Spring means that spending time outside is an absolute must. An added springtime bonus is finding all of your favorite local businesses (plus discovering new ones) at one local market, with items you love and have been waiting all year for. The Historic Downtown Special Improvement District (HDSID) Spring/Summer Farmers Market is located at the Grove PATH Plaza and kicks off on Monday, April 24th, and will be open every Monday and Thursday from 4PM to 8PM now through December 23rd. Keep reading to learn more about what to expect at this year’s HDSID Spring/Summer Farmers Market and how to become a vendor.
All About the Spring/Summer Farmers Market
The Historic Downtown Jersey City Farmers Market is back for the 2023 Spring/Summer Season.The market kicks off Monday, April 24th and running until Thursday, December 21st 2023, you can shop farm-fresh produce, baked goods, plants and flowers, and many other local delights at the Grove PATH Plaza. The Market is open every Monday and Thursday from 4:00PM to 8:00PM. Many vendors are returning from previous years but there are also many new, exciting businesses to check out.
Vendors will be selling organic produce and fruit, all types of baked goods including pies, cookies, and macarons, as well as plants, freshly squeezed juices, eggs, tea, coffee, and more. Some of the vendors at this year’s HDSID Spring/Summer Farmers Market you can look forward to seeing include:
Broomsticks + Chocolate Chips
Gourmet cookies that come in a variety of flavors with seasonal variations to keep you coming back for more.
Artisanal sourdough made fresh to order with local ingredients that will make it hard not to eat it as soon as it arrives.
Stella’s Empanadas has been serving delicious, one-of-a-kind empanadas for over 12 years, with features in The Star Ledger, New York Times, Food Magazine, and have even been spotted on NJ New Channel 12 and Telemundo.
Bang Cookies creates chocolate chip cookies, oatmeal cookies, and peanut butter cookies baked fresh to order from the highest quality organic ingredients, individually wrapped, with local delivery.
Bob’s Excellent Coffee
Bob’s Excellent Coffee serves up delicious coffee and teas made with the finest ingredients. Enjoy local shipping so you can stay stocked up with favorites!
This female-owned local business specializes in making macarons daily to order, with gluten free options available.
Stony Hill Farms
Stony Hill Farms is family-owned and sells fresh fruits, vegetables, meat, baked goods, and flowers grown in the 20,000 square foot greenhouse. The farm itself also provides U-Pick for strawberries, pumpkins, and vegetables.
Circle Brook Farm is a Certified Organic vegetable farm located in Andover, NJ. The farm sells fresh, organic vegetables including greens, carrots, potatoes, and more.
This plant shop specializes in potted plants, rare plants, and fresh flowers. The team also offers services as house plant stylists, finding the best plant for your space.
Crafted to help revitalize a healthy lifestyle, support weight loss efforts, put an end to sweet tooth snacking, and give your digestive system the break it needs with delicious, locally made juices.
Local Sponsors + Become a Vendor
This amazing community market would not be possible without the support of the following sponsors: Grid Real Estate, The Spine + Sports Health Center, Silverman, Stella’s Empanadas, Garden State Infusions, Smile Preschool + Nursery, Ani Ramen, The Ashford, Six26, Boots + Bones, Downtown FLWR, Bang Cookies, Modern Family Dentistry, Bond Vet- Jersey City, Bin Drop, and Jersey City Medical Center.
If you’re interested in participating as a vendor in the Spring/Summer Farmers Market this year, you can apply anytime throughout the season. Make sure to visit HDSID’s website for more information on how to apply.
The Historic Downtown Special Improvement District (HDSID) is a public-private partnership, 501(C) which allows local business owners to directly impact the neighborhoods in Historic Downtown Jersey City.
HDSID works with local businesses, property owners, and neighborhood associations in partnership with city government to make Historic Downtown Jersey City a better place to live, work, and visit.