An indoor, year-round marketplace where residents and visitors can find fresh, seasonal food from local farmers, fishers, and food entrepreneurs. Dine-in or shop for produce, meat and poultry, eggs, dairy, fish, bread and baked goods, beverages, and specialty and prepared foods. Visit for kids activities, cooking demos, classes, events, and fresh food all year long.
Celebrating craft beverage culture, "The Yard" is Trolley Barn's Wine, Beer, & Spirit Garden nestled in its very own park with more than 9,500 square feet of outdoor garden area, vast open-air seating, an inviting covered pavilion and a large game area complete with Cornhole.
Black River Farms is a Lehigh Valley vineyard and winery owned and operated by Andrew and Kris Warner. Blessed with rich and productive soils that assist us in growing grapes of the highest quality, we are proud to share the final product, our flavorful wines. We are so happy to offer their relaxed, rustic tasting area to Trolley Barn guests.
Doan Distillery was started in 2020 after owners, Susan and Christopher LaBonge decided to take time to appreciate life's little pleasures. With this renewed focus, they shared time, cocktails, and many warm evening fires contemplating how they could work together on an endeavor which they were both passionant and would enjoy.
The Nelsons and Reynards along with Head Brewer Josh Bushey and Executive Chef Jeremy Bialker bring their award winning craft beer and Peanut Butter Bacon Cheddar burger from the old Mount Vernon Hotel located in Easton to our fantastic new Quakertown Trolley Barn Public Market.
Red Door Coffee Roaster is the product of Diana and Jim Hall-Yurasits’ love of coffee and serving customers.
Diana has spent over 30 years in the hospitality industry. She has done everything from bus tables to manage hotel restaurants. In 1998 she opened Diana’s Café on Route 309 in Center Valley. The café serves breakfast and lunch and provides full-service corporate and residential catering.
Jim is the owner of Clean-Cut Construction, a small remodeling company which he started in 1989. Jim has won various local and regional awards for remodeling projects over 29 years of business.
Together, Jim and Diana have started Red Door Coffee Roaster. The motivation for a third business was simple: they are always going in separate directions with their two diverse businesses. They wanted a business that they could do together. Roasting fresh coffee seemed like it would make a nice addition to the Café’s offerings; so a business was born.
Roasting coffee is a simple process yet it is very complex at the same time. Jim is applying the same creativity and attention to detail that has made him an award winning contractor to the art of roasting coffee. Diana is serving Red Door coffee in the café and getting feedback from customers. She uses that feedback to improve every roast. Their goal is to provide the best cup of coffee available….to provide “restaurant quality” coffee to everyone.
Full Earth Goods joins a community of creatives and foodies in the Trolley Barn Public Market and hopes to host community building events. Stop in for some local kombucha, a healthy after-school snack for your little one, a small bouquet of flowers in a vintage vase, ingredients for a simple affordable dinner, or to fill your fridge with organic produce.
Bucks County Confections brings the best baked goods from around Bucks County to the Trolley Barn to satisfy our guests' cravings for a sweet treat. Our offerings will include cake-pops, cupcakes, cookies, brownies, and chocolates.
In alignment with TBPM, Bucks County Confections offers a line of Gluten-free flavors and Vegan flavors so everyone may enjoy!
Rick Pongracz and his business partner grew up dreaming about going into business together. Today, they have a recognizable brand serving hand crafted, super premium ice cream, sundaes, shakes and more. Ice cream is made on site, which offers an experience for all that pass through. They are thrilled to bring their concept to The Trolley Barn and look forward to serving you!