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Come peruse our selection of locally grown meat, produce, dairy, eggs, and flowers in a beautifully restored blacksmith shop.

Shop our hand-selected assortment of gifts this season

Hours of operation

Monday to Wednesday- Closed
Thursday, Saturday, Sunday- 9 AM to 4 PM
Friday- 9 AM to 5 PM

Give yourself the gift of time and let us cater your holiday dinner!

For holiday catering, head to The Cafe at 9 Main, located just across the street.

Our talented Chefs are dedicated to making sure your holiday catering needs are met. Take some time for yourself this season and let us do the cooking!

Who We Are

Welcome To The Smithy

Nestled in the rolling hills of Litchfield County Connecticut, just a few miles away from the beautiful Lake Waramaug, The Smithy Market sources produce, meats, and specialty grocery items from local farms and vendors.

We strive to source and showcase  local, sustainable & organic  products that support our local community and global ecosystem.

Our community

A piece of local history

In the heart of New Preston, The Smithy is housed in an authentic recreation of the village's mid-19th century blacksmith shop.

This dynamic community hub, promotes and celebrates the best of everything local : farms, foods, arts, crafts, classes, performances and events.

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What's happening at The Smithy

Marc Isolda and Susan Reinberg

Marc Isolda and Susan Reinberg

"In Passing" is a collection of landscapes, water views, city scenes, floral studies, still life, and wildlife images by Connecticut photographers Susan Reinberg and Marc Isolda.

"We chose the theme "In Passing" for this exhibit," Susan explains, "because that is how our photographs are made. We stop along the way. The images are the journal of our lives."

“I've had a camera in my hand since I was 8 years old,” Marc says. “Even then, I was fascinated with the idea that I could capture a moment in time — I could freeze forever something that would never happen again. Taking pictures was almost magical. I still feel that way.”

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