(via press release)
The 7th season of the popular Garden Street Farmers’ Market will kick off on Saturday, May 5th at the Garden Street Mews on 14th and Garden Streets in uptown Hoboken, N.J.
The yearly outdoor market – which features a number of locally grown and organic products, music and street games – will take place every Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. through December 22nd on the cobblestone pedestrian plaza created by Bijou Properties.
The 2018 Garden Street Farmers’ Market will be a one-stop destination for food, fun and excitement for families with children of all ages in Hudson County. The market offers fresh locally grown and organic fruits and vegetables, herbs, eggs, chicken, meats, French bakery, cheese, prepared foods, pressed juices, olives, pickles, hummus/spreads, pasta, fresh cut flowers, fresh squeezed lemonade, gluten-free/grainless baked goods and other tasty treats.
Returning vendors for the 7th season include Stony Hill Farms, Hoboken Farms, Choc o Pain, JC Fish Stand, Pickle Licious, Cotton Cattle Co, Schnackenberg’s, Lizzmonade, Romarsi Pesto, Good.Mood.Foods, Paolo’s Kitchen, VEGBAR and Hudson Table, which will once again be conducting Live Chef Demonstrations, bi-weekly starting opening day. Little Free Library and its take a book – share a book program will also be back in 2018. The Little Free Library stand can be found near the music tent.
New vendors at The Garden Street Farmers’ Market will include organic farmer Chickadee Creek Farm, Bucket & Bay, Alfalfa Salad and Valley Shepherd Creamery.
Situated on a pedestrian-only area of Garden Street between 14th and 15th Streets in Hoboken, the Garden Street Farmers’ Market is ideally located near public transportation, including the NY Waterway Ferry and NJ Transit Busses. Its prime uptown location also provides easy access to fantastic public family amenities such as the Hoboken Cove Parks and Waterfront Walkway, 15th Street Soccer Fields and a number of playgrounds.
The Garden Street Farmers’ Market is sponsored by Bijou Properties, a locally-based developer who has been responsible for converting a stretch of uptown Hoboken, N.J. into Hudson County’s first “green” neighborhood.
For additional information on the Garden Street Farmers’ Market, please visit www.gardenstreetfarmersmarket.com.