The West Tisbury Farmers’ Market on Martha’s Vineyard is classic Vineyard all the way. Every Wednesday and Saturday morning during the summer months, it seems like just about everyone on the island drops by for something fresh and local.
Martha’s Vineyard now has more than 40 farms actively raising and producing local food for sale, from fruits and vegetables, to meat, poultry, and seafood, to cheese and dairy, baked goods, and other locally produced products.
Short of driving around the island to stop at each farm, the Farmers’ Market is the next best thing. Local Food. Local Farms. All farm-to-table.
Our own Guinevere Cramer is your guide, as she stops in at the West Tisbury Farmers’ Market for a visit and inspiration for her farm fresh family dinner. It’s a must for your Martha’s Vineyard Bucket List.
Half the fun of the Farmers’ Market is the air of discovery that abounds all around. You feel the energy. You never know what you might find or who you might bump into.
The West Tisbury Farmers’ Market is open at the iconic Grange Hall, from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., Saturdays from early June thru early October, and Wednesday mornings, late June thru August. Check the West Tisbury Farmers’ Market website for current schedule.
You can also find the West Tisbury Farmers’ Market on Facebook. You can find our ongoing video collection of Vineyard Bucket List stories here. And daily updates about life on the Vineyard from our Point B Facebook page.