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Jul 21, 2011 05:04 AM

does Tuckahoe still have a farmer's market?

I recall that last year, Tuckahoe had a farmer's market on Sundays in Depot Square. Is that still the case? I can't find anything about it. Also, there used to be a mini-farmer's market - just one stand - at the beverage store on route 22 on Thursdays. It doesn't seem to be there this year, which is really disappointing. I shopped there a lot last summer. Is there anything else in the Eastchester/Scarsdale/Tuckahoe area on weekdays?

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  1. A couple of vendors at the White Plains Market told me that they were going to be at the
    Tuckahoe market on Sunday. The Scarsdale market is on Saturday.

    1. Its still there on Sundays. Small and not sure how much of a real farmer's market it is (they were selling mangoes last week) but the corn was excellent. FWIW, Bronxville has a ok market on Saturdays, but some of the veg (particularly radishes & greens) are excellent.

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      1. re: rjbh20

        Yep, I know about the Bronxville one, and shop there sometimes. Saturday mornings are not very convenient though, and I find the Bronxville market to be incredibly yuppified and overpriced. Lots of people selling smelly soap and fancy jarred sauces.

        1. re: rgny

          Unless things have recently changed "Westchester Greenhouses" was the only vendor at the Tuckahoe market most of their produce comes from hunts point.
          Edit: come to think of it I may have noticed a few additions while driving by

          1. re: chowdom

            Bob the bread man who is at White Plains said that he ws going to be in Tuckahoe. They have a very nice selection of artisanal breads.