Seasonal Goodies at the Wintertime Farmers Market

Sweets, meats and hardy seasonal veggies: The Wintertime Farmers Market is open for business.

On Saturday mornings at the Wintertime Farmers Market, the hottest accessory is a stalk of brussels sprouts. And maybe a strong, hot cup of New Harvest coffee, which is roasted onsite.

Now through mid-May, head to the biggest indoor winter farmers market in New England for all your comfort food needs, from root veggies and fresh eggs to jam from Rhode Island's favorite grammy. With more than sixty vendors between two buildings at the Hope Artiste Village, eating local has never been so easy.

Here are a few of our favorite vendors:


Wishing Stone Farm

What you'll find: Fresh eggs, root veggies, aforementioned brussels sprout stalks.


Laughing Gull Chocolates

What you'll find: Chocolate truffles for sale, samples of varieties such as salted caramel, coffee and dark chocolate, and info on truffle-making classes.


The Edible Yard

What you'll find: Fresh, no-spray cranberries from Plymouth, Massachusetts — ideal for the Thanksgiving table.


Two Little Buns

What you'll find: Gluten-free muffins, cookies and bread. Try the Cheesey Crunchers, tasty crackers flavored with nutritional yeast. Like Cheez-Its, but healthier. Read more about Two Little Buns here.


Narragansett Creamery

What you'll find: If you're in the market for the real thing, pick up a chunk of Atwell's Gold or mozzarella.


Schartner Farms

What you'll find: The Schartner family, which owns a farm in Exeter and in North Conway, New Hampshire, whips up some of the tastiest jams, including award-winning strawberry, raspberry, blackberry and peach.


Check out the Wintertime Farmers Market on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Hope Artiste Villiage, 1005 Main St., Pawtucket. Visit for more information.