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Essex Street Market
Produce Market
Today 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
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120 Essex St New York, NY 10002
120 Essex StreetUSNew YorkNew York10002
(212) 312-3603essexstreetmarket.com
Produce MarketToday 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Monday 8:00 am – 7:00 pmTuesday 8:00 am – 7:00 pmWednesday 8:00 am – 7:00 pmThursday 8:00 am – 7:00 pmFriday 8:00 am – 7:00 pmSaturday 8:00 am – 7:00 pmSunday 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
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Indoor market with rows of vendors specializing in meat, fish, cheese, produce & specialty foods.- Google
"Small indoor market with many small stores selling gourmet food and foodstuffs."
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"Good for group brunch w mimosa (3 free."
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Daniel Jay Bertner
a week ago
Love this place. Slightly pricier then some others around the neighborhood , but I'd rather pay the markup for food that isn't rotting (ahem... Fine fare)
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Celinne Da Costa
a year ago
It's cute to look at, but the trinkets are way expensive. Maybe it was the time period I went during (Sept), but there wasn't much of a selection either. I prefer other markets!
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ej shortell
2 years ago
There is a large selection of foods. Some are gourmet. There are meats, cheeses, great gourmet foods, ice cream, desserts, pastries, breads, croissants, and much much more. There are stalls that sell ethnic foods. Great place to go for many different foods under one roof. Have fun.
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Athena Chang
3 years ago
It always makes me feel smitten when I shop here, knowing I am supporting local vendors. There are cheese, gourmet bread, fresh fruit, grocery, pastry, meat market and juice bar all housed here. It has been around since early 1900s and I believe they should be around for another 100. The price here are very reasonable when compared to Whole Foods. I enjoy the bread and pastry here a lot. I also want to try their homemade sausage here although I always get here too late.
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Dorie Lo
a year ago
A little market place with a small space for community dining. Aside from selling its meats, dairy, fruits, and vegetables, you also have a bagel place, a taco place, and other eateries available to purchase from. To many in the neighborhood, it's a one stop shopping place where you get the necessities for a fraction of the price as you would get in a supermarket. The famed Brooklyn Taco is in here. Prices for vegetables and fruits are very affordable. Only ever came here to eat but not to purchase any market produce.
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Harrison Markey
3 years ago
Great find. I was startled when I walked in and saw so many awesome little merchants. Bacon Chocolate. Yeah I said it. I did a little homework and found out these types of Markets were encouraged by the city back in the day to get street vendors off the streets (way way back in the day). Well I wish there were more of these around. No need to go to a uspermarket, you can get fresh veggies, meat, and fish here. You can also stop by the cheese monger and while your at it get your haircut. What a terrific place.
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Anthony Alcaro
2 years ago
Essex Street Market is similar to Chelsea Market has more of a Reading Terminal (an awesome market in Philadelphia) feeling. Inside you'll find all kinds of little artisan shops and services (Authentic haircut? Check! Awesome tacos? Check!) and it's all organized in an easy to follow fashion. The atmosphere seems a little bit 'hipster' but don't let that turn you off - This place is one great market!
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Gina Mori
2 years ago
Highlight vendors include Tra La La Juice , Rainbos Fish; Heritage Meats (these guys rule the school); Ronnie Sue's; Luis Meat Market, Boubouki (amazing prepared foods made with grace), Formaggio Essex (awesome gourmet goodies), Ni Japanese Delicacies (amazing prepared foods), Sexelby Cheesemongers (oh cheese), Pain D'Avignon (chocolate pistachio croissant), all the grocery joints, and of course, Aminova's Barber Shop!!