Welcome to Shaker Shed

Store Hours: Open 7 Days a Week

Monday - Saturday 9am - 5pm

 Sunday 9am - 4pm

Cafe Hours : Open Monday - Saturday 9am - 3pm

Now Open!

Hardy Mums, Pumpkins, Straw Bales, 

Corn Stalks, Winter Squash, Pies, Pastries, Gifts, Furniture, 

Wall Art, Candles and Christmas decor & Gifts 

Looking Forward to Serving You!

Daily Soups & Specials For the Week of  October 24


Vermonter on a French Roll - ham, cheddar, apple slices, lettuce & apple butter $6.95

Turkey & Bacon Melt on Grilled Rye w/ american cheese & russian dressing $7.25

Soups: Manhattan Clam Chowder OR Creamy Chicken & Spinach


Turkey & Provolone on a Tomato Basil Wrap w/ lettuce, onion, artichokes & roasted red pepper mayo $7.25

2 Hot Dogs w/ meat sauce & onion $5.25

Soup: Stuffed Pepper


Chicken Salad on a Hard Roll w/ swiss cheese, lettuce & tomato  $7.25

Roadhouse Wrap - beef steak, bacon, cheddar, sauteed onions & mushrooms, BBQ sauce & lettuce $7.75

Soup: Butternut Squash


Bacon & Cheddar Quiche served w/ a small soup & dinner roll $6.25

Grilled Roast Beef & Cheddar on a Croissant w/ au jus & horseradish mayo $7.25

 Soup: Creamy Buffalo Chicken OR Tomato Basil


Seafood Salad on a Wrap w/ lettuce, tomato & american cheese $7.25

Homemade Mac & Cheese served w/ a dinner roll 

12oz. $3.95  16oz. $4.95

Homemade Buffalo Chicken Mac & Cheese served w/ a dinner roll

12oz. $4.50  16oz. $5.50 

Home Fries $2.25

Soup: Chicken Tortellini

Our Shaker Heritage

Shaker Shed Farm, Market & Café takes its name from the Shakers, a historical religious sect that broke off from the Quakers in England, moved to the American colonies and settled in the Watervliet area. Called Shakers because they literally shook their upper bodies during worship, they established a dozen settlements throughout New York and New England in the late 1700s. There were 87 members of the Watervliet community by the turn of the 19th century.

Family owned and operated

Fast forward to about 1935. That’s when Paul Coleman and his brothers bought land that was previously owned by the Shakers. After Paul’s brothers left the business, he and his nephew kept on farming the property.

Paul married Helen Norris, whose family owned a chicken farm on Albany Shaker Road. Their daughter Bridget married David Brizzell, who decided to sell pansies off a roadside wagon in 1974.

Today, the 10-acre farm - which includes a fruit and vegetable store, a café and 11 greenhouses – is operated by their children Laura Lind and Benjamin Brizzell. Like their parents, they are committed to exceptional customer service and outstanding quality.

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