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The all-new Essex Market debuts in its new Essex Crossing home

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[Photo yesterday via EVG reader Ann Marie Duross]

The all-new Essex Market officially opened yesterday (after a weekend sneak preview) in its new state-of-the-art home at Essex Crossing … across the street from its location of nearly 80 years.

There was a ribbon cutting and all that…

✂️🎀 Official Grand Opening ribbon cutting complete (with giant scissors, of course). Now…let’s eat!😎 #essexmarketnyc #wecrosseddelancey #marketsmattermost #openforyourbusiness Monday – Saturday, 8am to 8pm with select vendors serving at 10am and open as late as 10pm; Sunday, 10am – 6pm.

A post shared by Essex Market (@essexmarket) on May 13, 2019 at 2:24pm PDT

In total, the new Essex Market features 37 vendors, including the 21 from the previous space.

There are previews galore around the webs … you can find coverage at CurbedUntapped CitiesEaterTime Outthe Lo-DownamNY … and Bowery Boogie.

And here are the list of vendors (via H/T Eater!):

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

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

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

The new Essex Market will also include two full-service restaurants. Later this year, Roni Mazumdar, whose résumé includes the Indian restaurants Rahi and Adda, will bring Dhamaka to the space.

The new Essex market is at the southeast corner of Essex and Delancey.

The market is open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Saturday; 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday.

The old Essex Crossing shut its door on May 5 — that structure will eventually be razed for a high-rise residential building.

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