The Oculus has been rolling out the coolest events to attract even more guests to the World Trade Center.
Well now, you can skip the grocery store on Tuesdays and head to the Oculus instead, Time Out NY reports.
The Greenmarket has returned to the World Trade Center after 16 years, and it has set up shop in the Oculus Plaza from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. now, through November 21st.
The farmers market will sell fresh and local goods, like veggies, fruits, juices, dairy products, seafood and bread.
Imagine taking a relaxing Citibike ride home through FiDi with a loaf of fresh warm bread and farm fresh ingredients to cook for dinner.
As part of GrownNYC Greenmarket's mission, all foods at the market are 100% grown, produced, caught, or foraged by farmers.
The market first set up its stalls at the Twin Towers in 1984, but it closed after the tragic 9/11 attacks.
Now, it's back with 11 vendors:
1. 1857 Spirits, Barbers Farm Distillery: Handcrafted potato vodka from Schoharie County, NY
2. Beth's Farm Kitchen: Jams, preserves, chutneys, and pickled vegetables from Columbia County, NY
3. Consider Bardwell Farm: Animal Welfare Approved raw cow and goat milk cheeses, and wood-fired maple syrup from Rutland County, VT
4. Kernan Farms: Vegetables from Cumberland County, NJ
5. Lavender By The Bay: Fresh cut, dried, and potted lavender and honey from Suffolk County, NY
6. Las Delicias Patisserie: Baked goods from Bronx County, NY
7. Meredith's Country Bakery: Baked goods from Ulster County, NY
8. Migliorelli Farm and From the Ground Brewery: Vegetables, orchard fruit, and beer from Dutchess County, NY
9. Row by Row Farm: Vegetables from Ulster County, NY
10. Roxbury Mountain Maple: Maple syrup and maple products from Delaware County, NY
11. Samascott Orchards, Nine Pin Ciderworks: Orchard fruit, strawberries, and cider from Columbia County, NY
Checkout the GrowNYC website for a calendar of events for cooking demos, seasonal celebrations and family activities at the Greenmarket's new location.