Just because the cold weather has descended on Long Island doesn’t mean you have to give up going to local farmers markets. Here we list four that are still going strong throughout the winter.
Huntington Winter Farmers Market - Get your farm fix in the off-season. Since 2010, the Huntington Winter Farmers’ Market has provided Long Island residents with a direct source of local produce and goods during the winter months. Visitors will find items ranging from hydroponic greens to artisan breads and vegan treats and everything in between. The market is open on Sundays from 9am - 1pm, December through March. Location: 423 Park Avenue, Huntington, (631) 944-2661.
Crossroads Farm Farmers Market - Crossroads Farmers Market with over 20 local concessionaires. Cheeses, bread, baked goods, seafood, coffee, craft brewers, spirits, dog treats, handmade soaps, pickles, condiments, spices, jams, fudge, local produce and much more. Crossroads Farm Stand will be selling our own NOFA certified organic produce farm grown in Malverne. Farmers Market 9am to 1pm every Saturday. Location: 480 Hempstead Avenue, Malverne, (516) 881-7900.
The Garden Farmers Market of Patchogue - The Garden Farmers Market is a year-round, full weekend, farmers market and craft fair featuring over 25 different vendors on a weekly basis. Open every Saturday and Sunday from 10am - 2pm. Market is located in a heated greenhouse for the winter. More than just a Farmers Market, they feature different food trucks, live music, and fun activities for the whole family. Dog friendly as well, so bring your furry friends along. Location: 67 Avery Avenue, Patchogue.
The Port Jefferson Winter Farmers Market - Annual farmers market every Sunday from January 2, 2021 through April 25, 2022, 10am - 2pm in the Port Jefferson Village Center. Location: 101 E Broadway, Port Jefferson, (631) 473-4724.