April 2019

Purchasing EPM Gift Cards

Please note that the purchase of EPM gift cards will be suspended on Sunday April 14th at 5 pm and will be back online and at the gift card kiosk located at the Easton Public market in approximately one week.  Click HERE to confirm their availability and thank you for your patience until this feature is reactivated.  In the meantime you can still purchase Downtown Gift Cards that can be used at all EPM vendors.


Silvershell Counter + Kitchen

Opening in late April, Silvershell Counter + Kitchen is the newest concept of Lee Chizmar and Erin Shea of the award-winning Bolete Restaurant, and  joins Chizmar’s and Shea’s Mister Lee’s Noodles also at EPM.  Offering the quintessential cuisine of the Northeast, Silvershell will be the perfect spot to stop for a quick cup of chowder, or pick up fresh fish, clams or lobster to take home and prepare.

Menu items available at “the counter” for those on-the-go, will include a rotating selection of fresh fish, shellfish, soups as well as prepared meals to take home. The kitchen will focus on classic New England clam shack fare such as lobster rolls, fried clams, stuffed quahhogs, steamers and freshly shucked oysters with signature housemade sauces.  Read more >


The Modern Crumb Bakeshop

And opening in May, The Modern Crumb Bakeshop operated by pastry chef Kathryn Gaffney of Easton. Her menu will feature savory and sweet pastries and desserts, including Huckleberry Lemon Danish, Key Lime Brioche and Strawberry Croissants; and you will find a variety of baguettes, seasonal focaccias, brioche rolls and braids, and English muffin pullman loaves along with custom-made cakes, cheesecakes, puddings and desserts.

Gaffney, a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America (CIA), has an extensive background working alongside James Beard Award-winning Chef Francisco Migoya, teaching at the CIA, and honing her skills in fine restaurants and bakeries on both the East and West coasts. She spent five years at Thomas Keller’s Bouchon Bakery in California, working her way up to the role of head baker. Locally, Gaffney spent two years as the executive pastry chef for Sands Casino Resort Bethlehem, and worked alongside Chef Lee Chizmar as a pastry chef at Bolete. Read More>


Upcoming Market Events, Workshops, Classes and Pop-Ups

Upcoming events and classes are listed below (click on the event link for registration information) or view the entire EPM calendar HERE


Free Range Music .. Fridays in the Acoustic Kitchen from 6-8 pm


Yoga and Brunch with Easton Yoga & Greenmouth

Sunday, April 28th 
9am-10:30am
$22/person | Limited 15 seats

Register Here to kick-start your Sunday!

Join Alicia Rambo of Easton Yoga and Sarah Hinsch of Greenmouth Table at the Easton Public Market for a healthy and delicious start to your Sunday!  Alicia will guide a one-hour gentle morning flow to wake your body up and Sarah will prepare a nutritious breakfast to enjoy at the end of class.  A healthy habit — Yoga & Brunch at the Easton Public Market!


Children’s Story Hour

Every Wednesday | 9:30 am in the FreySmiles Kids’ Zone

EPM and Book & Puppet Co. are teaming up to offer families a free morning storyhour. The venerable storytellers from Book & Puppet Co. will share some of their favorite tales and characters every Wednesday, as kids and their parents are invited to explore the market’s FreySmiles Kids’ Zone. Grab a breakfast sandwich from Dundore & Heister, a drink from Fieldstone Coffee Roasters & Tea, or a sweet treat from one of your favorite vendors.


Story Book Characters at EPM

Saturdays – 12 noon | Sundays – 3 pm
* Fridays – Easton Out Loud

April 26*| 27 | 28:  Rotten Ralph
May 4 | 5:  Danny’s Dino
May 11 | 12:  Pout Pout Fish
May 18 | 19:  Mercy Watson
May 24*:  PBS 39 Telebear
May 25 | 26:  Wild Thing


Every Saturday behind EPM 9am – 1pm

The Easton Compost Program was launched in July 2018 as a partnership between the City of Easton, American Biosoils, and the Greater Easton Development Partnership . We’re completing the food loop – farm to fork to farm, again.  Compost buckets are free for anyone who lives within City of Easton limits, but we ask for a $20 donation to the program for those outside of the City. Interested in registering for a bucket? Email Miranda@eastonpartnership.org for more information or see us in the parking lot behind the Easton Public Market on Saturdays between 9:00 am and 1:00 pm. Buckets are distributed on scheduled dates – first come, first served.

Click here for more information.