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About CitySeed Markets
CitySeed Farmers' Markets
Saturdays, April 1 - December 16
9:00am - 1:00pm
DePalma Ct. between Chapel St. and Wooster St.
Sundays, May 7 - December 17
10:00am - 1:00pm
Corner of Whalley Ave. and West Rock Ave.
Wednesdays, June 14 - November October 25
11:00am - 2:00pm
Church Street between Chapel St. and Elm St.
Thursdays, July 6 - October 26
3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Corner of Front St. and Grand Ave.
Theatre for Everyone:
New Haven's rich theatre community includes something for everyone. From Yale Repertory Theatre with standards like Hamlet and new material from up and coming playwrights, to Long Wharf Theatre with its intimate space for innovative and thought provoking works, you can certainly find an amazing play to watch after you visit any of our markets!
Looking for something off the beaten path? Be sure to check out A Broken Umbrella Theatre where creativity and multi-generational experiences are paramount in the Westville neighborhood. And of course, the Shubert Theatre with its direct from Broadway hits can't be missed in Downtown New Haven!
Museums in New Haven:
Is that a dinosaur? Yes it is, right outside of the Peabody Museum! This is the go to museum for families in New Haven, with plenty of programming for all ages.
For smaller children, you can't miss out on the CT Children's Museum close to the Wooster Square Market, where we have often partnered on projects and events. This museum is a literacy museum with a famous "Saturdays at 2" reading program designed for families with small children. The accessibility of this museum and its amazing displays that incorporate texture, sound, braille, and stunning visuals - all on a kid-scale - is not be missed!
The Yale University Art Gallery with its new expanded collection and ABSOLUTELY FREE ADMISSION is a must see before or after getting your market groceries!
If you didn't fill your appetite up on the delicious prepared food offerings at the market (grilled local cheese sandwich from The Caseus Cheesetruck anyone?), then feast your eyes and appetite at the scores of amazing eateries surrounding our markets which have been at the epicenter of locally sourced menus for years!
Of note, Zinc Restaurant, has a delicious weekly "Market Menu" based on offerings at the market and local farms - and the best part is they provide a portion of sales back to CitySeed, the nonprofit that manages the markets in New Haven.
If you didn't get your fill of cheese at the market or via the Cheese Truck, then visit Caseus Fromagerie and Bistro, the restaurant that puts cheese and local food from family farms at the forefront of their menus.
Is vegetarian/vegan and more laid back your style? Then don't miss out on a New Haven institution, Claire's Corner Copia, loved by all - especially undergrads and famous actors who grace the stage at Yale Rep.
Pepe's Pizzeria is a landmark boasting some of the best pizza in the United States - AND it is just around the corner from the Wooster Square Market! In fact, taking a walk along Wooster Street you will find all sorts of amazing Italian eateries and desserts!
Looking for something fresh from the ocean? After you get your local seafood from the market, look for some inspiration from famed Miya's Sushi, where Bun Lai creates an amazing menu of mouth watering rolls and dishes that have garnered him tons of awards and accolades.
Want more info on New Haven's amazing restaurants? Check out Vist New Haven's guide here.
New Haven Info
Restaurants to Keep You Coming Back
All of CitySeed Farmers' Markets are producer-only markets whereby all products are made or grown in Connecticut by the farmer or artisan.
We also provide all customers with credit, debit and SNAP acceptance at our market table. We provide tokens in exchange for credit, debit and SNAP that can be used with all vendors all year round. Our produce and honey vendors also accept WIC and Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program Coupons.
All markets are handicapped accessible with flat walking areas between vendor tables and tents with a combination of grass and pavement depending on market.
We operate the markets in rain or shine and most markets have plenty of cool shade in the summer.
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org, 203-773-3736 x 301.