Pound Ridge: Farmer’s Market, Antiques, and Cheese
We’ve lived here in Westchester, NY, now for five years, but I’ve never explored Pound Ridge, which is about 40 minutes away from Katonah.
I wanted to do something fun on Sunday, so when I read in our local paper that Pound Ridge has a farmer’s market, I convinced Don that we should check it out.
The drive was beautiful, as always around here when the sun is out. Once we got to Pound Ridge (Scott’s Corner), I could see a few tents on the sidewalk, so that’s were we headed.
We ate a few cookie samples, bought a few things, and then I headed into the Antiques & Tools store.
Even Don was impressed with the selection of old hand tools this store carries, and I was happy with the prices. They are all firm, but really fair.
I was thinking of buying this :)
This store must have been here forever. It’s not pretty but has charming character and is a great find for a thrift store lover like me.
Don took L to get a slice of pizza, while I made my way down the street. This is the next store…
…and another antiques store.
Across the street is this adorable little cheese shop, Plum Plums. It sells cheese from many different places in the world, and it’s also an art gallery. What a cool combination and use of a little store.
I bought three sets of French cheese knives that were in the 75% off box in front of the store, for only $$5! And I sampled a few amazing cheeses and bought a little piece.
Landon didn’t like the smell in the store, but that’s to be expected from a 5-year-old. It’s definitely “gewoehnungsbedurftig”, but in a good way. I loved it.
Pound Ridge has many other quaint stores to offer that I would have loved to check out, but my two men were getting antsy, so we drove back home.
This was my lunch: reminded me of “Abendbrot” in Germany. Yum!
Pound Ridge, NY: Farmer’s Market, Antiques, and Yummy Cheese