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Dutch Country Farmer's Market, Laurel

(4.7/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
Dutch Country Farmer's Market is located in Laurel. Plan to visit Dutch Country Farmer's Market and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Laurel attractions using our Laurel holiday planner.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • A 2nd stop at the Dutch Country Farmers Market was just as nice as the 1st. Tried the bacon and egg salted pretzel and lemonade from one stand that was excellent and then over to a bakery for a nice k...  more »
  • Love their wings and potatoes wedges... Also, great place for fresh vegetables and fresh spices. Also, good selection of sugar free chocolate.  more »
  • Excellent produce!This weekly marketplace does not disappoint. It continues to provide quality-looking and quality tasting fruits and vegetables. Be prpared for long lines, especially around the holid...  more »
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  • The food is amazing. You can literally taste the freshness in ever bite. The workers are friendly and very helpful. I can do majority of my grocery shopping here. From fried chicken to pretzels to cheesecakes, they make it hard to say no.
  • Whenever we have guests from out of the area, we always take them here. There is definitely something for everyone, from the (FRESH!!) meat counter, to the (FRESH!!) produce, to cheeses, pickles, bakery items (including AMAZING donuts), and smoothies, pretzels, ice cream, and more (a restaurant!). This market is delicious and wonderful. The parking lot seems big, but during the middle of the market hours, parking is a hot commodity. My suggestion is to go close to closing or arrive right at opening to have the easiest time getting in and out.
  • The fruits and vegetables are good but I tried their cakes , the quality is really bad and pricy! Some of the stuff says organic and it's not so its disappoints me.... The quality of most of the products is very low!!! Customer service is excellent. Never tried their meat since I m vegetarian.
  • If you can go on Thursday or Friday, it will be much less crowded since they're only open 3 days a week. They have so many delicious treats including - Hot soft pretzels and stuffed pretzel sandwiches (cash only) - Doughnuts and sweet desserts and pastries - Breads - Snacks, candy, fancy chocolates, fudge, dried soups, jellies, jams, and dried spices - Cheeses (with free samples of ALL of them - including strawberry champagne cheddar, or gouda with bacon) - Pickles - Various fried foods and cooked meats to bring home a prepared dinner or eat there (they have tables to sit at) - A giant counter of raw meats (poultry, pork, beef, sausage, dried meats, sliced lunchmeat, and bones to name a few) - Dairy with homemade ice cream, milk, yogurt, and more - Fresh vegetables (mostly in-season veggies)
  • I love this place. It is addictive. I love their spicy drumsticks, budder- brickle ice cream, apple cider, garlic pickles, gingerbread, white potato salad. They have the freshest ground turkey and spicy turkey sausage I've ever had. This place has become a weakly (weekly) indulgence.