Six Vendors Seeking Booze for Market Line Presence

Posted on: July 9th, 2018 at 5:05 am by

Photo: The Market Line

There will be plenty of booze alongside bites at Essex Crossing next fall. Indeed, a torrent of liquor licenses is on the way for the Market Line. Just downstream from Hell Square. 

On the Community Board 3 docket for tonight’s SLA subcommittee are applications for six separate beer-wine licenses. Each for a previously disclosed vendor joining the party this fall across Delancey Street at Essex Crossing. 

Below is a current tally of vendors where you can drink…

Cubmare – the latest venture from team Contra/Wildair
Essex Pearl – fishmonger and seafood restaurant
Tortilleria Nixtamal – Mexican restaurant import from Corona, Queens
Veselka – offshoot of the East Village Ukrainian classic
Schaller & Weber – family-run German butcher shop and grocer
Kuro-Obi Ramen – a spinoff of the popular Ippudo chain

And other “dry” vendors that recently joined Market Line

Cafe Grumpy
Doughnut Plant
Pickle Guys
Castania Nut Boutique
Ends Meat
Nom Wah Tea Parlor
Substance Vitality Bar

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