The Farmer's Market - At Ashlawn Farm from June - October

Good Stuff from Good People.

Saturdays 9-12:30

The Lyme Farmers Market is a CT Grown Market. Nestled in the hills of Lyme, Ashlawn Farm is the postcard perfect location of Lyme Farmer's Market. Under lazy summer skies through crisp autumn days, Saturday mornings become market day when both locals and out of town visitors alike gather to reap the benefits of land and sea. Grass fed beef, seafood, cheeses, organic goods, vegetables, fruits, baked goods, cut flowers and maybe the world's best coffee are just some of the locally grown produce available from the finest vendors in the area. The pace is leisurely with time to trade recipes and watch the grazing cattle, horses and goats. Whether you stop by for a quart of berries or you are buying that special meal, Lymes Farmer's Market is worth the trip!

The following is a list of the varied and skilled local farmers and artisans that you will find at the Lyme Farmers Market on Saturdays.

 
Urban Eden
Totally natural soap and body products  
Lighthouse Bakery
Groton Persian breads and European pastries.  
 
TALK Seafood
Bobby Guzzo and his Stonington fresh seafood  
 
Roses Berry Farm
South Glastonbury fruits and vegetables  
 
Natures Herb Farm
Herbal soap and body products  
 
Al Forno Breads
Fresh baked Italian style breads from the popular Old Saybook restaurant, Al Forno’s Brick Oven  
 
 
Four Mile River Farm
Old Lyme natural beef and eggs  
 
Hidden Brook Gardens
Organic fruits and vegetables  
 
 
Beltane Farm
Lebanon Goat Cheese  
Scott's Orchards
Old Saybrook Fruits and Vegetables  
 
Merriano’s Italian Bakery
Family owned Italian bakery  
 
Voodoo Grill
Prepared cajun and creole foods  
 
 
David Brown Flowers
From the Hay House to the hay field  
Killam and Bassette
Fruits and vegetables from the orchard hills of South Glastonbury  
 
 
Salmon Barn Designs
Hand-silkscreened bags and accessories  
In addition to the regular weekly vendors, the Lyme Farmer's Market has a line up of guest artisans and farmers appearing throughout the season. Interested vendors please contact Chip Dahlke by email at ashlawn@comcast.net or call 860-434-4261. produceproduceproduce
view a gallery of images from the market