the food is fresh and pricey, but they have a good breakfast menu, its always busy. no service on sunday....after 4pm they are closed. I like the atmosphere.
Every time I'm driving up the coast through Laurel, I stop here. It's always packed, but it's worth the trip. They have everything you could want here - meats, cheeses, baked goods, candies, spices, fruits, veggies, and everything in between. One of my favorite things to buy here is spices. They come in plastic containers and are very reasonably priced.... 更多
I love the dutch market. I stopped shopping at the grocery store for my meat and produce. They have the best selection and it is always fresh! The only negative is that if you are on a diet, stay far far away! Their bakery selection will get you every time!
I occasionally visits the Armish/Farmer's market. Entering the building, you will smell the homemade breakfast pretzels or the donuts. This place is constantly busy. There is a sit in restaurant, serving breakfast and lunch. Adjacent to the restaurant is a counter that sells hot food item and yummy ice cream. Next is the fried chicken counter, well seasoned and tasty.... 更多
I love going to this market. The fresh meats, baked goods, fruits & veggies and cooked foods are just a few of my favorites.
A 2nd stop at the Dutch Country Farmers Market was just as nice as the 1st. Tried the bacon and egg salted pretzel and lemonade from one stand that was excellent and then over to a bakery for a nice key lime doughnut. Upon leaving I found some warm soft fresh baked wheat rolls with the condensation still on the... 更多
Excellent produce!This weekly marketplace does not disappoint. It continues to provide quality-looking and quality tasting fruits and vegetables. Be prpared for long lines, especially around the holidays, but it's well worth the wait, and the money!
I thought this place was great. They had everything you could think of. Fresh Fresh Fresh if your hungry there is plenty to choose from. if your shopping and not going for lunch or dinner items watch out. you will want some of everything.,
I remember when this market was on Route 29 at 198 many years ago. I like it for fresh peanut butter and produce! Parking can be an issue on Saturday mornings.