Garden Street Farmers Market 2014

Hoboken Garden Street Farmers Market begins June 7, 2014

Back again and better than ever for 2014 – and with a new name! The Garden Street Farmers Market (formerly the Hoboken Family Farmers Market) is located at the Garden Street Mews, a pedestrian plaza at 14th & Garden Street in Hoboken, NJ. It runs from June 7thst to November 29th from 9am-2pm every Saturday. The Mews was created through the efforts of Bijou Properties to create more public open space and an interactive community.

Garden Street Farmers Market Hoboken NJ 2014

Locally grown produce, eggs, flowers and more

The Market will include locally grown and organic produce, eggs, breads, seafood, pickles, jams, olive oil, baby food, organic dog treats, healthy green drinks, prepared foods, olives, Popsicles, flowers, lemonade, pies, coffee and much more.

Participating vendors in the 2014 market will include Stony Hill Farms, Poplar Wood Farm, MO Green, Hoboken Farms, Paolos Kitchen, Give Peas A Chance, Picklelicious, Country Gourmet, Amanda Banana, Choc-O-Pain Bakery, Hoboken Historical Museum and Christina Anderson Floral Design.

The market will also feature Dark Side of the Moo exotic meats food truck. They’ll be making breakfast sandwiches, burgers and sausages all season long.

Each week, there will be music, activities and street games for kids as well as arts, crafts and more!

Located just a few blocks from NY Waterway ferry, the New Hoboken Cove Parks / Water Walkway, 15th Street Soccer Field, and a variety of playgrounds, the market provides a one-stop destination for fun for families throughout Hudson County. The market is pet friendly and a smoke free environment.

Check it out the newly launched Garden Street Farmers Market web site here: gardenstreetfarmersmarket.com.

The annual market is brought to you by Bijou Properties.

Garden Street Farmers Market Hoboken NJ 14th Street

3 Responses

  1. NorthKrissy says:

    Love this market. Gives us reason to wake early on Saturdays to get best pick.

  2. sunnybrook says:

    Some observations. Vendors at the market are generally reliable, if not usually overpriced.

    That said, the entire 5 hours is a complete shit show. Here’s the typical rundown:

    –Area is normally filled/blocked off by stroller brigade families who have no courtesy or regard for others (i.e. those without kids). Hint: Keep the strollers out of the mews and off to the side buildings so all can move about!

    –In past years, this “market” seems to have been turned into some sort of playpen with clowns, cartoon artists, and face painters. The organizers need to make up their mind – is this a real farmers market or a goddamn Chuck-E-Cheese.

    –Consider extending hours to avoid points 1 & 2 above. This would give the other residents in hoboken a chance to patronize the event without either being boxed out by strollers and 5 years olds running about ,or displaced by the hired help!

  3. Ricardo Roig says:

    Will be at the market with my custom framed limited edition hand cut screen prints and a new ink wash drawing of the Waiting Room at Lackawanna terminal. The new framer at 1028 Washington St. put together some nice pieces and looking forward to showing them tomorrow. RicardoRoig.com for more info. Thanks to the Garden Street Farmer’s Market for offering an opportunity for local art to open a conversation with its community.

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