Long Island Farm Stands to Visit This Fall
Andrews Family Farm and Greenhouses
1038 Sound Ave, Wading River, 631-929-0038
Freshly picked herbs, vegetables, berries, assorted bouquets and more for sale at this farm stand.
Andrews Family Farm offers a number of unique and exciting options, from freshly caught fish and field-cut sunflowers to hanging baskets and local mozzarella.
Babinski Farm Stand
160 Newlight Lane, Watermill, 631-875-0262
Local produce ranging from asparagus to zucchini and fresh baked goods including breads, muffins, cookies and quiches (order ahead).
This farmhouse stand in the center of the Hamptons offers local Long Island seafood classics like fluke, tuna and lobster, plus pantry items ranging from jams to honey to honeycomb and marinara sauce.
Balsam Farm Stand
293 City Lane, Amagansett, 631-267-5635
Fresh seasonal vegetables, homemade breads and pickles.
Customers love Balsam Farm’s large selection of organic seasonal produce, dairy, meats and baked goods.
891 Main Road, Riverhead, 631-722-3077
Fresh, local and artisanal products: jams, honey, fruit tarts, sauces and
Growing locally for over 200 years, Bayview Farm’s selection of fresh produce, flowers and artisan products changes seasonally – be sure to ask about wholesale prices.
Borella Farm Stand
485 Edgewood Ave, St. James, 631-862-7330
This family run farm has been bringing beautiful flowers and crops to St James for years. The husband and wife duo who started this farm stand passed the business on to their two daughters Barbra and Laura, and together they carry on the farm’s legacy while bringing delicious crops to the public.
4414 Sound Ave, Riverhead, 631-722-3931
Fruit and cream pies, pastries and jams made with fresh fruit grown on the farm.
Briermere was voted Long Island’s 2021 Best Farm Stand on bestoflongisland.com for its fresh produce and delicious pastries.
Condzellas Farm Stands
6233 N. Country Road, Wading River, 631-929-4697
Seasonal fruits and vegetables of all kinds, from asparagus to peas, tomatoes, beans and pumpkins.
Condzella’s has taken steps to ensure its operation is sustainable, from selling harvests directly to reduce carbon footprint to donating all unsold edible harvests to the hunger charity Island Harvest.
Carrefour Farm in Grossman
480 Hempstead Ave, Malverne, 516-881-7900
Honey, organic products, eggs and fresh corn.
The closest organic farm to New York City, Crossroads is a community staple for its locally grown produce and land preservation efforts.
282 S Country Rd, Brookhaven, 631-707-2195
This fully-operated farm by the Nolan family makes hard work pay off with their quality herbs and crops available year-round. The farm stand has freshness as a top priority and it certainly shows in its beautiful fruits and vegetables.
LaCorte Farm Stand
339 Montauk Hwy, Moriches, 631-878-9093
Delicious homemade pies, cookies, breads and breads.
LaCorte’s offers a wonderfully extensive menu of baked goods. This farm stand is entirely run by the Moriches community, and it shows in the quality of their products.
Lenny Bruno Farms
740 Wading River Road. Manorville, 631-591-3592
This vegetable market is open 7 days a week from May to November. Conveniently located just off the Long Island Highway, this market offers a very long list of crops that are rotated throughout the season with blueberries and broccoli near the start of their season and pumpkins and squash at autumn.
The May Farm
6361 NY-25A, Wading River, 631-929-6654
Local fruits and vegetables in season and all year round.
The May family has operated this farm since the late 1800s, making their legacy a historic one. Their fields have a wide variety of fruits and vegetables and are sold on the farm every day of the year.
Pumpkin Farm Stand
142 Long Island Ave, Yaphank, 631-924-7444
Fresh fruits and vegetables, locally grown corn and baked pies.
Pat and Don’s Pumpkin Patch Farm Stand is perfect for local produce – visit their website for easy and tasty recipes using seasonal vegetables.
140 Bethpage-Sweet Hollow Road, Old Bethpage
Garlic, tomatoes, winter squash and sweet potatoes.
Founded in 2007 by a husband and wife team, this Nassau County farm is firmly committed to sustainable agriculture and avoids herbicides, pesticides and synthetic fertilizers of all kinds.
Schmitt’s Farm Stand
3355 Sound Ave, Riverhead, 631-983-656
Famous homemade horseradish and locally grown pumpkins.
The 165-acre Schmitt’s family farm has been growing and selling fresh produce on Long Island for over 150 years.
316 Old Country Road, Melville, 631-673-5844
Family owned for over 60 years. With flowers and vegetables, fresh local produce and seasonal items, this local farm has it all. Fresh crops brought in by knowledgeable employees set this farm apart from others.
Share harvest farm
55 Long Lane, East Hampton
Herbs, jams, honey and pastries, all grown on site.
EECO Farm is a non-profit farm that sells organic produce from over 42 acres of East Hampton land. In addition to fresh vegetables and baked goods, their stand offers potted plants and cut flowers.
-Compiled by Louis Capstick & Dylan Gallo