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This orchard is so unique. It’s not crowded, it had an incredible variety of different kinds of apples, it’s reasonably priced and run by a family that truly cares and is passionate about the business. This is our third year going with a large group...More
Great place to pick your own apples and pumpkins. The staff is very friendly and helpful. There is also a retail area by the parking lot. During the fall, there is plenty of traffic in & out of the vicinity.
We went to this farm in late October because it was one of the few places left around the area which had any apples. Thinking we would just get the last few apples, we were prepared not to get many good ones. However, we got...More
This market had seasonal, local vegetables and fruit. It is clean and friendly. Also offered a variety of baked goods, locally made. The prices for fresh local broccoli and cauliflower were higher than the most upscale NYC places, but we expect the taste will be...More
Well, it's late in the apple picking season, but I discovered Milk Pail and they were one of the few farms not picked out! So I drove the 2 hours from Queens out to the Hamptons because the obligatory apple picking must occur each year!...More
The Milk Pail is a real jewel in the Hamptons. They grow their own apples, make their own apple cider and then make fresh, incredibly delicious, not too sweet Apple Cider Donuts. They sell artisan cheese and some dairy products. Its like gourmet 7-11. Yu...More
Milk Pail has a few locations on the South Fork (the Hamptons); we visited the location that is open year round. Milk Pail has just-picked-this-morning apples, pears, tomatoes, etc. They also offer a carefully curated selection of locally cooked and/or bottled items (pies, jams, pickles)...More