NYC’s Moore Street Market

Moore Street Market is the only remaining La Guardia-Era structure in New York City. Opened in 1941, this Brooklyn gem is integral to the fabric of East Williamsburg. The Market is characterized by deep-rooted Latino influences, ubiquitously seen in the Market’s cuisine and produce sold. Formerly managed by the Brooklyn Economic Development Corporation, the 15,000 square foot market is located within the bustling Graham Avenue shopping district in between the J and L subway lines. The Market is amid exciting times, receiving a $2.5 million-dollar renovation to revitalize the market structure and space. Come along for the ride as we restore and rehab this glorious market for the 21st century!

Celebrate the vendors of this public market at the 2nd Annual Deck the Stalls Holiday Market. On December 8th in the Seaport District, and from December 13th – 15th at Essex Market, enjoy a special celebration of small businesses and local vendors that represent the unique cultures of New York City. Come shop, listen to live music, explore the market and get to know so many of the city’s vendors.

Some of the local favorites that will be represented at these special events include:

Turko’s Grill: Delicious local eats!

Tories Treasures: Handmade accessories and jewelry, perfect for holiday gifting!


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