Located on the quaint Columbia Place just under the BQE.
Let's go inside, shall we?
Del's Lemonade, Almond Water, Kombucha, Red Jacket Orchard juices, and more.
Battenkill Valley Milk
"Our neighborhood customers are big fans of the glass bottles," said Graville.
Meadow Creek Farm Yogurts
Yogurt people: y'all really have to try the maple.
Orangina, Q Club soda, Manhattan Special, the Blueprint Cleanse juices, and coconut waters.
Seasonal produce is delivered to the market multiple times a week through Finger Lakes Farms.
Slaws and Krauts
For sale by the jar. You can also get the Hawthorne Valley ginger carrots on one of Iris Cafe's sandwiches.
Polenta, farro, and freekah. That's the same freekah that Iris Cafe uses in their grain salad.
Available by the shovelful (next to the popcorn kernels, oats, and other dry grains). The same granola that's been such a big hit since day one at the cafe. "Our granola was really the impetus for the bulk bins at the market. Everybody wants to take it home."
McClure's Bloody Mary Mixer, Salted Capers
Salt fiends, get over here.
Chocolate bars from the Red Hook chocolate factory/rum distillery Cacao Prieto. All of the organic cacao beans and sugars are sourced from the Dominican Republic.
Brand new, these caramels are made by Brooklyn neighbor Ava Hamilton and for now can't be found anywhere else.
Ruby Bay Salmon Jerky
Fish jerky located near the register in Peppered and Teriyaki flavors.
Available all day from the back counter.
Take Away Menus
Iris is named after owner Rachel Graville's mom. (Awww.)
A special mini kitchen behind the drinks fridge for the kiddie shoppers. (Double awww.)
Stewart & Claire Lip Balms
For those who have graduated from Lip Smackers, these organic, all-natural balms made by a Food & Wine editor and her partner are awesome. I'm a big fan of the Old Fashioned (mmm, bourbony, citrusy lips).
Jane's of Kingston Ice Cream
From the Hudson Valley, this small-batch ice creamery has a dedicated following but it's not that easy to find around town. Iris Take Away is scooping it out by the cup and cone.