DayLife and Its Astroturf Return to Orchard Street on Sunday

Posted on: May 30th, 2014 at 11:02 am by

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Photo: Lori Greenberg

With the Orchard Street pedestrian mall basically dead, DayLife will again continue its quest to revive the Sunday mall trend. Albeit in a more “suburban” manner. The periodic event – organized by the Lower East Side BID – is set to return for a third season this Sunday, June 1.

As with previous summers, DayLife will roll out the astroturf and unbox the pseudo-pushcarts along the three-block span between East Houston and Delancey. It’ll be an afternoon of programming geared toward foodies, fashion, and music.

DayLife remains a band-aid for the pedestrian mall, though.

Herewith the full lineup of vendors and such:

EATS BY….

Black Tree
Brannon’s
Brooklyn Taco
The Derby
Galli
Georgia’s Eastside BBQ
Grey Lady
Heartbeet Juicery
Jicama
Goodfella’s Pizza
Khao Man Gai NY
Korilla Korean BBQ
La NewYorkina
Luca and Bosco
Meatball Shop
Melt Bakery
Mimi & Coco
Mission Cantina
Moscow 57
Ni Japanese Deli
Patacon Pisao
Pop Karma
Roasting Plant
Souvlaki GR
Sweet Buttons
Tache Artisan Chocolates
Trusty Burgers and Bites

FASHION BY….

Eleanor Kalle
David Owens Vintage
Grit N Glory
The Hoodie Shop
Pull-In
Qilo
SHUT Skates
Urban Cricket
Yaf Sparkle

STAGE AT TAMMANY HALL….

12:30 – 1:30 DJ Kai Song
1:30 – 2:30 ALCALA
2:30 – 3:30 DJ Deja
3:30 – 4:30 Bruce Tantum
4:30 – 5 Ellen Kaye

TD BANK DANCE TENT….

12-3pm Scratch DJ Academy
3-5pm DJ Hurrikeen

FUN BY….

Manny Cantor Fitness Center
Yoga High
Scratch DJ Academy
Live Pet Portraits by Carlos Arteaga
Real NY
Bocce Ball
Dance Tent
Face Painting

EDUCATION BY….

Lowline
Manny Cantor Center
Zipcard

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