Celebrate the Women of NYC’s Moore Street Market

Photo above: Ramonita’s Restaurant

In honor of  Women’s History MonthNYCEDC will be hosting a series of events to celebrate the women of NYC’s Public Markets. Come out to Moore Street Market on Saturday, March 14th, 2020 from 2pm – 5pm! The series will highlight the female vendors and producers that make up each market and offer details on support and information for MWBE businesses, food and goods from vendors throughout the network.

The only remaining market structure from Fiorello La Guardia’s tenure as New York City’s mayor, Moore Street was opened in 1941 and continues to be a mainstay of East Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Deeply rooted in Latino culture, the 15,000 square foot market is undergoing a $2.5 million renovation, making it more vital today than ever before. Moore Street Market is located within the bustling Graham Avenue shopping district in between the J and L subway lines.

Botanica La Esperanza

As we celebrate women and all they have accomplished over the last 100 years, this special event will highlight a number of the Moore Street women-owned businesses whose entrepreneurship, hard work, dedication and creativity have made this NYC Public Market so special. These businesses, which add to the energy and success of Moore Street on a daily basis, include:

During this event, attendees can sample and shop from these featured vendors, enjoy live music, network with female entrepreneurs, and support the regular Moore Street Market vendors.

Martino Sisters

The series takes place on five consecutive Saturdays from February 29th to March 28th as follows:

  • Saturday, February 29 – Essex Market, 2PM – 5PM (Series Kick Off), Manhattan
  • Saturday, March 7 – La Marqueta, 2PM – 5PM, East Harlem
  • Saturday, March 14 — Moore Street Market, 2PM – 5PM, Brooklyn
  • Saturday, March 21 — Arthur Avenue Market, 2PM – 5PM, Bronx
  • Saturday, March 28 — Jamaica Market, 2PM – 5PM, Queens

Attendees can expect to taste and shop for everything from pastries and nutritious kids’ meals at La Marqueta; to fresh fish, pasta, craft beer, and ice cream from Essex Market; to vegan baked goods and international spices from Moore Street Market; fresh meat and sandwiches at Arthur Avenue Market and fresh vegetables and prepared foods from Jamaica Market and more.

Free business services such as advertising placements and marketing consultations will be raffled off to those that attend from Heritage Radio NetworkQueens FEASTSEdible Manhattan and EscapeMaker.com. Prizes include:

  • Free web services for 2 years from Godaddy ($50 Value)
  • Customized social media plan for a business owner from Queens FEASTS
  • Free legal clinic with NELP for 30 minute session with a lawyer
  • 30 minute photo session by a professional photographer for your business or products
  • On-air mentions on 6 episodes of Heritage Radio & social media mentions ($500 Value)
  • Social Media Promotion from Edible Manhattan ($500 Value)
  • 6 hours of on-demand business training from EscapeMaker.com ($250 Value)
Neida’s Beauty Salon


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