New Rochelle Farmers’ Market- More than Just Farmers
05 Jun, 2014
By Loop Contributor
The power-packed New Rochelle Farmers Market is now open every Saturday.
SCHEDULE Saturday June 7th
9:00 am Market Opens
11:00 am – Noon Children’s Entertainment
11:00 am Market Cooking Demonstration
12:00 noon Live Music begins Byron Tela
2:00 pm Market Closes for the Day
Market Vendors this Saturday:
Backstreet Gallery Original Art & Posters
Bobolink Dairy & Bakehouse Specialty Cheeses and Artisanal Breads
Captain Lawrence Brewery Micro Brewed Beers
Eden Fresh Mediterranean Artisan foods, humus, falafel,etc.
Ferrari Craft Beer Micro Brewed Beers
Luscious Little Dessert Co. Baked goods
Migliorelli Farms Vegetables and Orchard Fruit
Monroe Culinary – Dining Lab Special Tastes from Monroe’s Culinary School
NR Artisans Local artisan crafts
NY Vineyards/AOC Wines Wine
Pain Le Bris Artisanal Bread
Pura Vida Fisheries Seafood
R&R Produce Naturally grown vegetables and Orchard Fruits
Ready Set Sharp Knife Sharpening
Sorell Sources Specialty Cheese, Meats, Organic Poultry and Eggs
Sweet Things & Wild Thyme Local Honey, Syrup and Body Products
Vita Pulita Natural soap and body products
Young Tycoons Sweets & Treats-Popcorn & Cotton Candy Stand
Zest Foods Pickles, Spices & Teas
Market Spotlight Ready, Set, Sharp
What’s not to like about a knife sharpening business whose motto is “Where there’s never a dull moment”?
Matthew J. Westall of Ready Set Sharp will be at our Market on the first Saturday of every month with big, powerful belts to sharpen and any restore any blade that might need help—and, of course, we’re talking chef’s knives, but also scissors, cleavers, pairing and boning knives.
Dine on the Green
Da Giovanni Italian cuisine- Italian food the way Italians like it can always be found at downtown’s Da Giovanni II. Dine on some of their traditional festival favorites this Saturday.
Agua Fresca Mexican cuisine- Chef Adrian Leon creates traditional Mexican and Latino dishes infused with the dynamic, sophisticated flavors he mastered in New York City’s finest restaurants. Born in Mexico City, Adrian acquired his passion for food while learning traditional Mexican cooking from his mother.
The Crepe Stand French cuisine- Students from the French American School prepare traditional French crepes with sugar and lemon, Nutella, cheese ham and eggs. More>
This Saturday’s children’s entertainment provided by
Kurt invites the crowd to clap, slap, shake, spin, stomp & sing along, as he performs on his guitar, ukulele, jaw harp, slide whistle, lumberjack puppets & other musically silly stuff.
11:00 am – 12 noon FREE
Byron Tela , a.k.a. NOESIS – meaning an intelligent vision, describes his music as experimental interpretive compositions. He mixes a range of different styles of music, producing a melodic improvisation which results in a composition of his own creative making. What joins it all together is a Mediterranean sound, using flamenco rhythms as background and rock solo guitar. 12 noon FREE