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2012_fulton_Street_fishmarket12.jpgMark Bittman joins the fight of April Bloomfield, Michael Anthony, and several other chefs to preserve the Fulton Fish Market. He argues that it's one of the city's irreplaceable public assets "with wonderful potential that dwarfs even that of the High Line. In its prime, the Fulton Fish Market was a vibrant, economically important part of the city, surrounded by restaurants, retailers and processors...Especially with the renovated Fulton Street Station building, the New Amsterdam Market would draw New Yorkers and visitors in droves." [NYT, previously]

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