The Hopatcong Marketplace has already proven that it is the place to be on Saturdays between 9:00 AM and 3:00 PM, as you meet friends, neighbors, buy produce and browse through some very unique gifts.
Time: 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM (Clean Porta John Available)
Location: Park/Ride lot next to the Walgreens Parking Lot
The Growing List of Food, Artisans and Local Businesses Include:
Queen of the Hill Farm is our anchor farm! Along with farm-fresh fruits and vegetables, they offer high-quality delicious honey, luxurious beeswax candles plus other honey-based products including handcrafted soaps.
The Growing List of Speciality Food Vendors Include:
Rolling Food Truck that will be serving Breakfast until 11:00 AM and Lunch through 3:00 PM. Rollin with our Hoagies is your new neighborhood sandwich shop. Our mission is to make the best food, prepare it with love and service you with a smile! Our full service restaurant level kitchen was designed to prepare everything from a simple breakfast sandwich to catering a sit down dinner for 200.
The BBQ Pit Catering Co is joining us every Saturday at the Hopatcong Marketplace!!! 9am to 3pm in the lot next to 47 Hopatchung Rd. Featuring:6 types of empanadas,3 types of barrel pickles,Roasted peppers,Asiago cheese,Fresh mozzarella salad,Fresh mozzarella,Chocolate chips cookies,Oatmeal raisin cookies,Brownies
Coming from Riverdale, NJ, Sues House of Fudge features over 20 flavors of Fresh Fudge Chocolate covered Pretzels Bulk Candy
Did someone say PIZZA?!?!? We are excited to announce that Weirdough Pizza will be joining most Saturdays, although not able to be here with us this Saturday at the Hopatcong Marketplace. They'll be back Oct. 10th.
“We are a farm to pizza operation with a new menu every week based on what's available fresh and local. Fully transportable, we go wherever pizza is needed!”
Roman-style, square-cut pizza, made by hand daily in our custom oven. Crispy on the bottom and chewy in the middle with fresh cheeses, crisp veggies, and salty meats. In Italy they call it pizza al taglio, here we call it pizza by the slice.
The doctor has been pickling for over three generations; it began with our grandfather, who started out making pickles in his basement. He would then sell them at Bungalow Colonies in the Catskill Mountains, and various farmers markets under the company name, Shimmy's Pickles. Our father would later open up Paterson Pickle Co., which supplied fresh pickled products & produce to various supermarkets and restaurants.
|Event Date||10-24-2020 10:00 am|
|Event End Date||10-24-2020 3:00 pm|
|Location||Hopatcong Park & Ride Lot|