The Fulton Stall Market (the farmers’ market that’s coming to South Street Seaport) has announced the lineup of vendors that’ll be in place when it opens May 22 and May 23 (the market will be open on Fridays and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.). Each vendor will occupy a former fish-market stall along South Street, and the operation will be overseen by Sara Weeks Dima, a former GM at City Bakery. Here’s the press release’s vendor descriptions. Will there be coffee and cupcakes? Oh yes!
Bread Alone, Boiceville, N.Y. - Their European-style, organic breads and handcrafted pastries have been baked fresh each daily in their Hudson Valley bakery for over 25 years.
Breezy Hill Orchard/Knoll Krest Farm, Staatsburg, NY - A New York farmer’s market favorite known for their pears, apples, cider, eggs, fresh pasta and baked goods.
Cupcake Express, New York, N.Y. - Named #1 cupcake by the New York Post, they bake and ice their cupcakes fresh each day, with 100% pure butter and 100% pure love.
Flora Perfecta, Tillson, N.Y. - Their cut roses, lilies and stock flowers have been a Union Square market favorite for almost 20 years. All flowers are locally grown year-round at their greenhouses outside New Paltz.
Hoboken Farms, Hoboken, N.J. - Founded in 1992, they specialize in delicious, small batch offerings such as creamy mozzarella, homemade ravioli and gourmet entrees crafted with farm fresh ingredients.
Il Brigante, New York, N.Y. - A Seaport local, they offer a range of imported Italian specialties including unique sauces, pastas, vinegars and homemade dishes from their kitchen to yours.
New York Winestand - Made possible by the New York Wine & Grape Foundation, they feature a rotating selection of winegrowers from Long Island, the Finger Lakes, the Hudson River Valley as well as other regions. In addition, there are plans to host several chef demonstrations pairing local foods with wine.
Sang Lee Farms, Peconic, N.Y. - Family-owned since the 1940s, they grow unique baby greens, heirloom tomatoes and Asian-inspired mesclun mixes. They also make their own sauces, chutneys, and soups, all from their certified organic farm.
Shore Catch, Long Beach Island, N.J. - Bringing the fish back to the fish market, they’re known for their fresh fish and shellfish.
Stony Hill Farm Market, Chester, N.J. - This family-owned and operated farm offers Garden State fruits, vegetables, plants, and baked goods.
Valley Shepherd Creamery, Long Valley, N.J. - Producers of more than 20 varieties of artisan cheese and yogurt made from the milk of over 500 sheep that roam their dairy farm.
Yummy Coffee, New York, N.Y. - Roasting their artisan beans by hand in small batches, this caffeine vendor donates all profits to the autism community. With the finest fair trade, organic and Rainforest Alliance certified coffees, they are changing children’s lives, one sip at a time.