Essex Street Market hosted their Tasting Event and After Party event last night. Local vendors lined up to showcase their finest, through unlimited bites and beverages.Â Time Out New YorkÂ and the Lower East Side Business Improvement District co-sponsored the evening. Boogie contributor Lady of Grand was in attendance and snapped some photos of the food flair.
Beware: These photos may make you hungry! Last night’s tasting event at Essex Street Market brought market fans & foodies out for a night of unlimited bites & beverages.
Check out these photos of the “food flair”, courtesy of Bowery Boogie!
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Finding the perfect gift for a loved one can be a challenge. With Valentines Day approaching, you may find yourself frantically scouring the store aisles in search of something for that special someone.
Don’t break the bank! Take advantage of these Valentines-themed Essex Street Market foodie specials.
Skip the prix fixe and cook at home! Impress your dining mates and order the following dinner online from Saxelby Cheesemongers:
2 14-16 ounce Wagyu steaks from Heritage Foods USA,
2 fabulous farmstead cheeses: Cabot Clothbound Cheddar from the Cellars at Jasper Hill Farm, and Cupid’s Choice Camembert, a buttery heart-shaped cheese from Old Chatham Sheepherding Co.
Voila! Dinner is served.
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Indulge your sweet tooth (and sweetheart) with personalized hand-written overtures.
Scoop out the Lovers’ Sundae, a decadent 3-scoop, chocolatey sundae (in-store only). Or for those wanting to a special pint, order a Personalized Love Pint to-go! Luca & Bosco will write a flirty personalized note (or even a slightly more raunchy declaration) of the your choosing.
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