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Easton Farmer's Market, Easton
(4.3/5 based on 70+ reviews on the web)
Open Air Markets:

Saturdays, 10 am - Noon, Jan - Apr, at 30 N Fourth St.

Saturdays, 9am-1pm, May - Nov in Centre Square

For more information call: 610-330-9942
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • The farmer's market was renovated and now it's ready to shine! Delicious pastries, very good pulled pork sandwiches and super noodle bowls are ready for you, it is just a matter of deciding what to ha...  more »
  • Since 1752 farmers have sold their produce in Easton"s Centre Square. Today this tradition continues on Wednesday evenings and Saturday mornings. Venders sell fresh vegetables, fruit, organically rais...  more »
  • This market brings many suburban Eastonians to the center of our town. It will be an indoor market during the cold winter. They sell everything in the way of local produce and bakeries. A boon for dow...  more »
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  • America‚Äôs Longest Continuous Running Open-Air Market, established in 1752. Great local vendors with delicious produce, meats, dairy products, salsas and sauces, and other hand made items like soaps. Kid and dog friendly. Parking has never been an issue for us. It can get a little crowded at times.
  • I and my husband visited this farmers market for the first time. We drove quite a distance to visit. We were disappointed. First, I expected it to be much larger. Second, this market is extremely expensive. All the stands have very high prices. This is not a great place for shopping for that reason. I can understand organic and local grown being more expensive; but, not at this extreme mark-up. I find Easton's turn around really encouraging from what we saw in improved development. I feel bad for many of the more economically challenged in the neighborhood. There is no way that the can shop at this venue.
  • Great Market! The foods are fresh and delicious no matter which vendor you visit.
  • So many great vendors. Lemonade and Olive rolls for life.
  • Beautiful, outdoor setting and a huge variety of fresh, local goods. Fresh roasted coffee, smoothies, cheese, bakery bread, raw honey, mushrooms, organic veggies galore.. You'll often pay more but the quality and freshness will completely spoil grocery stores and helping local farmers feels good.