Guss’ Pickles Officially Gone from Lower East Side

Posted on: March 22nd, 2010 at 6:12 am by

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It’s now official – Guss’ Pickles (nay, Ess-a-Pickle) is forever gone from the Lower East Side.  If you crave their delicious brand of pickles or Passover horseradish, you’ll need to schlep out to Borough Park.  Visual confirmation is nailed to the shuttered gates of 87 Orchard Street.

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It Reads:

We moved to Brooklyn
Ess-a-Pickle
1470 39th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11218
917-701-4000
212-334-3616
We will start selling the horseradish March 21 Sunday

The loss, however, really hit home when a couple of tourists asked us where to find Guss.  They were quite surprised.  Of course, there’s the Pickle Guys just around the corner at 49 Essex Street…

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