new amsterdam market
A REGIONAL MARKET TAKES FORM
New Amsterdam Thanksgiving Market
Sunday, November 22, 2009
South Street, Manhattan, between Beekman St. and Peck Slip
11:00 am - 4:00 pm
click here for a map
Thanks to our great vendors - and to your incredible support - New Amsterdam Market is evolving as Lower Manhattan's newest destination. At last month's market, purveyors, farmers, producers, and distributors sold out of beets and brussel sprouts, shanks and sausages, kimchee and kombucha; we expect no less this month with so many great offerings on time for your Thanksgiving feast!
TURKEYS, STUFFING, AND ALL THE TRIMMINGS
Set an all-regional Thanksgiving Table with New Amsterdam Market. You can pre-order a local turkey for delivery to the market on the 22nd; buy oysters or sausages for stuffing, plan a seafood-based first course, find all the seasonal produce you need for side dishes, buy the makings for pies and pie-crusts (or order one pre-made); savor local wines and hard ciders; discover some direct-sourced coffees; and round the festivities with local honeys, mead, and sweets made with regional ingredients. You'll find everything you need at the market!
Check our vendor page for ordering instructions, and to plan your holiday menu based on what you'll find from nearly 70 stalls.
COFFEE, PAST AND FUTURE
When you're done with your purchases, take a break at 3:00pm to taste some great roasts from Intelligentsia Coffee, while you learn about the past and future of the coffee trade in New York City, in a 19th century coffee merchant's storehouse that is now part of the South Street Seaport Museum. Advance tickets are only $25 ($35 at the door), purchase now.
We can still use some help setting up and running the next two markets. If you can spare some time, email us: [email protected]
BIKE TO THE MARKET
Bicycle valet parking will once again be provided by Bowery Lane Bicycles, whose beautiful vehicles are designed and manufactured by hand in New York City.
REMEMBER THE FULTON FISH MARKET
Celebrate the spirit of the fishmongers who once enlivened South Street with stories, films, readings, reminiscences organized by artist Naima Rauam. Click here for details. Also, visit the Provisions stall at the market where photographer Barbara Mensch will be signing autographed copy of her book South Street, a chronicle of the Fulton Fish Market.
WE THANK OUR SPONSORS
Uncork New York
Classic Party Rentals
We'll see you on the 22nd!
New Amsterdam Market