The Conshohocken Farmers’ Market will be open on Saturday, July 15th from 9:00 a.m. to noon at the Plaza at SORA West, which is located between Hotel West & Main and the corporate headquarters of AmerisourceBergen near the intersection of Fayette and West Elm streets in Conshohocken. The market will be held every Saturday through October 28th.
There is ample free parking in the parking garage adjacent to the plaza. Please enter the garage by turning up Oak Street from West Elm Street or turning down Robinson Alley from West 1st Avenue. Please do not drive up Hotel West & Main’s driveway to reach the garage.
In addition to the market, 1874 Social is located within the historic firehouse attached to Hotel West & Main. 1874 Social will offer a breakfast menu until 10:00 a.m. followed by an all-day menu starting at 11:00 a.m. Indoor and outdoor seating is available.
Playing live will be Conshohocken native Jamie Salvatore.
Vendors on July 15th will include:
NEW – Neil’s Sharpening Service
Neil’s Sharpening Service provides on-site sharpening of knives, scissors, and garden tools while you shop. The price list can be found here.
Pieri Farm & Vineyard is excited to offer an ever-changing variety of seasonal, locally grown produce, plants, and homemade chef items from the kitchens of Pieri Hospitality Group.
Coffee, plus pastries inspired by the tastes, sounds, and colors of Brazilian culture
Juicery on 4th
Organic cold pressed and freshly squeezed juices including orange, apple, watermelon, and sweet green.
Revivalist Gins and Resurgent Whiskeys are distilled and bottled at Brandywine Branch Distillers, a small-batch distillery in Elverson.
Locally grown organic microgreens are up to 40x more nutrient-dense than mature greens like broccoli.
Gritty City Winery
A selection of wines from one of the region’s first urban wineries.
Jericho Mountain Beef
A new kind of micro cattle ranch producing high-quality authentic American Wagyu and Angus Beef.
Fan favorite sours include hot and spicy pickles and ½ and full sour pickles. turnips and beets. Baked goods include chocolate and cinnamon babka, vanilla, chocolate, and cinnamon rugelach, plus Kosher potato knishes.
Pints from a small batch, premium ice cream jawn based in Philly that uses fresh, local PA dairy with no eggs (Philly style).
Beers from Succession Fermentory, a farmhouse brewery located on Stella Lou Farm in Cochranville.
Side Project Jerky
Well-bred, well-fed beef jerky. Philadelphia and beyond.
Grandmom’s Cakes by Trattoria Totaro
Grandmom’s famous cakes.