The French Market Opens in Manhattan – Photographed by Ed Baynard

The French Market officially opened last week in Chelsea Triangle, on Ninth Avenue between 14th & 15th Streets, and artist, photographer, and dear friend Ed Baynard was there to document his findings for On My Plate.  For you Chicagoans, this market is under the same ownership as the year-round Chicago French Market.

Open every Friday and Saturday from 10am to 3pm now through November 24th, the market features farm fresh fruits and vegetables, organic local pastas, breads, and French baked goods, pizza, homemade cheeses, and organic meats.  It also sells crafts and home goods from local designers.

Ed couldn’t leave without buying an organic lavender scone (below).  And the mushrooms he photographed are absolutely divine.  They look surreal! …as does the rose vendor….ooh la la!








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2 Responses to “The French Market Opens in Manhattan – Photographed by Ed Baynard”

  1. Jasmine Chang July 3, 2012 at 5:43 pm #

    DANGEROUSLY close to home! Guess I’ll have to face the fear..a lot. Thanks!

  2. gluttonforlife July 3, 2012 at 6:37 pm #

    How sad is it that I had to learn about this from a Chicagoan?! (Chicagan? Chic-agowoman?) Can’t wait to visit! I see foccacia and panini, but where’s the tarte Niçoise?

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