Established 1730, and still fresh, a blend of old world and new awaits you at Lancaster Central Market.
Designated as a market town in 1730, the City of Lancaster is home to Lancaster Central Market, the oldest, continuously running public farmers’ market in the country. More than 60 local vendors call the beautiful 1889 Market House home three days each week, when it opens its doors to welcome the surrounding community. A step inside is sure to highlight all that Lancaster County has to offer. A walk through its aisles will find an abundance of produce from the deeply nutrient-rich soils native to the local landscape; an array of prepared foods representing the proud cultural diversity of the county; and locally sourced meat, poultry, cheeses, and more.
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June 29, 2022
Our Mystery Market Chef created a summer salad inspired by two Fox & Wolf farm offerings. The dish combines incredible flavor, lovely textures, and delightful eye appeal. It is also super simple to make for a summer salad that will enhance any meal. Enjoy the full recipe for Pea Shoot Salad with Asian Dressing. INGREDIENTS Dressing: Amounts to taste: • Cilantro, finely chopped • Fresh Mint leaves, finely chopped • Fresh Ginger, peeled and grated • Fresh Garlic, grated Measured ingredients: • 3 Tbsp Sesame oil • 2 Tbsp Soy Sauce • 1-1/2 tsp Br
Conner Smith can be found at the Fox & Wolf Stand #39 at Market. He fills his stand to the brim each week with USDA-certified organic produce, eggs, and farm flowers from a generational farm in Pine Grove started by his great-grandparents in 1900.Read More
Meet You at Market!
When someone says, ‘Meet you at Market,’ you know you’re in for a treat. Because not only is Lancaster Central Market a beacon in Lancaster for fresh, delicious culinary fare, but because it’s also a unique gathering place filled with people welcoming you to be part of something bigger than simply buying vegetables. It’s about community and what better place to experience that than right in the heart of it? We’ll meet you at Market!
Taking I-83 N from Baltimore to US-30 E toward Lancaster clocks a travel time to Lancaster Central Market of just less than 1 hour and 30 minutes.
A bit south along the Susquehanna River, the jaunt from Harrisburg via I-283 E will have you to Lancaster Central Market in just under 45 minutes.
Coming west via either US-30 W or I-76 W from Philadelphia will have you to Lancaster Central Market in around 1 hour and 30 minutes.
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Lancaster Central Market
23 North Market Street
Lancaster, PA 17603
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