Fall is in the air, but that doesn't mean the season for buying local produce has ended. Quite the opposite.
Stop by your local farmers market right now and you'll find piles of colorful apples, pears, watermelon, beets, kale, cauliflower—the list goes on and on. And, yes, this includes tomatoes, those glorious symbols of summer.
According to these two maps—one from NYC Health and the other from Grow NYC—this year there are more than 10 farmers markets above 100th Street, and all of them are open until the week of Thanksgiving; two are open year-round.
Here's where and when to find them, from south to north:
Harvest Home East Harlem Market E 104th St and Third Ave Thursdays 8am-4pm through November 19
W 110th St and Manhattan Ave
Saturdays 9am-3pm through December 19
E 115th and Third Ave
Wednesdays 9:30am-4pm through November 25
Broadway between W 114th and W 116th Sts
Thursdays and Sundays 8am-4pm year-round
Harvest Home Lenox Ave Farm Stand Lenox Ave between W 117 St and W 118 St Saturdays 8am-4pm through November 21
Harvest Home Harlem Hospital Market W 137th St and Lenox Ave
Fridays 8am-6pm through November 20
Johnny Hartman Plaza, Amsterdam Ave between W 143rd and 144th Sts Wednesdays 11am-6pm through November 25
145th St between Bradhurst and Edgecombe Aves
Tuesdays and Saturdays 9am-4pm through November 30
W 168th St and Fort Washington Ave
Tuesdays 8am-4pm through November 24
W 175th Street between Broadway and Wadsworth Ave
Thursdays 8am-4pm through November 19
Isham St between Seaman Ave and Cooper St
Saturdays 8am-3pm year-round