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Fun, and a ton of food to sample and take home. Fresh local grown and or prepared food. Summertime is outdoors. River street is closed for a few blocks to accommodate the venders. They move in doors for the colder months to the old Uncle...More
Part of troy’s continuing revitalization. The market has grown and improved in quality and the amount of different type of venders. A lot more prepared foot venders. We have really enjoyed going there the last few weekends
This was a fun & tasty place to stroll on a Saturday morning! All kinds of goods for sale from fruits & vegtables to jewelry & artwork. We bumped into friends & talked with strangers. Sampled all around the market!
Ilive near a fantastic waterfront market so I thought nothing could compare. It did. There were three groups of musician groups along the route. The shops bordering the streets were wonderful to browse. The market vendors ranged from produce to pesto to pasta and crafts....More
Day filled with families, happy dogs, pleasant and attentive vendors with first-rate wares and enthusiastuc, competent local live music. Winter market a toned down version of outdoor event. Worth weekly trip for excellent local food and neighborly vibe.
While visiting our son and daughter-in-law in Greenwich recently, they took us to the Troy Waterfront Farmers' Market on a Saturday morning. It took us a little while to find a parking spot, but soon we were joining hundreds of others walking up and down...More
Lots to do and see and buy! Not just food, but other little shops and live music. Definitely something to do even if you’re broke and just want to walk around. Lots of food options too, so I hope you’re not too broke to eat....More
The streets are always crowded with people shopping and enjoying a great meal. The vendors are all very friendly and helpful. You can always find something there that you didn't know that you needed. I have gotten some great gifts that you can't find anywhere...More
It's loaded with food vendors and wonderful selections. There are many shops in the area and restaurants. My guess 60 or so vendors. Produce, cheese, wine, beer, meats, baked goods, bread, candles, arts and crafts. Check... More
It's loaded with food vendors and wonderful selections. There are many shops in the area and restaurants. My guess 60 or so vendors. Produce, cheese, wine, beer, meats, baked goods, bread, candles, arts and crafts. Check out Troy Farmers Market website.
Plenty to do in the Capital region. Museum's, river cruises, riverwalks.