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Everything sold at this family-run market comes from their 20-acre farm in East Hampton or from local purveyors. The market is best known for prepared foods (think pan-seared local sea scallops, ziti with meat sauce and chicken salad) and homemade baked goods like fresh-out-of-the-oven chocolate-chip cookies and apple pies.
184 Three Mile Harbor Rd., East Hampton
While there was some trepidation when Eli Zabar took over this historical market, few people can deny that he revamped it for the better. Run in partnership with the Peconic Land Trust (a nonprofit dedicated to conserving Long Island?s working farms and natural lands), Amagansett Farmers Market offers a wide selection of produce grown and raised on both the North and South Forks. Shout out to the flaky pastries and bagels!
367 Main St., Amagansett
In addition to farm-fresh fruits and vegetables, Milk Pail boasts one of the most gorgeous flower- and plant-filled nurseries. (We’ll be snagging some roses and decorative planters.) They also stock artisanal local condiments, including nut butters, honey and maple syrup.
1346 Montauk Hwy., Water Mill
If you’re looking for a true reprieve from the city bustle, skip the of-the-moment trendy restaurants and make a beeline for one of the East End’s many farmers markets. Not only do you get to actively support the people growing your food, but there’s also no competing with the flavor of just-harvested produce.
Here’s a look at four not-to-miss markets in the area.
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