Market & Café
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.
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.
We prepare specialty cakes, pies and other confections made to order. Just give us a call at (401) 847-3912.
Our Sweet Berry Farm To Go service provides platters, bagged lunches, salads and desserts for your catered affair or simple picnic on the beach. Orders must be placed three days in advance. View our menu here.
Sweet Berry Farm proudly serves a wide variety of ice cream. We offer both soft-serve and hard scoop and in our Market freezer you’ll find Susanna’s Ice Cream and Sorbet pre-packed in several sizes.
Susanna’s ice cream and dairy-free sorbets are handmade right here at Sweet Berry Farm, using local ingredients whenever possible, including fresh cream from Arruda’s award-winning dairy in Tiverton, Sweet Berry Farm fruit in season, and freshly roasted beans from Middletown’s Custom House Coffee.
Awards & Press
Rhode Island Monthly, "Best Ice Cream in RI"
Yankee Magazine: “Best Ice Cream in all of New England”
Thrillist: “With flavors like the Maple Pecan made with Quebec maple syrup, or the Honey Vanilla using honey from the bees at Sweet Berry, it’s been called the best ice cream in New England. And if it isn’t, it’s damn close.”
Serious Eats: " Sweet Berry Farm is one of New England's best-kept secrets. It's got a little bit of everything—pick-your own fruit, 100 acres of farmland, and a post-and-beam farm café. There's a lot of great food inside that café, including some of the best ice cream in New England."
The Bay: "Home grown and made with goodness" Town & Country: "Best Ice Cream" BuzzFarmers: “The best ice cream in RI, by a massive majority, was Susanna’s Ice Cream.” Boston Globe: "Order the Honey Vanilla ice cream — made with honey from Sweet Berry Farm’s buzzing bees."
Newport Life: Featuring Susanna's recipe for Blueberry Sorbet.