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May 8, 2009 12:48 PM

Fulton Stall Market Opens 5/22

The Fulton Stall Market opens Friday, May 22nd for the season. See for details and purveyors.

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  1. Yay! Thanks for the notice! This is a quick 5 minutes from me.

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    1. re: DarthEater

      Ditto. Please report back on how it compares to Union Square Greenmarket.

      1. re: financialdistrictresident

        I happened to wander by inadvertently. It's okay. just a bit small. it seemed to be a lot of prepared foods and baked goods, not a lot of produce.

        1. re: Renguin

          Thanks, Renguin. Sounds like Union Square Greenmarket and Chinatown will continue to be the best options.

          1. re: financialdistrictresident

            I haven't been in town since it opened so hopefully I have time to check it out later on today. Maybe if more people patronize the place, farmers would be enticed to open up a stall there.

      2. Went today. These vendors were there:

        *Local Front Street and South Street merchants (Pasanella, Barbarini, Stonehouse Olive Oil)
        *Yummy Coffee (
        *Cupcake Express
        *Bread Alone
        *Artisan cheese and yogurt (
        *2 flower vendors
        *Shore Catch from NJ
        *Sang Lee Farms
        *Knoll Krest Farm
        *Hoboken Farms

        There was a good variety. No meat and a little light on produce which is what I usually buy the most. I bought some artisanal cheese, asparagus and an apple. They had fresh strawberries, but only in quart size containers. When I inquired they said they would not be offering pints. A quart is alot for one person. Nice to have another choice in the neighborhood. It won't replace Chinatown or the Union Square Greenmarket for me.

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        1. re: financialdistrictresident

          I went today as well and got some really tasty lemon squares. I think they were from Knoll Krest but I honestly didn't look at the name.

            1. re: DarthEater

              DarthEater, it was okay. Just one, No stinky cheeses. I tasted two and bought one. I prefer the artisanal vendor at Union Square.