MAIN STREET FARM
Main Street farm, located in the Western Catskills, is your purveyor of the best locally grown and sourced foods. Including seasonal organic vegetables, milk, eggs, American farmstead cheese, fresh baked goods, meadow raised meats, free-range poultry, general groceries, and flowers.
We bring it all together - the best local foods from the area's farms, farmers' markets, and food artisans at the convenience of your schedule.
Our direct relationships with local, small scale, sustainable family farms (Neversink Farm, among many others) provides many benefits: food reaches your table faster, fresher, and of higher nutrient quality, and with uncompromised accountability.
Our cafe serves locally roasted organic and fair trade coffee and hand blended Tay Tea. Served with Tonjes Dairy Farm milk, no antibiotics or hormones used, closed source, 98% grass-fed Holsteins. Worth the stop if you're traveling on Route 17. Exit 96, 1 mile on Main Street.
Enjoy our creative farm fresh breakfast and lunch menu . Sandwiches, salads, soups are prepared with local seasonal ingredients. We bake our fresh breads on site.
We look forward to serving you with the areas best and wholesome foods. Stop in for a visit, you'll be delighted and amazed at the offerings. Hope to see you soon!
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The Pride of New York Program was developed to promote and support the sale of agricultural products grown and food products processed within New York State. The Program’s growing membership now includes farmers and processors, retailers, distributors, restaurants and related culinary and support associations all working together to bring you wholesome, quality New York State products.
It tastes better.
Food that is grown closer to home has spent less time in transit and in warehouses so that it is fresher and tastes better.
It is better for you.
The farther that food has to travel, the more nutrients it loses. Locally grown food has more nutritional value.
It creates accountability.
Farmers take responsibility for food that they sell directly to consumers. Consumers take comfort in knowing the source of their food.
It supports the local economy.
Buying from local farmers is a way to sustain rural economies and make sure that small farming communities survive.
It protects the environment. Well-managed farms must have fertile soil and clean water. They maintain ecosystems that plants, animals and humans inhabit.
The Pure Catskills name and logo are registered trademark of the Watershed Agricultural Council.
Neversink Farm Organic Arugula and Spring Radishes
Putting healthy food within reach
We proudly accept Supplemental Nutrional Assitance Program Benfits
All day, everyday day
throughout the NYC Watershed, NYC and the State.
Join us in committing to "buy local" this month. Every $1 you spend with a local farmer recirculates within our communities 3-7 times over.
Take the Pledge today!
Sponsored by NOFA-NY and the WAC Council
Pick up the the guide at Main Street Farm or view online now.
If you are a local farmer, weekend gardener, or artisan - we want to feature your product - please contact us.