bay
Where: The Community Band Shell on Main Street, Bay Shore
When: Fridays 3-7pm, June 1-Aug. 31
What’s Good: Paula’s Pierogies Click to go

Islip Farmers Market
Where: Islip Town Hall Parking Lot, 655 Main St.
When: Saturdays, 7am-12pm, June 2-Nov. 17
What’s Good: Scones, key lime tarts, crumb cakes, cookies and muffins from Delicious Delights Bakery Click to 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 2-Nov. 17
What’s Good: Fresh fruit, baked goods and fresh farm eggs from Conklin Farms Click to go

Deer Park Tanger Outlet Farmers Market
Where: Tanger Outlets at the Arches
When: Saturdays 10am-3pm, June 2-Oct. 27
What’s Good: Salad greens from Schneider’s Farm Click to go

Huntington Farmers Market
Where: Main St. Route 25A, East of Rt. 110 North
When: Sundays 7am-12pm, June 3-Nov. 18
What’s Good: Power Juice Inferno (fresh fruit juice, all natural, fresh squeezed orange juice) from The 6 Juice Company Click to go

Rockville Centre Farmers Market
Where: Long Island Railroad Parking Lot 12, Sunrise Highway
When: Sundays 7am-12pm, June 3-Nov. 18
What’s Good: Soaps, oils and skin care items from Clean Essence Click to go

Kings Park Farmers Market
Where: Municipal Lot, Route 25A
When: Sundays, 9am-2pm, June 3-Nov. 18
What’s Good: Pretzels from Knot of this World Click to go

Garden City Farmers Market
Where: 101 County Seat Dr., Supreme Court Building and Lot
When: Tuesdays 7am-1pm, June 5-Nov. 20
What’s Good: Homemade chicken burgers from Giannis Pork Store Click to go

Roslyn North Hills Farmers Market
Where: Christopher Morley Park, 500 Searingtown Road
When: Wednesdays 7am-1pm, June 6-Nov. 21
What’s Good: Fresh roasted coffee beans, cold brews and hot coffee from New York Gourmet Coffee Click to go

Montauk Farmers Market
Where: 742 Montauk Hwy.
When: Thursdays 9am-2pm, June 7-Sept. 13, Fridays 9am-2pm, Sept. 21-Sept. 28, Oct. 6 and Oct. 7
What’s Good: Rice and chocolate pudding from Kalypso Yogurt Click to go

Greenport Farmers Market
Where: 1405 Moore’s Lane
When: Saturdays 10am-2pm, June 23-Oct. 27
What’s Good: 63 South Chill Street Artisanal Ice Cream Click to go