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The Essex Market lived on the corner of Essex and Delancey Street for 79 years. In May 2019, the market relocated across the street to Essex Crossing, a complex complete with residences, retail shops, a movie theater and the newly opened Market Line, which is a basement full of dining vendors.
What began as an outdoor hub for pushcart peddlers has transformed into a vast network of vendors in an indoor marketplace. Initially populated predominantly by immigrants, Essex Market is a space enriched by a diverse community, existing as more than just a place of commerce.
With 35 vendors selling everything from fish to coffee beans to sandwiches, there is no shortage of options. Below are seven vendors serving unique dishes that are hard to come by anywhere else.
New York City Public Markets are unique public places that celebrate the rich history, diverse cultures, communities, and cuisine of the city we love. LA MARQUETA Since the beginning, pushcart vendors would congregate below the Metro-North tracks stretching down Park Avenue from 111th street to 119th street, selling produce under the makeshift canopy […]