Visit the Chappaqua Farmers Market–one of the best markets in Westchester County. You can find us at the Chappaqua Train Station every Saturday.

The mission of the Chappaqua Farmers Market is to bring food that is locally grown, raised or produced to our community and to raise awareness of the importance of eating local for the sustainability of our planet.

Our Apple Pie Contest is October 22nd. Get details here.


Vendors and News for our October 22nd market




Aroli's Kitchen
Bien Cuit
Big Bang Coffee
Blessed Brewery
Bronx Baking Co.
Bread Alone
Breezy Hill Orchard
Dobbs & Bishop Fine Cheese
D & J Produce
Deep Roots Farm
Dr. Pickle
Growing Hearts Farm
Joe Tomato Mozzarella
Letterbox Farm
Madura Farm
Morgiewicz Produce
Mrs. D's Mediterranean Delights
Obercreek Farm
Orchards of Concklin
Pie Lady  & Son
Pura Vida Fishery
Skinny Buddha
Sohha Yogurt
Steve's Country Kitchen
Stone & Thistle
Taiim Mobile Shack
True Food
What’s for Dessert
Wright's Apple Farm
Yellow Bell Farm

Bombay Emerald
Brooklyn Kimchi
Dragonfly Granola
J'Adore Baking
Kontoulis Olive Oil
La Petite Occasion
Let Them Eat Pita
NY Chup
Wild Sea Salt



Kids' Table:
HipKids will have a fall craft table for kids








Pascale’s Blog

  • october 21, 2016

    applepieframetemplateCome celebrate the apple harvest at the market this Saturday…and bring pie!

    Our country may be divided right now but there’s one thing I think we can all agree on as Americans: pie is good.

    I can’t think of anything that would help ease some of the stress of this election right now than rolling out a piece of pie dough, except maybe eating a slice of still warm apple pie. Tomorrow is our annual Apple Pie Contest…and I hope many of you will see fit to bake this very evening or early Saturday if only to focus on something as simple and delicious – and truly patriotic – as apple pie.

    The rules are simple:
    Your pie must be made from scratch and local apples must be the main ingredient. No store-bought crusts, please.
    Please submit your pie to the market tent by 10:30 am with your recipe and ingredient list attached.

    As per tradition, market shoppers can purchase tastes of the pie entries post contest. In honor of the apple harvest, we Strudel-Z is back with not one but two types of strudel – classic apple and walnut/raisin. LOVE that they cut the strudel to order, the old fashioned way, using a wooden measuring stick. Breezy Hill Orchards be offering tastings of their award-winning hard cider.
    La Petite Occasion will be bringing trays of salted caramel apples – several notches above your county fair variety.

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