Lower East Side Pickle Day Returning October 27

Posted on: September 11th, 2013 at 10:34 am by
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Thanks to the wrath of Hurricane Sandy, last fall was fully sour for pickle fanatics. Winds, floods, and lack of power in the wake of the late-October storm completely sidelined the annual Lower East Side Pickle Day. That was then. The event returns next month for the first time since 2010. The Lower East Side BID sends along word that you should grab a Sharpie and circle Sunday, October 27 on your calendars.

Pickle Day 2013 will be much different than years past, and not just because its new location on Orchard between Houston and Delancey. This time around it’s running in tandem with the semi-frequent DayLife series brought to the neighborhood by the BID.

Complete vendor list is still in the works, but below are confirmed business:

Picklers

Adamah
Brooklyn Brine
Divine Brine
Guss’ Pickles (not the one that was once on Orchard. That’s Ess-a-Pickle)
Horman’s Best Pickles
The Pickle Guys, 49 Essex Street
Mama O’s
McClure’s
MacDonald Farms
Mrs. Kim’s Kimchi
Natural Harvest Gourmet Pickles
Picklena
Rick’s Picks
Scrumptious Kitchen
Sour Puss Pickles

Food Vendors

Roni-Sue’s Chocolates, 120 Essex Street
Tache Artisan Chocolate, 254 Broome Street
Pop Karma, 95 Orchard Street
Brooklyn Taco, Essex Street Market, 120 Essex Street
Melt Bakery, 132 Orchard Street
Mimi and Coco, 92 Rivington Street
Spur Tree, 76 Orchard Street
Mission Chinese, 154 Orchard Street
Grey Lady, 77 Delancey Street
A Casa Fox, 173 Orchard Street
Goodfellas, 144 Orchard Street
Georgia’s BBQ, 192 Orchard Street

Retail Businesses

Delicate Raymond Jewelry, 73 Orchard Street
GritNGlory, 186 Orchard Street
Hoodie Shop, 181 Orchard Street
Pull-In, 147 Orchard Street
Yaf Sparkle, 158 Orchard Street

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