Best Breakfasts (Inside Jersey) January 12, 2017

**Winner Best Breakfast Sandwich “The breakfast sandwich may be the most widely consumed morning menu item in New Jersey…I don’t hesitate to say that this is the best breakfast sandwich I’ve ever had – anywhere.”



A Kinder Kill (NJ Monthly) September 20, 2015

At Double Brook Farm, animals are treated with compassion, even as they head to slaughter… Click HERE for the story.



A Better Way to Go (Edible Jersey High Summer) July 2015

In March 2015, after a five year process, the farm became the first in New Jersey, and just the second in the United States, to open a USDA-certified, on-farm slaughterhouse that can handle all livestock.  Click HERE for the story.






Our farm, Double Brook Farm, was featured in this piece by CNBC called ‘Escaping the Cube’. We were honored to be selected for the spotlight and you will see some of the market and the upcoming restaurant highlighted in the video!



Brick Farm Market is included in Philadelphia Magazine‘s “Shoppist” section under Field Guide: 5 Best Shops and Sights in Princeton. July, 2014


Brick Farm Market is a Winner in the (May 14, 2014) NJ Business magazine’s 54th Annual ” New Good Neighbor” Awards!


Brick Farm Market is Hopewell Borough’s newest treasure. Located at 65 Broad Street, it was once the home of Malek Chevrolet, a small, family-owned-and-operated new and used car dealer and a landmark in Hopewell’s landscape – a landscape that is a blend of yesteryear’s historic relics and today’s progress, much as the Brick Farm Market is [read more…].

Best Breakfasts in NJ: Central (from NJ Monthly Magazine by Pat Tanner) January 2013


Bill of Fare: Brick Farm Market serves homestyle food with locally grown ingredients (from the Times of Trenton by Susan Sprague Yeske, Photos by Michael Mancuso) January 2014

When Jon and Robin McConaughy bought Double Brook Farm in Hopewell Township, they set out to raise food for their family. …They wanted to know where their food came from, and wanted their children to know too. But before long family and friends were asking for cuts of meat or fresh vegetables, and they found they were adding more cattle, a few hogs and more rows of vegetables. They saw a welcoming market for what they could raise, and an idea was formed. [read more]

Photo by Michael Mancuso

Photo by Michael Mancuso



Keeping it Local (from Princeton Packet Magazine by Bernadette Suski-Harding, Photos by Mark Czajkowski) October 2013

When you step into Brick Farm Market on Broad Street in Hopewell, you immediately get the sense there’s something special happening here. There is. [read more]


It Starts With The Soil (from Princeton Magazine) Summer 2013

With Brick Farm Market, Double Brook farm and a restaurant and creamery to come, Jon and Robin McConaughy are growing an agrarian hamlet in Hopewell.[read more]


Double Brook Farm Takes an All-encompassing Approach to Farming and embraces their community in the process (from 150ish)  July 25, 2013

At Double Brook Farm in Hopewell, New Jersey, we found a great example of how a small farm can grow into a thriving, multi-layered business. [read more]


Fresh New Farmers in New Jersey Feed the Demand for Crops That Are Produced Locally (from the The Times of Trenton) June 2, 2013

HOPEWELL TOWNSHIP Jon McConaughy was an unlikely pick for a farmer. Formerly a trader at Credit Suisse on Wall Street, he gave it all up several years ago to raise animals and crops and run a market in Hopewell. Stocks and bonds were not the only things that mattered to him, he said. [read more]


IN THE KITCHEN: New Chef Heads Farm Market Kitchen (From The Princeton Packet) May 10, 2013

Chase Gerstenbacher, who was recently named executive chef for the Brick Farm Group (, may have been born and raised in Philadelphia, but his ties to the Princeton area run long and deep.  The group’s Hopewell projects include Double Brook Farm, Brick Farm Market — the much anticipated and soon-to-open retail store in Hopewell Borough — and, perhaps next year, Brick Farm Tavern. [read more]