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This is an indoor market featuring dozens of different vendors, including fishmongers, butchers, vegetable sellers, grocers, and a few non-food stalls, like a tailor, a barber, etc. Much like the Arthur Avenue Market, though not as large, this is an indispensable spot for foodies looking for harder-to-find goods like ethnic specialties (tripe, pork belly, yuca) or anything you need for dinner, fresh and well priced.
Eat your way through the Lower East Side on this walking tour supporting local business. Visit individually owned establishments and sample their u...
Though the Essex Street Market faces a somewhat uncertain future at the corner of Essex and Delancey streets, there are some positive developments taking place between its 71-year-old walls.As The Lo-... More »
Yesterday at the New Amsterdam Market, Saxelby Cheesemonger's Benoit Breal told us that beginning in early November, the shop will be open on Sundays. And Saxelby isn't the only one catering to shoppe... More »
To find him, enter the north doors of the ESSEX STREET MARKET, take a left at the fresh fish stand, veer past the papayas and cherries (no tasting), and swing right down the far corridor. The barber shop has 47 clocks hanging on the walls. His name is Yacha, from Uzbekistan. He doesn't have business cards, does not accept appointments, does not do perms, and does not speak much English. Not big on the small talk either. "So Yacha," I say, "what's with all the clocks?" ... More »
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