Welcome To Sweet Berry Farm
Sweet Berry Farm is a post-and-beam farm market and café situated on 100 acres of conserved farmland. We are located only a short distance from downtown Newport and the island’s beaches. From our market we sell our own freshly grown seasonal fresh fruits, vegetables, cut flowers, as well as a variety of gourmet and specialty foods. The pick-your-own season begins in June when the first strawberries ripen and extends through December with our festive Christmas trees and wreaths. We take pride in our farm and use only sustainable growing practices.
Our chefs create a wide selection of sweets and savories using only the freshest and finest ingredients. Come in for breakfast or lunch, and take home a gourmet dinner. Our self-serve café offers both indoor and outdoor seating.
Our Farm Market sells a variety of produce, dairy, gourmet items, prepared foods and premium ice cream. Many of our products are sourced from local businesses. Throughout the growing season you’ll find pre-picked farm grown produce for sale as well.
Now in Season: Apples
Apple varieties available for picking:
Honeycrisp, Gala, Golden, Gingergold, McIntosh, Macoun, Fuji
Apple varieties available in market:
Sansa, Zestar, McIntosh, Macoun, Honeycrisp, Golden, Gingergold, Cortland, Gala
Please call ahead to check daily availability: (401) 847 - 3912.
We accept all major credit cards.
Weddings & Special Events
Guests of private events at Sweet Berry Farm enjoy a peaceful, beautiful setting with the convenience of being close to town and the beaches. Our two distinctive event sites can accommodate both casual and formal affairs.
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Eastern States Exhibition (ESE): Agricultural Adventurers Award - 2017 | Newport Life Magazine: Best Locally Grown Food - 2010 / Best Local Grower - 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 | Mercury Love Awards: Best Local Market - 2010 / Best Picnic Provisions - 2012 / Favorite Farm Stand - 2014 & 2015 | Rhode Island Monthly: Best Family Picnic - 2011 / Best Berry Picking - 2009 | Yankee Magazine: Best Agricultural Expedition - 2009