America's Oldest, Continuous Open-Air Market, est. 1752

Saturdays, 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
(First Hour Reserved for those with underlying health conditions and ages 65+)
On the Riverfront at Scott Park
130 Larry Holmes Drive, Easton, PA

Free Parking - Rain or Shine - EBT Accepted

None of us quite knew what to expect on opening day, as the sun shone brightly on the Delaware, and the falls roared in the background. Our farmers scurried about stacking produce, and bakers piled their display cases with still-warm bread.

We stood at the confluence of two beautiful rivers and silently wondered to ourselves, will they come? Though we were just a few blocks from the Circle, everything felt different. We were feeling the weight of so much change.

But soon enough, Larry Holmes Drive began to fill with shoppers - and we all breathed a collective sigh of relief as folks lined up, market bags in hand. Though so much had changed, the sprit of EFM remained. It may have been under masks, and held at a six foot distance, but it was there. In all of you. With your patient smiling eyes, and your words of thanks and encouragement. You were there to support our farmers and buy the food you love and trust. And though the waits were far longer than we would have liked, and we all felt like we were riding a bike for the first time, we did it. You did it. And we THANK YOU.

We know everything wasn't perfect, and when we return to the riverfront tomorrow, you'll encounter some positive changes. We listened to your feedback and worked hard to improve the market's layout and flow. We'll maintain two entrances and exits but there will be a continuous path that will take you through the entire market, and you can loop around as many times as you like. We've spread out a bit more, created merge lanes and improved signage. And there will be no waiting in a second line. We're asking folks to shop alone, if possible, but pairs are fine too. We'll wear our masks to protect you, and ask that you wear
your masks to protect us. Maintain six-foot distancing and enjoy your shopping trip. Our wish is that you'll not only feel safe, but also feel a little bit of the normalcy that we're all craving right now.

Free Parking for Scott Park
How to Get to the Parking Lots:
Since Larry Holmes Drive will be closed to traffic during the market hours, you'll need to access the parking lots at Ferry & Second Streets (turn right off of Ferry St., just past the US Post Office), or via Green and Northampton Streets (turn at the Grand Eastonian Hotel).
Vendor Spotlights
Our vendors are doing everything they can to adapt to the changing retail marketplace. Many of them are now offering phone-in and online ordering for market pick-up.
Grown with Love
Fresh Produce, Plants & Flowers
Salvaterra's Gardens
USDA Certified Organic
Swiss chard is new this week, and one of Jess' favorite spring time vegetables. This is one of her go-to recipes:

Other veggies on the menu this weekend include lettuce mix, arugula (great with some Blue Bell cheese from Valley Milkhouse), spinach, parsley, green kale, red kale, tuscan kale, Swiss chard, collards, scallions, radishes, red leaf and green leaf head lettuce. And... more cherry tomatoes - woohoo!


Peace Tree Farm
Organic Plants - Expert Advice and Gifts for Mom!
Let Peace Tree Farm help you grow your own food. They'll have all the ingredients needed to grow your own organic salad garden. Candy and Lloyd have been growing herbs since 1983. Rosemary, thyme, sage, tarragon, lemon grass, winter savory, to name a few. Their basil is legendary. First time planting a garden? Candy and Lloyd are there to share their expertise.

And remember to take time to smell the flowers. Peace Tree specialize in the unusual like Black Velvet Petunias, scented geraniums, and Blue Zebra primulas. Don’t forget the lavender! Peace Tree's is Phenomenal! 
Scholl Orchards
Family Owned Since 1948
Asparagus has finally arrived at Scholl's - perfect on the grill or roasted in the oven. There's plenty of Rhubarb too (how about a pie for Mom?).
Also on the table this week... golden and red beets, cabbage, carrots, onions, potatoes (red and white), radishes, sweet spring scallions, shallots, sweet potatoes, winter squash, and lots of apples and pears.

CLICK HERE for Thirty Great Ways to Use Asparagus from FOOD & WINE.
The Backyard Growers
EFM's Longest Running Vendor
Brighten Mom's weekend with Marigolds! Richard is known for his wide selection (and reasonable prices). Choose from: Durango Bolero, Durango Yellow, Janie Bright Yellow and Janie Deep and Orange Bonanza Bolero - curious now, aren't you?
And you can always count on Richard for some good gardening advice too! You'll also find Riviera Lobelia, Cocktail Begonia, Bacopa, Cool Wave Pansies, and Gerbera daisies. And for Mother's Day Cape Primrose! Plus pots of curly leaf parsley and strawberry plants.
Cabbage Throw Farm
Certified Organic by NJ Dept. of Ag
With an acre of vegetable gardens fully planted, Farmer Dean and Emily celebrated a small agricultural milestone this week. Summer vegetable planting defined their week as cucumbers, zucchini, and Jersey tomatoes took their place in the gardens. Summer may be on its way, but tender spring vegetables will be coming to market this weekend. Market offerings include Baby Salad Greens, Chard, Hakurei Turnips, Tatsoi and good ol’ spring Spinach. Grab Bags are still available for preorder online until Friday 7pm while supplies last. Visit their tent riverside and pick out some veggies to cook up a tasty meal for Mom!

Pre-order online at:
Phillips Farms
A 5th Generation Family Farm
Phillips Farms will have an amazing selection of hanging baskets this week, just in time for Mother’s Day. Many other beautiful potted plants will be available, including Begonias, Geraniums, Coleus, Petunias, Marigolds and more. Fresh cut flowers this week include Tulips and purple Hesperis. 

On the produce side, Phillips Farms will debut Bok Choy, Tuscan Kale and Greenhouse Tomatoes. Other produce available will include fresh-picked Lettuce, Arugula, Asparagus, Kale, Swiss Chard, Scallions, Leeks, Fresh Herbs, Carrots, Potatoes, Beets, Apples and Apple Cider.

Credit cards accepted. Did you know Phillips Farms also does online ordering? Go to and chose Easton Market
From the Creamery
Cheese,Yogurt & Butter
Raspberry Ridge
Sheep Creamery
Handcrafted Cheese & Yogurt
Raspberry Ridge is also introducing ricotta and ricotta firma this weekend! Both ricotta are excellent cooking cheeses, and the firma will hold its shape nicely. How about making Mom a ricotta cheesecake for Mother's Day? Here's an easy Food Network recipe!

Look for more of that fabulous feta too - (a nice compliment to the tabbouleh and other Mediterranean delights at Aladdin). And Rob is trying something new with his sheep milk yogurt - check out the maple flavored yogurt made from local maple syrup! 

Pre-order information: Go to and place an order for market pick-up.
Valley Milkhouse
An artisan creamery in the Heart of the Oley Valley
If you've never had Stef's hand churned, cultured butter, well, you've never really had butter It's a MUST-HAVE for any crusty loaf of bread you buy at the market. Not to mention, divine on potatoes or the season's first asparagus. Pick some up for Mother's Day brunch (it's perfect on pancakes too).

Look for more fresh Clover (tart and creamy fromage blanc), and raw milk aged cheeses from the winter cave: Marigold (alpine style tomme - think gruyere), Blue Bell (stilton style blue), and our rustic sheep's milk tomme aged for 5 months.

And don't miss the Mother's Day cheese trio special for $24! Pre-order online at
Just Baked
Sweet and Savory
Flour Shop Bakery
Baked with Love
Mary has some wonderful sweets and savory breads for a lovely Mother's Day brunch. (We have to admit we're particularly excited about the Boston Creme Cruffin pictured here.)

PRO TIP: Stop by Fieldstone and pick up Mom's (or your) favorite tea or coffee to accompany that glazed danish, blood orange pistachio tart, sticky bun... you get the picture. ;-)
Pie + Tart
Pie+Tart is dedicated to the celebration of all things baked in a pastry shell - savory + sweet. From traditional Australian meat pies and sausage rolls, innovative offerings like Meatloaf Wellington, to rich quiches, fruit turnovers, and a dizzying selection of sweet pies and tarts.  
Working out of their tiny space on Northampton Street in Easton, Lisa and Anne are thrilled to be a part of the EFM, bringing a carefully selected market menu of dinner pies, dessert pies, tarts, and turnovers.

Here's a sneak peek at tomorrow's menu:
French coconut pie
Fresh blueberry pie
Strawb-rhubarb crumb pie
Lemon cream pie
Bakewell Tart
Pasteis de nata( Portuguese egg tarts) 

Cash & Credit Accepted
From the Pasture
Meat, Eggs (and More)
Breakaway Farms
Meat you Can Trust
Breakaway is stocked with pastured pork, grass fed beef, artisanal sausages, bacons & more! Grab your favorite meats for grilling and fill the freezer with meats you can trust.

If you really want to win the child of the year award, how about filling mom's freezer with the best grass fed beef you can buy? Choose from 25lb. and 50lb. Freezer Beef Samplers.
Order now at for delivery to the market. Place your order by 1pm TODAY!
Apple Ridge Farm
Certified Naturally Grown Farm and Bakery
From crusty sourdough breads and Bavarian pretzels (and homemade mustard) to soups and stocks, a smattering of veggies, pastured pork & chicken, and some outta this world eggs, you'll find it all at Apple Ridge Farm. They also have some great vegetarian offerings! Look for vegetarian Lentils Shepherd's Pie, and vegan Jambalaya this week.

Order online at
Locally Crafted Wine & Ferments
Portch Tea
A Family Farm Fermentory
Folks are raving about Don's new HARD kombucha. Pick some up for the weekend.
Order online at
Seriously - since everything is pre-bottled it's best to pre-order to be assured you get your first choice!
Tolino Vineyards
A family owned winery & vineyard
Cheers to all the wonderful Mothers out there... home schooling your kids, working from home, cooking like crazy and running the household. Let's face it, Mom would probably really appreciate a bottle of wine this year!

Pinot Grigio - $14.99
Gracie - $14.99
Mamas Rose - $11.99
Papas Red $14.99
Sunnyside - $11.99
Please note that some of your favorite vendors may not be at the market right now. Some have been affected personally by COVID-19, and others are not permitted at this time due to regulations prohibiting outdoor cooking or food preparation. We look forward to some of these vendors rejoining us later in the season.

Good Things to Come: Holy Cow Farm and Comeback Farm will start in June when cut flowers and strawberries will be in season!
Vegetarian Dinners-to-Go and
Grocery Staples....
Due to staffing limitations the Highmark Farmstand isn't able to sell at the Easton Farmers' Market right now, but you can order their house made specialties and 'Just Picked' Vegetarian Dinners to Go ONLINE .

The Farmstand is also well stocked with grocery items, milk & dairy, bread, eggs, fruit juice, yogurt, soups and salads. See more.

And don't miss their extensive selection of botanical & apothecary items (great gifts for Mom), and organic High Mowing brand seeds.

Questions? Give them a call at 610-250-2072

Thank you to our Sponsors
for Supporting our Local Food System
Easton Farmers' Market
Scott Park
130 Larry Holmes Drive
Easton, PA 18042
Easton Farmers' Market is program of
Greater Easton Development Partnership