Latest News

Outdoor Sunday Farmers Market on
Pier 17 Seaport Square Sundays 11 AM to 5:30 PM featuring local farmers, artisanal producers and guest chefs from Seaport District restaurants.

MARKET SUSPENDED NOV. 11 DUE TO COLD. PLEASE VISIT INDOOR MARKET - DIRECTLY ACROSS SOUTH ST!

Welcome cold weather with Hot Cider & Soup!

New producers include:

Spicegrove, Le Papillon Bakery, Grab ‘Em Snacks, 5 Island Blend, Bon-Bio Tea, Dondrille Glover, & Bennett’s.

outdoor.jpg

Join our 2018 Fall CSA Farm Share program!    

Enjoy tree-ripe fresh picked Hudson Valley fall veggies and fruits.

Enjoy just-landed Long Island seafood, Catskill sustainable poultry and meats, and more!

Order your Local Thanksgiving Farm Share by Friday Nov. 16!

csa jpg.jpg


Fulton Stall Market Producers in the News!

Ulli's Oil Mill

Crème & Cocoa

Rise Products

Front of FSM.jpg


INDOOR FARMERS MARKET STORE - 91 South St., bet. Fulton & John Sts., Seaport District, open daily 11:30 am to 6:00 pm. Local foods from over 100 farmers and small-batch specialty food producers from the region and NYC in a friendly, unique community marketplace.

OUTDOOR SUNDAY MARKET - Pier 17 - Seaport Square, on the waterfront at South St. at Fulton St., 11:00 am to 5:00 pm, April 29 to December 23. Farmers and small-batch producers marketing directly on the spectacular East River waterfront near historic Wavertree full-rigged ship & Ambrose lightship.

COMMUNITY SUPPORTED AGRICULTURE (CSA) SUMMER FARM SHARE program, Thursday evenings, 5:30-8:00 pm,
91 South St.,  Sept. 20 - Dec. 13.  Join anytime! Choose from
11 CSA share options from 7 farmers and producers including a weekly rotation of just-landed L.I. seafood. Cost is pro-rated based on number of weeks.  No work requirement.  Weekly tastings by FSM small-batch producers.  Meet your Seaport and Lower Manhattan neighbors! 

The Fulton Stall Market is a multi-faceted marketplace for local foods connecting regional farmers and producers with the growing Lower Manhattan community.  Located in the historic district where the City's markets began in the 1700's, it's a first step toward development of a larger year-round indoor public market featuring local products and educational programming celebrating the Seaport District's vibrant market history