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Looking for a new cool spot to visit on a lazy Sunday morning? Check out some of the best farmers' markets located on the East Coast. Farmers' markets commonly offer the healthiest vegetables, fruits, and more options. With the chilly weather approaching, it is the perfect time to support local businesses and see their products. Here are a few farmer's markets we recommend checking out!
This farmers market located in New York offers over 140 vendors and farmers selling their produce to an average of 60,000 shoppers at Union Square. It is open Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays from 8 AM to 6 PM. It is one of the oldest farmers' markets in the city, with its diversity of fresh fruit and vegetables.
Located in the famous Capitol Hill neighborhood, Eastern Market has 225 vendors selling fresh produce, events for the community, and arts and crafts from local businesses. This market has been around for over 136 years and is known as one of the oldest farmers' markets in the United States. It is located inside a brick building and is open to more street vendors on weekends.
Commonly known as the spot to be on Sunday mornings, Grant Park is in one of the best neighborhoods in Atlanta, Georgia. It is open from 9:30 AM to 1:30 PM on Sundays and closes permanently in December until its return in April. Aside from offering fresh groceries to customers, Grant Park sells prepared meals to take home, jewelry shops, and dog treats.
Celebrating its 29th season, this market comprises 125 vendors and is located in downtown West Palm Beach, Florida. The vendors at this market vary from selling fresh produce to candle companies and flower shops. It is a three-time winner of Best Farmers Markets in America. Special events offer pop-up workshops on how to make salsa and to learn how to make charcuterie boards.
As one of Boston's most famous farmers markets, the Boston Public Market is located indoors and stays open year-round. Local vendors offer fresh fruits and vegetables, prepped meals, and arts and crafts produced in New England. It is a non-profit organization that supports economic development and New England food systems. This market has a diverse community for all customers to enjoy.
Whether you're a food enthusiast, a supporter of sustainable living, or someone seeking a leisurely weekend activity, these markets have something to offer for everyone. So, why not make it a goal to explore these East Coast gems, savor the flavors of the season, and contribute to the vitality of local economies? As you wander through the stalls, you'll not only find nourishment for your body but also for your soul, creating memories that linger long after the Sunday morning sun has set.