A photojournal of the Wooster Square neighborhood in New Haven, Connecticut. And, occasionally a photo of New Haven, of course, of course.

Monday, March 29, 2010

City Seed

Today was miserable. Cooler and rainy ALL DAY LONG. It didn't let up for a minute. However last Saturday was beautiful and people were out all day long. Our local farmer's market City Seed meets all year long. During the winter months only twice a month and during the summer each and every Saturday they come. City Seed meets at on a tiny street at Russo Park in Wooster Square. You can see people were out in short sleeve shirts, dogs and baby carriages. A sure sign of spring.
Fresh bread from the SoNo Baking Company...
Fresh milk..... chocolate and white.
And root vegetables galore.
Everyone in Wooster Square is waiting for City Seed to open each weekend. All of the vendors bring Connecticut grown vegetables, organic meat, honey, herbs, just about anything that you could possibly need.


  1. A wonderful shuk. But do they sell felafel? ;)

  2. Dog on it!!! NO! Neither do they sell zaahtar or hawajji or fresh figs. Guess I'll just have to come back.

  3. Good reasons to return.

    Mah zeh?! Someone couldn't bear to part with their Christmas trees till now??