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Published September 6th 2010
The New Amsterdam Market is back.

For the past three years, the market at the site of the former Fulton Street Fish Market brought the neighborhood back to its roots, with an open-air food market.

After holding pop-up events sporadically on weekends, the market goes weekly starting Sept. 12, running Sundays until Dec. 19.

Modeled on Paris' Les Halles and London's Borough Market, New York's version brings together butchers, grocers, fishmongers, bakers and distributors of produce sourced directly from sustainable farms to sell their food directly to the public.

From the more than 50 vendors anticipated, indulge right away in artisan ice cream from The Bent Spoon, specialty cheeses from BKLYN Larder, Kombucha from Kombucha Brooklyn, lobster rolls from Luke's Lobsters, pickles from Rick's Picks, and handcrafted loaves from Sullivan Street Bakery.

Other vendors let you take your good home for later consumption, while others can give you advice in the kitchen, specifically Grill-A-Chef, offers free advice in the form of tips, recipes, fundamental techniques and simple demos.

So come with questions, come hungry, and come with Sundays to the New Amsterdam Market.
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Why? New is new again
When: Sundays from Sept. 12 to Dec. 19 (no market Nov. 28)
Where: South Street between Beekman Street and Peck Slip
Cost: Free to enter
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