The Market Line Joins the Sidewalk Dining Trend with New ‘Patio’

Posted on: August 21st, 2020 at 5:08 am by

The Market Line is joining the outdoor commerce movement during these pandemic times.

Now returned from its months-long COVID-19 sidelining, the Lower East Side food court has gone upstairs. With a wraparound dining patio on Norfolk Street.

Participating vendors teamed up to contribute signature items to a single, joint Market Line menu only available outdoors. In addition to classic vendor dishes, the Market Line Patio menu features new collaborative dishes from each vendor. Including dishes from Slice Joint, Schaller & Weber, Que Chevere, Pickle Guys, Nixtamal, Essex Pearl and Southeast Asia Food Group.

Alcoholic beverages are provided by The Grand Delancey and People’s Wine Shop & Bar.

There is seating for forty with socially distanced tables.

Hours:
Wednesday: 4 -10pm
Thursday: 4 -10pm
Friday: 4 -10pm
Saturday: 2 – 10pm
Sunday: noon – 6pm
Closed Mondays and Tuesdays

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