Editors' Choice

Newburyport Farmers’ Market 


bons 2016 dine winner

Photograph by Rachael Kloss


Fresh-baked bread, local farm-raised fish, and, of course, freshly picked organic veggies are the mainstays at this busy market, but a variety of indulgences from handcrafted chocolate and hard cider to handcrafted body lotions and donuts, set alongside locally made clothes, bags, hats, and jewelry keep us hooked. Grab a cup of pour-over coffee and a delectable breakfast sandwich topped with local bacon, enjoy live music, and while away some time browsing all the offerings.

50 Water St., Newburyport, 978-457-6644,


Readers' Choice

Salem Farmers’ Market

A showcase for Salem’s burgeoning foodie scene, this market has a luscious array of local veggies, plus a variety of fermented foods, crepes, and mead, among other delights.

Derby Square, Salem, 


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