From January to April, downtown New Haven comes alive every Saturday. Live music begins at 11a, keeping market goers' toes tapping as they peruse the berries, salad greens, micro greens, pea tendrils, farm-fresh eggs, all-natural meat, handcrafted bread, free-range eggs, wheat grass, sprouts, honey, oysters, lobster, baked goods, cheese, pies, jams, yogurt, butter, heavy cream, chips, salsa, handmade soap, organic fruit chutney, organic herb butter, organic herb vegan spread, various dips, lamb entrees, raw milk, chocolate milk, coffee milk, cilantro, dill, other herbs and more. A great deal of the offerings here are organic and pesticide free, and everything is locally grown. See website for poster art, vendor list, and other City Farmers' Market locations.
- Venue Description:
Follow your nose to the most distinct district of downtown New Haven. Wooster Street was the center of New Haven's Italian community prior to the construction of I-91 and I-95 that rip right through the heart of the street. Today, Wooster Street is host to New Haven's finest and most renowned Italian restaurants, with the famous Pepe's and Sally's pizzerie. A few blocks up is the famed Lucibello's Italian pastry shop where you can taste all your favorite Neapolitan sweets. Wooster Street is the best part of town to explore and get a great meal.