EBT/Food Stamps, Debit/Credit, and WIC & FMNP checks accepted.
The Brooklyn Borough Hall Greenmarket has brought fresh, local produce to this thriving downtown location for over 25 years. Three days a week the market serves the diverse communities of Brooklyn Heights, Clinton Hill, and Downtown Brooklyn by providing a bounty of fresh-picked fruits and vegetables, beautiful plants and flowers, grass-fed meat, just-caught Long Island fish, free-range eggs, and grass-fed dairy products.
Cooking demonstrations, health screenings and nutrition information.
American Seafood Wild caught seafood from Suffolk County, NY
Ballard's Honey Honey from Delaware County, NY
Body & Soul Bakery Baked goods from Kings County, NY
Buzzard Crest Vineyards Wine and grapes from Yates County, NY (growing season only)
Central Valley Farm Raw milk cheeses, butter, eggs, beef, vegetables and tomato sauce from Hunterdon County, NJ.
Emmerich Greenhouses Seasonal flowering plants and cut flowers from Orange County, NY (growing season only)
Fishkill Farm Diversified, high-quality fruit and vegetables from Dutchess County, NY (growing season only)
Rabbit Run Farm Certified Organic vegetables, goat cheese and meats from Bucks County, PA
Wilklow Orchards 6th Generation orchard offering small fruits, vegetables, cider, baked goods, jams, beef and pork from Ulster County, NY
Phillips Farms Vegetables and plants from the rolling pastoral hills along the Delaware River in Hunterdon County, NJ (growing season only)
Francesca's Bakery Breads and baked goods from Middlesex County, NJ
Bread Alone Artisan breads, mostly certified Organic, and pastries from Ulster County, NY
Millport Dairy Cheddar cheese, beef, pickles and baked goods from Lancaster County, PA.
Dipaola Turkey Farm fresh turkey and turkey sausage from Mercer County, NJ
Yellow Bell Farm Chicken and eggs from Columbia County, NY
Valerie Sesso is a first year market manager and local food enthusiast. Having spent many years working in the restaurant industry, she came on board to promote the local food economy and help educate her community on the importance of fresh and sustainable food. You can find her at Brooklyn Borough Hall on Saturdays and Fort Washington on Tuesdays, cooking up something healthy, fresh & delicious.
Fiona Lynch always felt slightly out of place being part of the family who grew corn and other veggies in their front yard in Staten Island, but it definitely helped to shape her love for food, agriculture, and the environment. After graduating SUNY Binghamton with degrees in Environmental Studies and English, Fiona spent several months in Hawaii, living in a tent and working on an organic farm. She's been with GrowNYC's Composting program since 2011, interned at the Brooklyn Grange this past season, and succeeded in growing seven tiny tomatoes in her dark apartment. She enjoys dancing, hot coffee, and frozen food scraps.