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The New Amsterdam Market was held for the 3rd time last weekend at the historic site of the now defunct Fulton Fish Market at South Street Seaport. The New Amsterdam Public is a group that is backing the effort to turn this site into a permanent forum for local purveyors. The market featured tastings, goods for sale and demos. They state that they "propose that both market halls be restored with public and philanthropic funds and dedicated as a new market for sustainably produced food, sold by purveyors and sourced regionally".

To read more about which local farmers, butchers, grocers, and fish and cheese mongers participated, click here.

Lemon Basil shaved ice and berry yogurt popsicles from 'People's Popsicle':

Poultry prepping demo:

And of course, there was an amazing view of (all 4!) of Olafur Eliasson's waterfalls:

To read Erin's report on the last New Amsterdam Market held in January, click here.


  • the quail eggs are gorgeous!

    need to get myself to see these waterfalls. anyone have a sailboat?

    kayoko on

  • awesome. We were upstate in Chatham where there was a small but vibrant framer’s market — and lot of literature about keeping NY farming. Great for all.

    ayagwa on

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