It's located on 3rd Avenue at 95th Street. You can take the 3rd Avenue bus or the R train to the end of the line.
I'm not sure if this Green Market also accepts WIC/EBT, but hopefully they will.
Here's some information about the vendors/farmers from the organizer. It's not guaranteed that all these farms/items will be there, but it's obviously very different and much higher-end than the Sunset Park market.
- Hector Perez, Alex Farm, Milford, NJ: apples, pears, tomatoes and assorted vegetables
- Water Bufalo di Vermont, Woodstock, VT: YOGURT, cheeses including the famous buffalo milk mozzarella, salami
- Bread Alone, Boiceville, NY: Thanksgiving satples like STUFFING mix, assorted breads to make your own, PIES, and too many varieties of cookies, muffins, scones, and more to name!
- American Seafood, Long Island: Scallops, swordfish, blue fish, clams, mussels, and MORE fresh caught wild fish from nearby waters
- Caral Farms, Goshen, NY: A wide assortment of vegetables grown in the vibrant mineral rich 'Black Dirt' of Orange County. , onions, potatoes, HERBS, carrots, and more!
- New York Beef, Lagrangville, NY: Multiple cuts of GRASS FED beef raised in New York. ****This week rancher John Gagliardi and his sons will be at the market to answer your questions about the grass-fed advantage.****
- Silvermine Apiary, Norwalk,CT: Andrew Cote is back with his luscious, local, RAW honey and soaps, too! For a decidedly new honey sensation try the !