When you’re looking for the freshest fruits, veggies, nuts, seeds, olive oils, honeys, and specialty food items, head to your local farmers market, where organic produce is plentiful and prices are usually cheaper than you’d find at your nearby grocery store.

Local farmers markets in Brooklyn offer everything from yummy baked goods and specialty coffees, to farm-fresh ingredients for preparing wonderful meals at home. You’ll be able to pick up most of your necessities for cooking, as well as other wonderful items like handcrafted wares and natural skin care products at most of these local farmers’ markets.

Wherever you live in Brooklyn, you’re sure to find a local farmers market that will supply you with a great variety of farm-fresh goodies, as well as keep your local community thriving. Some of these Brooklyn farmers’ markets take place on the weekend, and others are conveniently held mid-week, so you can replenish dwindling food supplies practically whenever you need to.

Here is a list of the most popular local farmers’ markets in Brooklyn…

Grand Army Plaza Greenmarket

This local farmers’ market is Greenmarket’s flagship farmers’ market in Brooklyn, and the second largest in Greenmarket’s program. Set at the northeast entrance of Prospect Park, the Grand Army Plaza Greenmarket enjoys a lovely location just steps from the Brooklyn Public Library, the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, and the Brooklyn Museum. At the Grand Army Plaza Greenmarket, you’ll find a large variety of produce and farm-fresh products, and you’ll be able to participate in cooking demonstrations every Saturday throughout the year.

Prospect Park West & Flatbush Avenue (Northwest Corner of Prospect Park)
Brooklyn, NY
212-788-7913
Saturdays, year round
8am to 4pm

Park Slope Farmer’s Market

Enjoy fresh produce, as well as specialty foods like soups, sauces, salsas, chocolate, chutneys, spreads, olive oils, and more at this local farmers’ market in Park Slope. Come meet with neighbors and discuss health and community with like-minded people, as you pick up baked goods, seasonal fruits and vegetables, and even wines to take back home.
4th Street at 5th Avenue – Park Slope
914-923-4837
Sundays, May 27th through December 30th
10am to 4pm

Red Hook Winter Market

The Red Hook Winter Market is a season farmers’ market in Brooklyn that takes place on Red Hook Community Farm. The Red Hook Winter Market accepts debit and credit cards for payment, as well as EBT.
580 Columbia Street (Red Hook Community Farm)
Brooklyn, NY 11232
845-582-3994
Saturdays, January through April
10am to 4pm

Harvest Home Farmers’ Market – Lutheran Market

Situated on the front steps of Lutheran Hospital, the Harvest Home Farmers’ Market – Lutheran Market provides a way for a predominantly immigrant local community to obtain fresh produce. Look for the season’s best yellow and Saturn Peaches, white nectarines, Shiro and Rosa plums, cherries, Honeycrisp and seasonal apples, apricots, and specialty food items.
Lutheran Way at 55TH Street (Between 1st & 2nd Avenue)
Brooklyn NY
212-828-3361
Thursdays, July 5th through November 155h
8am to 4pm

Greenpoint/ McCarren Park Greenmarket

The Greenpoint/ McCarren Park Greenmarket is a beloved Saturday farmers’ market in Brooklyn, and provides a way for local Brooklyners to mingle with neighbors and the farmers who grow their food. You’ll find an abundance of fresh fruits and vegetables, as well as local honeys, bakery items, and juices. Keep your eye out for cooking demonstrations, family-friendly activities, and local musicians.
Union Avenue (Between Driggs & N 12th Street)
Brooklyn, NY
212-788-7900
Saturdays, year round
8am to 3pm

Coutelyou Greenmarket

This local farmers’ market sits in a popular strip of restaurants and retail establishments on Coutelyou Road. Come every Sunday morning to this Brooklyn Greenmarket and fill your bags with fresh herbs, seasonal fruits and veggies, pastas, orchard juices, mushrooms, and other local delicacies grown in the Black Dirt area of Orange County, NY. You’ll also find cooking demos and activities for the kiddies like sing-a-longs.
Brooklyn, NYCortelyou Road & Rugby Road (Between Kensington and Ditmas Park)
212-788-7900
Sundays, year round
8am to 4pm

Windsor Terrace Greenmarket

In addition to a lovely supply of farm fresh produce, you’ll find community-driven activities at the Windsor Terrace Greenmarket like recipe exchanges and cooking demonstrations. Every Sunday, from 9am to 1pm, participate in GrowNYC’s Compost Collection program, which takes place at the Windsor Terrace Greenmarket.
11th Avenue (Between Sherman and Windsor Place)
Brooklyn, NY
212-788-7900
Sundays, July 8th through November 18th
9am to 3pm

Crown Heights Farmers’ Market

Stop by the Crown Heights Farmers’ Market to pick up farm-fresh product from RH Farms, as well as many other wonderful vendors. The Crown Heights Farmers’ Market accepts EBT/ SNAP, FMNP, and WIC. Get $2 in free Health Bucks when you spend $5.
510 Albany Avenue – Hamilton Metz Park
Brooklyn, NY
917-756-4202
Thursdays, year round
Noon to 7pm

Red Hook Farmers’ Market

Red Hook Community Farm hosts a local farmers’ market that is designed to stimulate social interaction in the community, while giving residents a way to access healthy food and real-life job training. Teens especially become involved in a Brooklyn farmers’ market that strives to meet the needs of its neighbors by accepting cash payments as well as EBT and debit/ credit card payments. Come and get your fill of farm-fresh produce, and help cycle money back into a program that supports stipends for youth participants.
580 Columbia Street (Red Hook Community Farm)
Brooklyn, NY
718-288-3455
Saturdays, June through October
10am to 3pm

Dumbo Farmers’ Market

Dumbo Farmers’ Market is a great place to shop for local honeys, potted herbs and plants, ornamental corn, organic fruits and vegetables, crafts, and even Christmas trees.
Main Street and Brooklyn Bridge Park
Brooklyn, NY
914-923-4837
Sundays, June through November
11am to 5pm

Bushwick Farmers’ Market

In addition to the Wednesday farmers’ market, look for satellite markets at Broadway and Halsey from 10am to 6pm on Thursdays, at the Bushwick Campus Farm Stand (Irving and Putnam) from noon to 4pm on Thursdays, and at Maria Hernandez Park (Knickerbocker at Star) from 9am to 4pm on Saturdays.
Broadway and Linden
Brooklyn, NY
www.bushwickfarmersmarket.org
Wednesdays, year round
10am to 6pm

High School for Public Service Youth Farm Market

This unique Brooklyn farmers’ market is actually a youth farm, which is the result of a partnership between the High School for Public Service and Green Guerillas, with support from the staff at BK Farmyards. The group has turned 1 acre into a thriving garden and educational farm, producing fresh food and flowers for the community.
600 Kingston
Brooklyn, NY

Harvest Home Coney Island Hospital

There is a great amount of community support for this local farmers’ market, which brings together the residents of South Brooklyn, as well as Brooklyn visitors who come to eat, shop, mingle, and enjoy the Coney Island neighborhood. You’ll find a wide variety of fresh fruits and vegetables, as well as specialty baked goods that reflect the African American, Italian American, Hispanic, and Russian cultures in the community.
Ocean Parkway (Between Avenue Z and Shore Road)
Brooklyn, NY
212-828-3361
Fridays, June 15th to November 16th
8am to 4pm

East New York Farmstand

Come to the East New York Farmstand and purchase homegrown produce, baked goods, specialty coffees, and more. Stick around for weekly live entertainment.
New Lots and Georgia Avenue
Brooklyn, NY
718-649-7979
Saturdays, year round
9am to 3pm

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