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The outdoor farmers' or green markets in Manhattan offer New Yorkers fresh produce from the region. Produces include a wide choice of fruits, vegetables, meat, poultry, fish, preserves, baked goods, and cheeses. Some of the markets operate weekly while others operate more frequently. Even if you have no intention to purchase, it is still worth visiting a farmers' market in Manhattan and experience its lively atmosphere.

Union Square Greenmarket, New York City

Union Square Greenmarket by WSTM

The largest and most well-known farmers' market in Manhattan is the Union Square Greenmarket at Union Square in Midtown Manhattan. More than 140 producers participate in this farmers' market on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Besides the wide variety of fresh produce, you will also find other food items here such as cider, pickles, jams, gourmet meat, cut flowers, and maple syrup.

Union Square Greenmarket, New York CIty

Union Square Greenmarket by Schlamniel

Another interesting market is the monthly New Amsterdam Market at the Old Fulton Fish Market in Downtown Manhattan's South Street. The market is also a farmers' market and includes wholesalers, distributors, and importers besides producers. Other farmers' markets are at Bowling Green (Tuesday and Thursday), near the Port Authority Bus Terminal (Thursday), Abingdon Square (Saturday), TriBeCa (Saturday and Wednesday), and Tucker Square (Thursday and Saturday). 

New Amsterdam Market, New York City

New Amsterdam Market by Kristen Taylor

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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