Health & Wellness

Organic Market and Cafe Opens in North Salem

Bakery goodies at The Market at Union Hall Credits: The Market at Union Hall
Credits: The Market at Union Hall
The Market at Union Hall offers tastings of its gourmet fare. Credits: The Market at Union Hall

NORTH SALEM, N.Y.— North Salem has a new gourmet market and café.

Housed below the historic 1848 general store at 2 Keeler Lane,  The Market at Union Hall contains a carefully curated selection of natural delectables including  coffees, espressos, cappuccinos and lattes, as well as locally made cakes and pastries, muffins, cookies and locally sourced eggs, meats and cheeses.

The market offers samplings of its fare, and sells a wide array of prepared sandwiches, sushi, salads and other items perfect for grabbing while on the go, or enjoying on site or in their outdoor patio seating.

The Market at Union Hall offers many gluten-free, vegan and organic food options as well. 

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