Greenwich Town Guide

Fairfield Green Food Guide is pleased to present the Greenwich Town Guide. Our destination-specific pages are created for local-sustainable food enthusiasts who want to easily access the full array of resources offered in and around a town or city. Check back frequently for updates and feel free to contact us with submissions at

Boxcar Cantina sources from a number of local farms and serves lunch throughout the year at the Westport farmers' market.

Farmers’ Markets (Please refer to the 2012 Guide to Farmers’ Markets for a complete and up-to-date listing)

  • The Greenwich Farmers’ Market is held on Saturdays from 9:30am to 1:00pm in the Horse Neck parking lot, across from the Boy’s Club, directly across from I-95′s Exit 3. Opening day is mid-May and the market features a wide range of vendors providing everything from eggs and cheese to organic vegetables and pastured meats.
  • The Greenwich Historical Society Green Market opens for the season in May and is held on Tuesdays from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and on Fridays from 12 to 6:00 p.m., and is located at 39 Strickland Road in Cos Cob.
  • The Pound Ridge, NY Farmers’ Market is held each Sunday from 11-4 in Scotts Corners on the patio of Antiques and Tools of Business and Kitchen, 65 Westchester Avenue and opens for the season in April.

CSAs (Please refer to the CSA tab for a complete and up-to-date listing)

School & Community Gardens

Online Ordering & Home Delivery of Locally Grown Food


  • Whole Foods Market, Greenwich- organic coffee and tea served in their cafe
  • The Perennial Chef, prepared foods and catering using their own organically-grown vegetables, locally sourced ingredients and sustainable seafood. Organic and Fair Trade coffee and tea served. Locations in Bedford Hills and Ridgefield.

Grocery Stores

  • Whole Foods Market, Greenwich (organic and local/regional foods)
  • Greenwich Yoga & Holistic Center (organic coop)
  • Palmer’s Market, Darien (some local and organic foods)
  • Walter Stewart’s Market, New Canaan (good selection of local and artisan foods)
  • The Double L Market, Westport (year-round farmers’ market and artisan foods)
  • The Organic Market, Westport (organic foods plus in-store café)
  • Fairway, Stamford (wide selection of organic foods)
  • Tarry Market, Port Chester (wide selection of artisan and organic foods)


  • Red Bee Apiary & Gardens, Weston (by appointment only), sells single nectar source honeys and hosts artisanal honey tastings.

Specialty Shops

  • The Little Chocolate Company, Greenwich
  • The Organic Market, Westport (also has a lunch counter, hot buffet and seating area)


  • Boxcar Cantina, Greenwich, upscale Southwestern food, a regular lunch vendor at the Westport farmers’ market, Green Restaurant Certified
  • Le Pain Quotidien, Greenwich and New Canaan (source organic ingredients whenever possible and have green business practices)
  • Farmer’s Table, New Canaan (Southwestern casual fare made with local meats and vegetables; features in-store mini farmers’ market)
  • Elm, New Canaan (Chef Brian Lewis’ farm-to-table restaurant will open in March 2012 on Elm Street; serving modern American cuisine rooted in tradition and inspired by the seasons.)
  • LeFarm, Westport (innovative local farm-to-table cuisine; Chef Bill Taibe is a James Beard Foundation Award 2011 Semifinalist for Best Chef Northeast)
  • The Whelk, Westport (local seafood eatery by Bill Taibe and Massimo Tulio)
  • Schoolhouse at Cannondale, Wilton (elegant and refined regional farm-to-table cuisine)
  • The Dressing Room, Westport (white tablecloth regional farm-to-table cuisine)
  • The Boathouse at Saugatuck, Westport (refined regional farm-to-table cuisine)
  • Napa & Co., Stamford (“innovative wine country cuisine made from organic, farm-fresh, seasonal ingredients”)
  • Fat Cat Pie Company, Norwalk (pizza and salads made with organic and local ingredients)
  • Sugar & Olives, Norwalk (local, sustainable farm-sourced ingredients)
  • The Stand Juice Company, Norwalk and Fairfield (organic juice cleanses and casual menu using organic ingredients when possible)
  • Artisan at the Delamar, Southport (white tablecloth seasonally inspired New England cuisine)
  • Health in a Hurry, Fairfield (organic vegetarian food to go Closed November 2012
  • Catch a Healthy Habit Cafe, Fairfield (organic, raw food cafe)
  • Green Gourmet to Go, Black Rock (organic vegetarian food; currently on summer hiatus)
  • Terrain Garden Cafe, organic coffee and locally sourced cafe menu
  • Napa & Co., Stamford (“innovative wine country cuisine made from organic, farm-fresh, seasonal ingredients”)
  • Bloodroot, Bridgeport (organic vegetarian/vegan restaurant)
  • The Filling Station, New Canaan (hamburgers, hot dogs and sloppy joes made with organic raised beef from local farms, organic French fries, and hormone free & anti biotic free milkshakes)
  • Chipotle Mexican Grill, Darien and Fairfield (fast-food chain based on fresh, locally sourced ingredients, organic when possible, and humanely raised.)
  • Restaurant North, Armonk (refined farm-to-table new American fare)
  • Tarry Lodge, Port Chester (Green Restaurant Certified; some sourcing from local farms)

Registered Dieticians

Private Chefs

  • Phoebe Cole-Smith, Personal Chef & Caterer, Weston. Phoebe Cole-Smith, a graduate of the French Culinary Institute in NYC (and former intern in the kitchen at Blue Hill at Stone Barns) is a personal chef and small-scale caterer whose clients support her use of the finest local and organic ingredients available. A backyard suburban want-to-be “farmer”, Phoebe and her husband tend chickens and bees, grow organic vegetables and flowers, and make maple syrup from the sugar maple trees on their property. Contact
  • Daniel Lanzilotta, The Mindful Chef, personal chef and catering services. Chef Daniel Lanzilotta provides private,on-site intimate dinner parties for private events, small weddings and business dinners for discriminating hosts. Organic and traditional menus are created based upon a private interview to help meet the client’s vision and exceed their culinary expections. All cooking is done at your residence/facility anywhere in the world! Contact Daniel Lanzilotta on Facebook, or 203-216-4446.


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