Carroll St and Smith St, Brooklyn [map]
Open Sundays, year-round
Market Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
2014 scheduled changes: closed 4/20 for the holiday.
EBT/Food Stamps, Debit/Credit, and WIC & FMNP checks accepted.
EBT/Debit/Credit accepted 8 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Located across the street from Carroll Park, this much-loved Brooklyn market is a destination for neighbors, families, and Sunday brunch goers alike. During the spring and summer, fresh cut flowers and live plants lure passersby to the market that stretches along the sidewalk in front of PS58. Stock your larder with the incredible array of regionally grown produce, award-winning goat cheese, and grass fed beef that are on offer each week.
Cooking demonstrations, health screenings and nutrition information.
Sunday, August 3rd, 11am
Celebrate the height of summer with a good old fashioned clam bake at your favorite neighborhood market. Stop by the Market Information tent for a steaming bowl of fresh Seatuck clams and veggies from the market. While supplies last!
Bread Alone Artisan breads, mostly certified Organic, and pastries from Ulster County, NY
Consider Bardwell Goat and cows milk cheeses from Rutland County, VT
DiPaola Turkeys Turkey from Mercer County, NJ
Fishkill Farms Apples, pears, peaches, nectarines, cherries, berries, vegetables and eggs from Dutchess County, NY
Grazin' Angus Acres Beef and chicken from Columbia County, NY
Hudson Valley Duck Farm Heritage ducks, whole, parts & duck products from Sullivan County, NY
Jersey Farm Vegetables from Hunterdon, NJ. A New Farmer Development Project Participant
Lani's Farm Vegetables from Burlington County, NJ (growing season only)
Madura Farms Mushrooms from Orange County, NY
Seatuck Fish Company Wild-caught fish and seafood from Suffolk County, NY
Toigo Orchards Orchard fruit from Cumberland County, PA
W. Rogowski Farm Certified Naturally Grown vegetables from Orange County, NY
Yellow Bell Farm Chicken and eggs from Columbia County, NY
Natalia Gutierrez is a native of Colombia and has lived in the United States since 1999. She studied architecture and construction management and worked in the field, but it wasn't until moving to New York in 2012 that she began to explore her real passion: sustainable food. She took a sustainable development course at Dancing Rabbit, an Ecovillage in Rutledge, Missouri and volunteered with Edible Schoolyard NYC and GrowNYC. She is currently doing an apprenticeship with the Ecostation:NY at Bushwick campus farm and will pursue a Masters in Environmental Policy and Sustainability Management this Fall 2014. She is an animal lover, loves to explore new recipes and ingredients, travel and be surrounded by family. Natalia envisions a world where everyone lives in harmony with nature and each other!