This list has been updated to reflect 2015 dates and hours of operation
White Plains Downtown Farmer’s Market
The White Plains market hosts between 15-40 vendors during their weekly Wednesday sales. Popular items include veggies, breads, cheeses, and smoked sausages. Insiders recommend getting to the market early (vendors open for business at 8:30 am and stay until 4 pm) for the freshest selection of locally-grown berries. Live folk music is also provided by local nonprofit group Volunteer Music. The market runs until November 5. Visit their site below for more information.
Court Street between Main Street and Martine Avenue White Plains
Wednesdays, 8 am-4 pm, 4/29 to 11/5; cityofwhiteplains.com/index.aspx?NID=432
Pleasantville Farmers Market
The Best of Westchester-winning Pleasantville Farmers Market is the largest in the county, with more than 50 vendors and indoor and outdoor locations. Located in the heart of Westchester County, this destination features only actual producers, no middlemen. In addition to the extensive selection of local produce, food, and drink, the market features weekly programming such as live music, events for kids, culinary demos, and health and fitness talks.
Memorial Plaza (next to Metro-North train station), Pleasantville
Saturdays, 8:30 am-1 pm, 5/23 to 11/21; pleasantvillefarmersmarket.org
Pleasantville Middle School, 40 Romer Avenue, Pleasantville
Saturdays 9 am-1 pm, 12/6 to 5/9; pleasantvillefarmersmarket.org
Hastings Farmers’ Market
Featuring vendors from Westchester and the surrounding counties, you’ll find locally made breads, chutneys, pesto, small batch ales (yes, they come in growlers!), European-style pastries and desserts, and just about every kind of fresh produce imaginable. This market only runs through November, so be sure to plan a trip soon.
Hastings Library parking lot, 7 Maple Avenue, Hastings
Saturdays, 8:30 am-1 pm, 5/30 to 11/21; hastingsfarmersmarket.org
Bronxville Farmers’ Market
Bronxville’s market, a proud member of the New York State Farmers’ Market Federation, features produce from local farms and around 40 vendors from the region. Look for grass-fed meat produces, local honey and maple syrup, fish from Montauk, locally brewed beer, and homemade desserts. And humans aren’t the only ones who can find goodies here—look for healthy dog treats for family members of the four-legged, canine variety.
Stone Pl at Paxton Avenue, Bronxville
Saturdays, 8:30 am-1 pm, 5/9 to 11/21; bronxvillefarmersmarket.com
John Jay Homestead Farm Market
400 Jay Street/Route 22, Katonah
Saturdays, 9 am-1 pm, 6/13 to 10/31; johnjayhomestead.org/whattosee/farmmarket.html
Down To Earth Markets
Down to Earth Markets bring together two kinds of vendors: local farmers and area food makers who source from local farms to bring the best product to shoppers. These markets take also feature qualified food producers which supports regional agriculture. Down to Earth holds several markets across the county.
Parking lot on Theodore Fremd Ave
Sundays, 8:30 am–2 pm, 5/24 to 12/6
Parking Lot on the corner of Spring St & Main St
Saturdays, 8:30 am-1 pm 5/23 to 12/19
Huguenot Park/Twin Lakes, North Ave & Eastchester Rd
Fridays, 8:30 am-2:30 pm, 6/6 to 11/20
Metro North Parking Deck off Chatsworth Ave
Saturdays, 8:30 am-1 pm, 5/9 to 12/19
3 Municipal Pl Croton-on-Hudson
Sundays, 9 am-2 pm, 05/10 to 11/20