9 Farmers Markets, Shops and Makers for Scoring Poconos Provisions
All the places to stock your cabin kitchen with local goodness.
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Stock your cabin kitchen from these farmers’ markets and local makers.
Moka sources its coffee and cacao beans in Cameroon, then processes everything in a converted barn on the grounds of a NEPA yoga sanctuary. Honesdale; mokaorigins.com.
Whether you’ve just hopped off the Appalachian Trail or I-80, you’ll need a pie (30 kinds!) from Susan Cooper’s DWG mainstay. Delaware Water Gap; villagefarmerbakery.com.
Browse — and sample! — delicious cheddars, havartis and goudas right next door to the cows responsible for the milk they’re made with. Honesdale; calkinscreamery.com.
Every Saturday, visitors to Courthouse Square can buy just about anything — even dog treats — from area farmers and makers. Stroudsburg; monroefarmersmarket.com.
A market and cafe nestled at the edge of an organic farm, it’s a go-to spot for smoothies, salads and sandwiches as well as a selection of CBD products. Blakeslee; poconoorganics.com.
The owners of Dolon House in Jim Thorpe make the 30-minute trip to this homestead for goat cheese. You should go for the homemade tiramisu and organic chickens. Slatington; kreekytreefarm.com.
For over a decade, this community supported farmer’s market stand has provided fresh produce and a unique selection of garlic vinegar, including a variety made with agave nectar. Stroudsburg; josieporterfarm.com.
Locals love this unassuming-from-the-outside spot for quality cuts of veal, pork and beef (both prime and kobe), while more adventurous chefs can choose from exotic game (think: buffalo, elk, and even alligator). Word to the wise: It’s cash only, so come prepared. Pocono Lake, thebutchershoppe.com
The prime ribeyes and seafood are all fantastic, but what you really want are the handmade pierogies, which come in 20 varieties. Honesdale; romansfamous.com.
Published as “Go Local With The Groceries” in the “We’re Going to the Poconos!” guide in the June 2021 issue of Philadelphia magazine.