I love fresh veggies, pickles and gluten free bread options....what more could I ask for? This is a good farmers market and I stop by weekly.
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If there were an ideal movie set for a cozy home town Farmers' Market, Carlisle's Farmers on the Square would be the perfect model. Friendly engaging vendors and guests with quality products. This is a Wednesday Farmer's Market, not a restaurant.
The Farmers on the Square is Carlisle's local farmer market operating on Wednesday afternoons in the good weather months, and then moving indoors in the winter. There is a good range of vendor variety offering fresh fruits and vegetables, freshly baked goods, and local raised...More
This market is not large, but, there is something for everyone. Meat, produce, prepared food (PLEASE TRY THE BRICK OVEN PIZZA...OH, OH OH!!!), flowers, baked goods, and more. Of special note is the Allergan Free stand which is perfect for my nut allergy son (he...More
So every Wednesday, local farmers, Amish, local vendors, the college students sell produce, meat, hot prepared foods, and organic deserts, pastries etc. I think a lot of the food is overpriced. $6 for grilled cheese, $9 for a personal pizza and so on. Each table...More
I was a little disappointed with this event. There were some good things about it (which I will cover in a minute). But, I found it to be generally crowded and over-priced. The good was that things were contained in one place for easy accessibility....More
Nice Selection of fresh produce that is locally grown. Parking can be an issue as if you purchase a lot it may need to carry it a few blocks to your vehicle. That is the only downside.
Lots of choices. High quality food. Genuinely friendly vendors, who support one another. Checkout Torchbearer Sauces, Beeman's Baked Goods, Dawg Gone Bees, Dickinson College Farm and a number of local organic farm vendors.
We look forward to fresh produce, baked goods, cheese, meat, and flowers every Wednesday on the square in Carlisle. With musicians playing most weeks, the atmosphere is festive and fun. There are also dinner freshly prepared dinner options to take home if you don't feel...More
I like real farmers markets. And this definitely is, the food sold is grown and produced on local farms, some of it sustainably. The BIG downside of this market is they are self-limiting. Like so many small-town markets, they don't allow too much competition among...More