Here’s the Full List of Vendors for the New Essex Street Market, Debuting in a Few Weeks

Posted on: March 18th, 2019 at 5:08 am by

The Essex Street Market is on the precipice of ditching its 79-year-old home for fancy new digs at Essex Crossing. All vendors currently in operation will cross Delancey for upgraded stalls, joining a gaggle of other newcomers.

In fact, changes to the proverbial lineup have been myriad. The final roundup – there are forty total vendors – is now here for your consumption.

The moving date changed several times during construction, but finally landed on this spring. Just a few weeks from now, in fact.

“We took time to discuss the best opening period with our existing vendors, who ultimately decided they prefer to move all together with the new vendors joining the space,” an EDC spokesperson relayed in a recent email.

Full roster of vendors:

Formaggio
Davidovich Bakery
Luna Bros
Café D’Avignon
Riverdel Fine Foods
EAT’s Khao Man Gai
Valley Shepherd Creamery
Artists Alliance
Czars Grooming
Essex Farms
Luis Meat
New Star
Rainbo’s
Sugar Sweet Sunshine
Tralala Juice
Flower Power
Porto Rico
La Tiendita
Essex Olive & Spice
Happy Pig
Arancini Bros.
Nordic Preserves
Top Hops
Ni Japanese
Dominican Cravings
Puebla Mexican
Peasant Stock
Viva
Shopsins
Saffron
Josephine’s Feast
Roni-Sue
Chinatown Ice Cream Factory
Don Ceviche
Exit 9 Gift Emporium
Zerza
Essex Shambles
Heros & Villains
Samesa
Mille Nonne

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