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Spring Markets in NYC

April 25, 2022 | 4 min Read

Spring is the perfect time of year to head outside and check out some of New York City’s best markets. From flowers, to greens, to antiques, there’s a market with something for everyone. These are just a few of the many markets that New York has to offer.

Down to Earth Markets

Down to Earth Markets manages two farmer’s markets in Manhattan and several others in various boroughs. Founder Miriam Haas started the company’s first farmer’s market in Ossining, NY in 1991. In the early nineties, farmers were routinely using a chemical spray, Alar, on apples grown in the Hudson Valley. Concerned by the unknown health effects Haas began connecting with farmers who did not use chemicals. Together they began selling chemical-free produce to shoppers at a weekly market.

Today Down to Earth Markets is a mission-driven Certified B Corp., which strives to create opportunities for local farmers and consumers to connect to celebrate food culture and community life.


Market open May 14 – December 17

Saturdays, 9:00AM – 2:00PM,

New York, NY

Sidewalk on North side of 23rd St., off 9th Avenue, New York, NY

Market Host: Church of the Holy Apostles

Founding Year: 2014

Morningside Park

Market open year-round

Saturdays, 9:00AM – 2:00PM

New York, NY

110th St. & Manhattan Ave

Market Host: Friends of Morningside Park

Founding Year: 2005

Spring Outdoor Market Day

Grab the ferry to Staten Island and check out Conference House Park’s historical architecture and shop Spring Outdoor Market Day, featuring handcrafted items, quilters, original artwork, attic and treasurers table, clothing, accessories, jewelry, children’s toys, and toys for pets. Conference House Park is located at the southernmost point of New York State, and it is home to four historic buildings that trace the history of the borough over the course of three centuries. So make sure to leave time to explore the park after shopping!

Great Lawn in Conference House Park

Staten Island, NY

Saturday, April 30, 2022

12:00 p.m.–4:00 p.m.

The Flower District

Better than a single market, the Flower District is a famous tiny stretch of flower markets on the west side of Manhattan. Little boutique florists line 28th Street between 6th and 7th Avenue. Each floral shop has a specialty, so check out more than just one to enjoy a unique array of fragrances and colors at affordable prices! When shopping in the Flower District it’s best to arrive early (7am) for the best pick of the day’s flowers.

New York’s Flower District
28th Street between 6th and 7th
New York, NY 10001

FAD Market

FAD (Fashion, Art and Design) Market is a traveling pop-up market that moves about the city to find new and vibrant locations to show off the works of its talented creatives. The goal of the market is to “create a thoughtfully curated platform for artists, designers and members of the public to meet, interact and together, discover the art and culture within our community.” The market has rotating vendors from New York and beyond whose creativity expresses itself in various mediums including handcrafted art, jewelry, apparel, bath and body care, tableware and home furnishings. The market is also accompanied by local food and beverage vendors.

In May you can find the market in two different places. For scheduling beyond May, see the FAD Market website.

FAD Mother’s Day Market

May 7+8 2022


Empire Stores

55 Water Street

Brooklyn, NY 11201


May 14+15 2022


The Invisible Dog

51 Bergen Street

Brooklyn, NY 11201

Chelsea Market

If you’re looking for a one-stop marketplace that has top-quality everything, the Chelsea Market in New York’s Meatpacking District is your market! Known as one of the greatest indoor food and retail marketplaces in the world, the Chelsea Market brings together a wide variety of distinctive merchants to create a lively, modern marketplace. Shop the region’s finest fishmonger, take home prime cuts of meat from one of the area’s best whole-animal butchers, load up on artisanal cheeses, fresh produce, and imported Italian dry goods.

The Chelsea Market

75 Ninth Avenue (between 15th & 16th St.)

New York, NY 10011

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