Farm Stands on the East End
Local farmers and vendors on the Hayground School campus every Friday from 3pm-6:30pm. Stock up on fresh produce and delicious baked goods.
151 Mitchell Lane. Bridgehampton, NY. 631.987.3553.
Specialities include sweet corn and tomatoes. Open seven days a week between 9am-7pm.
Sagg Main Street. Sagaponack, NY 11962,
North Sea Farms
Wide variety of fresh foods such as free range eggs and chickens, asparagus, herbs, dandelion and other wild greens, lettuce, zucchini, sunflowers, and more. Open seven days a week 8am-6pm. Est. 1945, known as the “small farm with a little bit of everything.”
1060 Noyac Rd. Southampton, NY. 631.283-0735. firstname.lastname@example.org
Round Swamp Farms
Proudly owned and operated by four generations of the Lester family, originally started 40 years ago by Carolyn Lester Snyder after her father Albert inherited a 20-acre, 250-year-old farm and built her a small stand to sell fresh produce. Since then, Round Swamp Farms opens year after year to offer the finest and freshest fruits and vegetables to locals and travelers alike. This farm also has gained recognition as a National Bicentennial Farm.
184 Three Mile Habor Rd. East Hampton, NY 11937. 631.324.4438.
Amagansett Farmer’s Market
Stocked with tasty produce and friendly staff and situated on a state-owned and protected property, don’t pass up this little gem of the Hamptons. A blend of your traditional farmer’s market and new world, open-air grocery store. Home of the on-premises baked Amagansett Loaf, a butcher, local and international cheeses, fresh pastries and breads, plus a soup, salad, and sandwich bar. For those on a time budget, call ahead with your shopping list and arrive to have it waiting in the wings for you.
367 Main st. Amagansett, NY 11930. 631.267.3894.
Fairview Farm at Mecox
Known best for their giant corn maze simply called “The Maize”, the Fairview Farm is a great destination for top quality veggies and hand-picked fruits, home-baked pastries, and sweet potato chips. It’s a taste of the Hamptons in an heirloom tomato or a ripe, roasted ear of corn. During the fall, enjoy pumpkin picking, shooting the corn cannon, eat fresh pop corn, and finding your way through the Maize.
19 Horsemill Lane. Bridgehampton, NY 11932.
Noted for its pick-your-own strawberries, raspberries, and blackberries, bring your kids for a rare chance to get hands on at a farm and find out where your food really comes from. Be sure to dress in comfortable, older clothes and shoes, pack the sunscreen and baby wipes for sticky, berry-stained hands, and the camera for snapshots. Hours are 9:30am-6pm seven days a week.
324 County Rd. 39. Southampton, NY. 631.726.4667. Call ahead for a conditions advisement.
Harbes Farm & Vineyard
A northern fork farm, Harbes is one of the premier vineyards of Mattituck. Try their apple cider donuts, a private wine tasting in their pre-war barn, and outstanding sandwiches made fresh to order.
715 Sound Ave. Mattituck, NY 11952. 631.298.0700.
A small, family owned and operated farm that’s been in East Hampton since 1948. Open year round with eggs and chickens for sale, along with plenty of homemade cookies, pastries, and breads. Ducks are also available during the Thanksgiving and Christmas seasons. Bring the kids with you – let them pet the baby goats while you wait for your chicken order to be prepared. Sundays are 10am-12pm, Monday, Wednesday, Thursdays are 1pm-5pm. Tuesdays are closed. Fridays and Saturdays are 10am-12pm and reopens at 1pm-5pm.
100 Long Lane. East Hampton, NY. 11937. 631.324.1107. Call ahead to check for chicken and egg availability.
The Milk Pail
Nestled on the westbound side of Montauk Highway on the border of Water Mill and Bridgehampton, The Milk Pail is a popular visit when heading back west. In the 1640s the Halsey family first settled in Watermill and began farming as a permanent lifestyle and culture. To this day, the farm is still the pride and joy of the 11th and 12th generation Halseys. The Milk Pail Country Store began over 30 years ago to sell milk, apples, and vegetables. They offer fresh pressed apple cider made from over eight varieties of their carefully nurtured apples. Daughters Amy and Jennifer Halsey continue to keep the farm stand alive and well stocked every year with their parents. Both daughters have gone through extensive schooling and gotten Bachelor’s degrees in floriculture and plant science, and pomology (the study of growing and marketing fruit), respectively. Over 1200 peach trees are blossoming at the family farm. Enjoy Amy’s Flowers and Jennifer’s peaches every season from May thru August. Apple and pumpkin picking is available in September and October.
1346 Montauk Highway, Water Mill, NY 11976.
For the GPS/Mapquest: 50 Horesemill Lane. Water Mill, NY 11976.
631-537-2565. Open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday (and holidays) 10am-5:30pm.
Babinski’s/Comfort Farm Farm Stand
Open from June thru October, Babinski’s Farm Stand is a family owned and operated farm that’s been selling homemade jams, breads, pies, and fresh produce for over 30 years. Footsteps from
the Bridgehampton LIRR station, it’s a must to check out during the peak season. A very quaint, small stand is sometimes the best place to get the best pickings. Known for its asparagus and handpicked strawberries.
791 Lumber Lane. Bridgehampton, NY. 11932. 631.537.1374.
An inexpensive, low-key farm stand with top notch quality and service in its now 31st year of business. Vicki started her farm stand when she was only 11 years old and has kept it in the best of shape ever since. A quality herb garden, selectively chosen vegetables, and an experience worth the trip out there makes Vicki’s Veggies one of the best farm stands in the Hamptons. Open seven days a week from 7am-8pm, this is the perfect stop for the busy commuter looking to snag some organic produce or hanging baskets of flowers. Vicki’s Veggies is now being helped by her young daughter Maria. Last year, Vicki’s mother’s famous zucchini bread won first place at the Riverhead County Fair. Try a slice! The farm stand is run by Vicki and her mother. Want to know which one is Vicki behind the counter? Just look for the woman who isn’t wearing the shirt saying “I am not Vicki!”
601 Jericho Tpke. Amagansett, NY 11930. 631.267.8272.