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In 1976, Barry Benepe took the risk of opening up a farmer's market. 40 years later, the greenmarket is thriving.
It's surprisingly dramatic!
The city's greenmarkets boast dozens of varieties in an equally dizzying array of colors, shapes, sizes and flavors.
Stock up on your eggs and ramps at more reasonable evening hours—or just booze in the park like a boss.
Heritage chicken, goose, duck and even ostrich eggs are all available at the Union Square Greenmarket.
And now for some good news...
The ramps won't be here for like TWO MORE WEEKS.
With the southern end of the Union Square's annual Holiday Market (now with "Little Brooklyn!") opening on Friday it seems the Greenmarket is coming back from Madison Square Park.
The market must go on, just not necessarily in the usual place.
Fork in the Road's Robert Sietsema says, "They're chewy in a pleasant sort of way, and would probably go well with a number of sauces."
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