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Farmers' Markets at the Jersey Shore



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farmers marketFor fresh fruits and vegetables (and maybe chowder, pickles, crab cakes, honey, and more) at the Jersey Shore, check out these NJ farmers’ markets, open at least through the end of August. Please confirm dates and times at the Jersey Fresh website (where you can also search for New Jersey farmers' markets by name and county).

Monmouth County

  • Asbury Park
    The Carousel, First & Ocean Aves.
    
(on the boardwalk)
    
Thursdays, 4–7 pm
     
  • Asbury Park
    Main & Sunset Aves.
    
Saturdays, 8 am–1 pm
     
  • 
Atlantic Highlands
    111 First Ave.

    Fridays, noon–6 pm
     
  • 
Bradley Beach
    
Giamano’s, Main St. (Route 71)
    
Wednesdays, 11 am until sold out
     
  • 
Highlands
    
Bay & Waterwitch Aves.

    Saturdays, 9 am–2 pm
     
  • 
Long Branch
    
West End, corner of Brighton & Kossik
    
Thursdays, 11 am–6 pm
     
  • Manasquan
    
Miller Preston Way

    Thursdays, 9 am–3 pm

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