We have been participating in the Legion Park Farmers Market for 5 years and love our market community very much. The market, managed by Urban Oasis Project, takes place every Saturday from 9am - 2pm in the Legion Park (6601 Biscayne Boulevard) in the historic MiMo District in the Upper East Side. The Legion Park has beautiful old oak trees lining a walkway to the Biscayne Bay, which is where the market vendors set up their varied stalls.
While our market may be small it is filled with amazing small businesses that are passionate about high quality local food. Our market is a producer only market when it comes to farms, so all produce sold there is guaranteed grown locally and responsibly (many markets welcome vegetable resellers who don't grow or sell any local produce). Non-farm vendors include a butcher, empanada makers, bakeries, kombucha & fermented goods, fresh made juices, soaps and body products, and ready made foods.
For more information on the market and vendors visit their Facebook page. As of September 2020 the market is closed due to Covid 19 concerns however it should be reopening by Saturday October 31st. Keep an eye on our calendar page for its reopening and our participation.
While the products we bring to market vary based on the time of year it is we do our best to bring a wide range of high quality produce & groceries to the market every weekend. The most popular items we sell are locally grown salad ingredients from French Farms, sourdough loaves from Zak the Baker, pasture raised local eggs, and plants from our nursery. We also make and sell tinctures, fermented foods like sauerkraut and kimchi, and herb & edible flower mixes from our flower gardens. We pack a variety of our most popular veggie gardening plants for market every week and we bring with us seed packets, organic fertilizer, and hand tools so you can stop by and grab whatever you may need for your weekend gardening to-do list.