Salem, Massachusetts is a town full of history, and their small but well-curated farmers’ market is no different. Located in downtown Derby Square in front of the Old Town Hall—the oldest surviving municipal building in Salem—this market traces its origins back to the 1600s. Today, vendors set up shop every Thursday afternoon in the summer and fall to sell local produce, prepared foods, flowers, seafood, and more. There’s activities for kids and live music, making for a fun and tasty afternoon.
Laurel Randolph is a food and lifestyle writer hailing from Tennessee and living in Los Angeles. She enjoys cooking, baking and candlestick making. Tweet at her face: @laurelrandy.