The New Orleans Jazz and Swing band, Baby Soda, will be playing from 12-3 PM at our Outdoor Market this Sunday, August 18th, on Pier 16!
Summer CSA Farm Share
You can join anytime!
FSM is listed in
Washington Post’s article
“A guide to local favorites in the Seaport District Manhattan”!
INDOOR FARMERS MARKET STORE -
91 South St., bet. Fulton & John Sts., Seaport District, open daily 11:30 am to 6:00 pm. offers local food products from over 100 farmers and small-batch specialty food producers from the NY region in a friendly, non-profit community marketplace in a historic Seaport building.
Available in the FSM indoor market:
“Local-to-Go” soups and sandwiches made daily from our farmers’ high quality products, rich Brooklyn Roasting coffee and espresso drinks (hot and iced), and unique fresh baked goods made on-site!
COMMUNITY SUPPORTED AGRICULTURE (CSA) SUMMER FARM SHARE PROGRAM - 91 South St., Thursdays, 5:30-8:00 pm, June 20 - September 12. Join anytime! Choose from 13 CSA share options from nine local farmers and producers including Hudson Valley “black dirt” Summer vegetables, weekly rotations of just-caught L.I. seafood, sustainable farmed Catskill poultry and meats, Vermont cheeses, and specialty Pennsylvania mushrooms. Cost pro-rated based on # of weeks. Meet your Seaport and Lower Manhattan neighbors!
SUNDAY OUTDOOR MARKET, Pier 17 Square -
11 am-5pm. The market kicks off its fifth season on April 28 with a rotating cast of local small-batch specialty food producers in a spectacular waterfront setting between Pier 17’s new restaurants and Riverdecks and the South Street Seaport Museum’s historic ships!
The market is linked to the NYC Economic Development Corporation’s citywide network of historic Indoor Public Markets in the Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan and Queens, whose many small-scale food producers and vendors represent a cross-section of NYC’s immigrant food cultures and cuisines. We encourage you to visit these fascinating urban marketplaces!
Fulton Stall Market is a multi-faceted public market that connects regional farmers and producers with the growing Lower Manhattan community. Located in the historic district where the city’s public markets began in the 1700's, it's a first step toward development of a multiple-vendor indoor public market for the community featuring local local farm and food products and educational programming that celebrates the region’s food producers and the Seaport District's vibrant market history. The market is operated by the Fulton Market Assn., Inc., a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.