The Best Winter Farmers’ Markets to Visit in Westchester

When the mercury drops, here are the Westchester County farmers' markets you can still shop at all winter long.

In Westchester, it isn’t an exaggeration to say that farmers’ markets often serve as the beating heart of our communities, so it’s a good thing the market spirit doesn’t go into hibernation when the weather grows cold. Here are seven of our favorite markets that are open and stocked all winter long.

Hastings Farmers Market

131 Southside Ave, Hastings-on-Hudson
Saturdays, 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Can’t-Miss Vendors:

Di Riso
Riccardo Befi used to bake lasagna on weekends for pleasure. After opening a gourmet cafe, his lasagna, fresh mozzarella sandwiches, and risotto balls have become fixtures in Hastings.

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Luxx Chocolat
Luxx has been voted one of America’s best chocolatiers for five years running, and it certainly lives up to the hype: you’ll find pre-packaged artisan s’mores, chocolate bark, and the famous “Hot Choxx” chocolate on a straw. Everything is organic and made using local ingredients.

Meredith’s Bread
These handmade, preservative-free breads, rolls, cakes, cookies, pies, and preserves are made entirely from scratch. The business is family-owned and -operated, with gluten-free, wheat-free, sugar-free, and organic lines to accommodate everyone.


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Irvington Farmers’ Market

Main Street School Lot; 101 Main St, Irvington
Sundays, 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

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Can’t-Miss Vendors:

Pizza Vitale
Fresh pizza = healthy pizza. “Sofia,” the upgraded “little silver box” on wheels holds a wood-burning pizza oven from Italy that turns out heavenly artisanal Neapolitan pizzas.

Hudson Valley Fisheries
This fishery has earned a cult following, and for good reason: Not only is its steelhead trout delicious, but it’s sustainably farmed. The farm boasts an agriculture system that converts fish waste into organic fertilizer, ensuring zero impact on the ocean and wild fish populations.

Madura Farms
Madura’s famous selection of mushrooms is the brainchild of Dan Jr., a fourth-generation Polish farmer who began cultivating fungi in 1977. You’ll also find necessities like cauliflower, potatoes, ginger, and a variety of greens, all grown in Madura’s signature rich black soil.

Raw Chocolate Love
A small bar with a big effect, Raw Chocolate Love is chocolate as it should be: 100% pure, raw, organic, and packed with antioxidants that nourish the mind, body, and soul. Chocolate lovers beware.

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Larchmont Farmers’ Market

Metro-North Upper Lot; Chatsworth Ave/Myrtle Blvd, Larchmont
Saturdays, 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. year-round

Can’t-Miss Vendors:

Arlotta Food Studio
The Arlotta family grows their olives on a small farm in California using traditional Italian methods. Customers can’t get enough of their organic olive oils and barrel-aged balsamic, the perfect complement to many items found at the market.

Eggcellent Quiche
Founders Charles and Linda have a love for cooking that began in childhood. Their range of quiches are loaded with fresh vegetables and rich custard in a delectable crust. Be sure to try the eggcellent barbecue sauce as well.

La Trafila Pasta
Owners Jiselle and Luigi Speranza are culinary geniuses with impressive resumés. Together, they have become a leading producer of fresh pasta for homes and restaurants, using ingredients imported from Italy in their handcrafted pasta, stuffed gnocchi, sauces, tiramisu, and cannoli. They are all about “the art of flour.”


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Ossining Farmers’ Market

Corner of Main & Spring St, Ossining
Saturdays, 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., year-round

Can’t-Miss Vendors:

Moondrop Gardens
Every artisan soap from Moondrop Gardens is creatively designed, uniquely fragranced, and specifically formulated with a conditioning recipe of butters and oils that leave your skin feeling nourished. Bars are silky, bubbly, and creamy. Enjoy a practical work of art every time you lather up.

Pickle Licious
Need something sweet but sour? The Pickle Lady from New Jersey offers pickles of all different flavors: hot and spicy, horseradish, kosher dill, sour, and sweet pickle chips. Voted the creator of the “Best Pickles” for eight years in a row, Pickle Licious founder Robyn Brown Samra (known as “The Pickle Lady”) sells pickles at farmers’ markets all over the state with daughters Alex and Taylor by her side.


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Nana’s Home Kitchen
Serop and Jasmin Mandjian, a.k.a. Coco and Nana, were high school sweethearts in Armenia who married a few years later. They’re serving up Middle Eastern classics including hummus and other spreads, chicken kababs grilled onsite, empanadas, and traditional desserts.

Pleasantville Farmers Market

Memorial Plaza, Pleasantville
Saturdays, 9:30 a.m. to noon (condensed winter hours) on Saturdays, open outdoors year-round

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Can’t-Miss Vendors:

Pikas Farm Table
Everything at Pikas is Belgian-inspired, from classic sugar waffles to quiches to rustic pot pies. Each item is made with local ingredients, all from scratch. Fresh ingredients arrive in the kitchen and are baked into meals on the same day.

Founder Preston Powell was inspired by tea’s significance in Asian cultures and karate training. His appreciation for the drink, as well as its medicinal and healthful properties, sparked the creation of Teagevity. This stand boasts winding lines and is known for its delicious brews.


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John Paulding School (154 Broadway), Tarrytown & Sleepy Hollow
Every Saturday From January 13-April 27, 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

DoughCo Bagels
In 2016, Josh Small moved out of New York to embark on an academic journey in the Midwest, where he first observed a depressing lack of quality bagels. From then on, it was his mission to create the best bagels and…DoughCo was born. This brand serves classics with love, with flavors like everything, poppy, sesame, rosemary salt, and more.

Bear Mountain Coffee Roasters
If you need to warm yourself up while scoping out the farmers’ market scene, this is the place to be. Pouring fresh-brewed coffee and hand-picked beans, these roasters also carry organic and single-origin grounds.

Sasha’s Seafood Stand
Sustainability is the name of the game for Sasha Skon, who brings sushi-grade tuna, fresh oysters, and crab cakes to our plates. This clean and ethically sourced seafood is a must-try if you’re a seafood lover.


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Gossett’s Farmers’ Market

1202 Old Post Rd, South Salem
Saturdays,9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Can’t-Miss Vendors: 

Cooperstown Cheese Company
Dairy from neighboring farms is used for creating these exceptionally tasty raw milk cheeses. Be sure to check out the exclusive Italian gouda, a delectable combination of parmesan and gouda, as well as the creamy Alpine.

South Salem Winery
Small batches of grapes, soft pressing, long fermentation, and barrel aging are some of the tricks that John Vuolo uses to create full-bodied, award-winning wines. Try chardonnay, cabernet sauvignon, or even the rosé of Zwiegelt.


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