When are you open?
- Beginning May 4, the farmstand and greenhouses are open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Exceptions:
- On Sunday, May 20, we are open from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
- On Sunday, May 27 and Monday, May 28, we are open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
We raise vegetables and fruits on about 65 acres of land in Edgartown, some of it our own and the rest leased from neighbors. We also have Simon and Robyn’s farm in West Tisbury, our cattle operation off North Road in Chilmark on land owned by Dan and Meg and more rented acres in West Tisbury. All in all, this makes up about 130 acres of managed land in nearly 20 locations across the three towns.
Edgartown, Massachusetts on the island of Martha’s Vineyard. We’re one mile out of town on the West Tisbury Road. Hours and directions »»
Soups, pies and the rest of the daily menu are posted on our Daily Specials page by about 10 a.m. You can get there quickly from the tab on the navigation bar at the top of any page, or bookmark the Daily Specials page.
You can also call 508-627-9003, extension 3, to hear a recorded menu.
We have an extensive salad bar, hot soups and a wide assortment of fresh-packed salads, entrees and soups from our kitchen. While sandwiches are not on our menu, we also sell everything you need to make your own: sliced bread, charcuterie, condiments and fresh and pickled vegetables.
With advance notice, we can take special orders on a limited number of our products: pies, breads and quiches. Please visit the Daily Specials page for more information.
We also take orders for cut flowers from mid-July till early October: Please see our Frequently Asked Flower Questions for details and an order form.
We are not equipped to provide catering services such as cheese plates, vegetable platters or family-sized entrées.
We are open most Sundays and some holidays. For current hours of operation, please check the bottom of any page on our website.
Our cattle, sheep, pigs and chickens are raised in different locations, separate from the farmstand, and are not accessible for visiting.
We announce upcoming events on our blog and also send out an e-mail newsletter. You can subscribe here: or check our Calendar of Events »».
We also have a comprehensive list of Martha’s Vineyard events on our Save the Dates page »»
Our farmstand does seem to feel awfully small in the peak of the summer when we have so much of our produce in season. The slowest times at the stand are usually between 9:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m., and mid-afternoon on good beach days. Thank you for being patient with our long lines; many people will attest that with five registers working, things can move quite briskly.
We keep on farming! There’s something to harvest nearly all year round. Many farm chores get pushed into the slower winter months, like maintenance of our outbuildings, tractors and machines. Our pigs, cows and chickens work hard all year round. Winter is a special time on a farm: time for reflection, evaluation, and planning for the coming season. Surprising to many people is that the first tomato seeds are planted in mid-January and the greenhouses are active by March 1.
January, February and March are best: This is when we are still in the office, placing seed orders and making all the interviews and phone calls to fill our employment roster for the year. We try to have all of our positions filled by April 1, although there can still be openings at that time. For on-farm housing, apply early, as our spaces fill up fast and go to the best candidates. For more information, please see our drop-down menu from the Jobs tab above.