Those who travel Bermuda’s roadways are sure to spot numerous small gardens along the way. Get your hands on the treasure trove of flavourful ingredients they produce by shopping at the following markets. The delightful flavours of fresh foods and homemade goods will help you make the most of your island trip.
An island institution since 1862, Food & Wine called Miles Market "Bermuda's answer to the American epicurean chain Dean & DeLuca." It’s the perfect place to prep for a picnic, offering shelves stocked with high-quality items from abroad, an in-house butcher, a bakery, cheeses, wines by the bottle and a take-out counter.
Location: Pitts Bay Road, Hamilton
Hours: 7:30 am – 7 pm, Monday to Saturday; Noon – 5 pm, Sunday
With locations in Devonshire and Warwick parishes, Lindo’s is Bermuda’s go-to market, thanks to a connoisseur’s selection of (often organic) produce, freshly caught seafood and impeccably curated local goods. And if you’re on the hunt for a bottle of wine, they have a wide variety to choose from.
Location: 128 Middle Road, Warwick and 4 Watlington Road, Devonshire
Hours: 8 am – 7 pm, Monday, Tuesday and Thursday; 8 am – 8 pm, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday; Closed Sunday
Check out the first step of Bermuda’s farm-to-table scene. This 30-acre, family-owned farm in Southampton is where many of the island’s restaurants source their local ingredients. In addition to a wide array of fresh produce, Wadson’s Farm raises sheep, pigs, chickens and other poultry on 10 acres of pasture without chemicals, hormones or antibiotics. You can pick up all the essentials at the farm’s on-site shop. Tours of Wadson’s Farm are also available by appointment, taking you behind the scenes.
Location: 10 Lukes Pond Road, Southampton
Hours: 10 am – 6 pm, Tuesday – Friday; 9 am – 1 pm, Saturday; Closed Sunday and Monday
This 30-acre, family-owned farm in Southampton is where many of the island’s restaurants source their local ingredients. Tours are also available by appointment, taking you behind the scenes.