Get fresh produce, cheeses, olive oils, baked goods, and more on select Wednesdays and Fridays.
Bryant Park French Market returns this week to the Fountain Terrace. We tried out the market last September, and it was such a success that we decided to bring it back for five full months this spring and summer.
Operated by Bensidoun USA, the premier producer of French markets in the U.S., Bryant Park French Market includes an extended footprint for fresh New Jersey produce, as well as vendors of artisanal cheese, breads (including items from Brooklyn’s Bien Cuit bakery and gluten-free selections from Meredith’s Bread), pickles, and olive oils, and prepared foods for lunch-goers. You can also pick up fresh-cut flowers and live plants to brighten up your office or living space.
The French Market operates 8am–3pm on select Wednesdays and Fridays, rain or shine, from April 12 through September 8. Check in at our website for updates on possible closings.
A French Market is perfect for Bryant Park, with its classical architecture and meticulously maintained gardens, but don’t forget that Bensidoun also operates Broadway French Market. Located on Broadway Boulevard between 35th and 36th Streets, that market includes 18 tents featuring a rotating array of vendors selling produce, cheese, olive oils and much more. It’s open 11am–6pm, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays through October.
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