The Market Line at Essex Crossing Gets a Sake Bar

Posted on: November 21st, 2018 at 5:02 am by

Photo: The Market Line

Last week, two more vendors were strategically leaked from Essex Crossing developer consortium Delancey Street Associates, and join the plethora of inhabitants at the elephantine Market Line.

S.E.A. Market is slated to be the first retail location from Kevin and Ina Liang, offering imported goods from Southeast Asia, while Gouie New York will be slinging an array of sake and Japanese pintxos. The two vendors are the latest in a slew of businesses filling out the 150,000 square-foot upscale market, set to debut later this year early next year.

It will allegedly complement the new home of the 78-year-old Essex Street Market, of which the current vendors will move to an adjacent state-of-the-art space around the same time.

For those keeping tabs at home, other Market Line vendors released so far have been Cafe Grumpy, Ends Meat, Essex Pearl, Kuro-Obi by Ippudo, Nom Wah, Pilot Kombucha, Schaller & Weber, Tortillería Nixtamal, Veselka, The Pickle Guys, Doughnut Plant, Castania Nut Boutique, Substance Vitality Bar, Moon Man, Pho Grand, Rustic Table Shuk, the Tenement Museum, and Ample Hills.

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