1355 Boston Post RoadGuilford, CT, 06437Phone: 203-453-2338
Stop at Bishop’s for Fresh Food and Farm Fun
This place – which is fundamentally a family farm with a wide streak of hospitality -- simply bustles with activities around growing and serving good food. Visitors can buy delicious foods and beverages, raw and prepared, at the farm market, bakery and winery. Farm gifts and fruit baskets are right there, for travel snacking or gifts. Kids can meet the farm’s llamas, alpacas and goats. The farm hosts lots of seasonal festivals of all descriptions, and guests can hit the pick-your-own fields for fruits and vegetables from berries in June to apples and pumpkins in October. Adults can enjoy wine tasting and winery tours. Bishop’s is a must-stop for all travelers – especially families – for refreshment and a breath of goodness of the land.
Fresh local produce, eggs, dairy products, honey, breads, soaps, jams will be available, along with a limited number of artisan work, accompanied by live, soothing music. There will be a hula hoop and bubbles station for children; dogs are welcome if kept on leash and away from the vendor and food areas. Parking in front of the farm house. Overflow will be directed to the middle school parking area, with a designated trail to the market. Email: email@example.com.
2017 Dates and Hours: Saturdays, June 10, July 8, August 12 and September 9; 10 a.m.-1 p.m.
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Located in the historic Wooster Square community, this market features everything from fresh fruits and veggies to poultries, beef, fresh seafood, dairy products, goat cheese, herbs, flowers, homespun wool, sprouts and even processed items like baked goods, and bath and body products. A generally warm and cheery atmosphere is characteristic of this market. Cash, credit and debit cards are accepted all CitySeed Farmers’ Markets.
Well-behaved pets on leash are welcome. Dates and Hours: early April to mid-December; Saturdays, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.