Quick Bite

Brick Farm Market Boasts Super-Fresh Options

The hip Hopewell joint houses a prepared-food section, bakery, juice bar, and butcher and cheese counters.

Photo by Shelby Vittek

Brick Farm Market
65 East Broad Street

Open: Breakfast, lunch and dinner, daily

Price: $$ BYO

Style: Part market, part food hall, Brick Farm Market is a quaint yet hip and lively spot with brick walls, large windows and wooden tables, including several long communal ones.

The Scoop: In 2013, Jon and Robin McConaughy, owners of Double Brook Farm, converted a 1930s auto repair shop into Brick Farm Market, which sells food grown and raised on their farm. In addition to the excellent prepared foods, there’s a bakery, juice bar and butcher and cheese counters—all under the same roof. (In 2015, they opened their restaurant, Brick Farm Tavern.)

The Menu: The Taste Cafe counter serves homestyle dishes, including fritattas, soups, sandwiches and salads made from locally-produced ingredients. The Cuban sandwich comes with pulled pork, smoked ham, melted Swiss and pickles. The Blueberry Salad combines arugula, blueberries, goat cheese, pickled fennel and hazelnuts. The All-American Burger is topped with American cheese, the Farm Burger with smoked cheddar and sautéed onions. Both are made from grass-fed beef. Grab a fresh-pressed juice from the juice counter or a sweet danish or cookie from the bakery.

Heads Up: Lunch on weekdays is the easiest time to find a spot at a table. There’s a few additional seats upstairs by the cheese counter.

What are Quick Bites? Short takes on casual, affordable dining.

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