Farmers Markets in NYC

Do you love Farmer’s Markets as much as we do? There are so many Farmer’s Markets in NYC that its hard to pick just one as a favorite. We found a really helpful site that tellsĀ  you all you need to know about the markets in NYC. Check out which ones are open now here, http://www.grownyc.org/ourmarkets

Farmer’s markets not only bring the freshest produce to city folks, they also have fresh meats, baked goods, and herbs and spices.

Don’t forget to bring your Manhattan Portage bag to carry your farm fresh goods home in! Here is our favorite Tote to bring to the Farmer’s Markets:

The Windbreaker Tote Bag

Inspired by the outdoors, the new Manhattan Portage Windbreaker collection is a revamp of a classic. An urban spin on the classic tote bag, this lightweight Windbreaker tote is designed to carry around everything you need in style rain or shine.

What’s your favorite farmers market?

One thought on “Farmers Markets in NYC

  1. It’s a pain to get to Long Island from Manhattan and it’s not easy to actually get anorud LI if you don’t have a car. Yes, Manhattan is expensive, but there are cheap(ish) places to shop (and many have sales often) such as:Loehmann’sMacy’sTop ShopH M (a must)Forever 21 (also a must)Century 21StrawberryFor hostels/hotels you could get an okay priced room (depending on how you define okay priced’ these are all about $80-125) Try the Red Roof Inn, Howard Johnson Express Inn, Chelsea Lodge, Chelsea Savoy, Apple Cores Hotels, Holiday Inn. Make sure, though, that you can check in by yourself if you’re only 16 (you usually can).If you stay in a hostel in a good area, it will be safe (and if you’re vigilant!) Try: Chelsea Lodge and the Vanderbilt YMCA.Have fun!!!

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