First Winter Market of the Season-We’re still outside!

screen-shot-2016-12-02-at-2-47-34-pmTomorrow is the first Winter Market- we are still outside in the Library Parking lot. We’ll have many of our long-time vendors and some new ones who are testing the market waters during the leaner season. We hope to see you tomorrow-just make sure to bundle up.

Westchester superstar Polpettina is popping by with their mobile pizza oven- and yes it is as good as the pies they serve in their highly rated restaurants.

We also have a new creamery visiting all the way from Cooperstown. Cooperstown Cheese Company makes artisanal European and American-style cheeses including Toma Celena and Jersey Girl-both of which were served at the White House. The cheese should pair nicely with some coppa, sopprasetta, lonza, and culatello from Mangalitsa by Mosefund. If it’s good enough for Aquavit NYC, The French Laundry and Roberta’s than it’s good enough for us!

Your antipasto platter isn’t complete until you add some saucisson sec from Larchmont Charcuterie. Their new smoked version was a huge hit on Thanksgiving. Stock up this month because Daniel is gone until the spring. Also away until the spring-Big Bang Coffee Roasters. Grab their bags of whole beans to last you through the cold winter months.

Lastly, Wil Hi Farm is also on hiatus until March. They’ll have their full range of products tomorrow, including the perfect holiday gifts- soap and yarn!

See you at the market. 

Vendor List (subject to change)
Alex’s Crepes
Bien Cuit
Big Bang Coffee Roasters
Bread Alone Bakery and Cafe
The Orchards of Concklin
Cooperstown Cheese Company
DOC Pickle
Found Herbal
Mangalitsa by Mosefund
Hudson Valley Duck Farm
Kaffee & Klatsch NY
Kontoulis Family Olive Oil
Larchmont Charcuterie
Lasagna Preziosa
Mariachi Mexico
Meredith’s Bread
MOMO dressing
Neversink Farm
Pie Lady & Son
Polpettina Mobile Pizza Oven
Pura Vida Fisheries
Samosa Shack
Sohha Savory Yogurt
Southtown Farms
Spoon Me Soups
Stone & Thistle Farm
Sun Sprout Farm
Taiim Shack Mobile
True Food
Wil Hi Farm
Wiltbank Mushrooms

Thank you for a wonderful 2016 Summer Market season

Thank you shoppers from Hastings and beyond for another banner season.The market would also like to thank the Hastings-on-Hudson Public Library and Hastings Police Department for sharing their space with us. To the residents of Maple Avenue, thank you for your patience and cooperation in helping us bring healthy, locally-farmed and produced foods to the community. A happy, peaceful holiday… Continue Reading

Last weekly Market of 2016. Just in time for Thanksgiving!

Tomorrow is our last weekly market. Before we get into the list of amazing products and produce available tomorrow, please, please, please think about members of our community who depend on the Hastings Food Pantry for their daily meals. We will be accepting donations at the bottom of the stairs and at the market tent. It would be wonderful… Continue Reading

21 October 2016  Dear Shoppers,  We hope you won’t let a little rain get in the way of you and fresh, local protein & produce. Our vendors are driving hours to get to market despite the forecast with fresh bread, cheese, duck, pork, kale, potatoes, squash, and more. We’re open until 1:30-plenty of time to wait… Continue Reading

Saturday’s Market is Moving to Farragut Avenue

The Saturday, September 24 Market will be held in American Legion Park, 215 Farragut Avenue, Hastings, due to Street Closures for the Westchester Volunteer Firemen’s Association Dress Parade. So shop the Market and then go to the Parade! Click on the flyer for more details.   Save Save Save Continue Reading

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Please park at the train station. Free parking on Saturdays and "granny carts" are available, courtesy of the farmer's market. No early birds!


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