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The Shinier New Essex Street Market Throws Open Its Doors Today

The city-owned food hall has a luxurious new home across the street

Essex Market Essex Market [Official Photo]

The new Essex Street Market arrives today. Its new home inside luxe development Essex Crossing — at 88 Essex St., at Delancey Street — houses 21 legacy vendors, 18 new stalls, and two full-service restaurants, and it also comes with a sleek rebranding. Now, it’s known simply as Essex Market.

Shopsin’s, Arancini Bros., and Davidovich Bakery are all reopening today inside the light-filled new construction, while new vendors include a Chinatown Ice Cream Factory dubbed Lower East Side Ice Cream Factory, shawarma stand Samesa from Eli and Max Sussman, LES Moroccan restaurant Zerza, and Thai-style chicken spot Eat Ghai.

The full-service restaurants are not yet open, one being all-day Indian restaurant Dhamaka from the Adda and Rahi team, while the other full-service space is not yet leased. The full vendor list is below.

The city-owned food hall and market has long anticipated this move across the street from 120 Essex St. It’s a part of the huge new development Essex Crossing, which sprawls across multiple blocks and 1.65 million-square-feet. There’s retail, office space, apartments, and parks, in addition to lots of food. Later this summer, a second, developer-owned food hall will open underneath Essex Street Market, dubbed the Market Line, with restaurants from the Wildair and Veselka teams.

Take a look at the full vendor list below, and stay tuned for photos of the space and more this week.

Vendors

Prepared Foods

Peasant Stock
Davidovich Bakery
Cafe d’Avignon
Ni Japanese Deli
Nordic Preserves, Fish & Wildlife Co.
Arancini Bros.
Puebla Mexican Food
Dominican Cravings
Shopsin’s
Samesa
Don Ceviche
Eat Gai
Mille Nonne
Heros & Villains
Zerza

Grocery

Essex Farm Fruits & Vegetables
Luna Brothers Fruit Plaza
Viva Fruits & Vegetables
Luis Meat Market
New Star Fish Market
Essex Shambles

Specialty

Porto Rico Importing Co.
Formaggio Essex
Essex Olive & Spice
Top Hops Beer Shop
Valley Shepherd Creamery
Riverdel
Josephine’s Feast
Sugar Sweet Sunshine
Flower Power
L.E.S. Ice Cream Factory
Roni Sue’s Chocolates

Essex Street Market

120 Essex Street, Manhattan, NY 10002 (917) 881-7096 Visit Website