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New Amsterdam Market takes place every Sunday from 11am to 4pm, rain or shine, at the old Fulton Fish Market which is located on South Street and Beekman Street in Lower Manhattan.

Market Hours: 11am-4pm

LUNCH ON PIER 16 MARGINAL WHARF
Thursday, August 23
11am - 7pm
Pier 16 Marginal Wharf


Ever wish you could enjoy New Amsterdam Market fare for lunch during the week? On Thursday, August 23, the South Street Seaport Museum and New Amsterdam Market will bring together some of your favorite vendors to Pier 16, just a few blocks south of the regular Market site, for a mid-week fix. Participant vendors include:

BLACK TREE SANDWICH, Brooklyn, NY
LA NEWYORKINA, New York, NY
LONESTAR TACO, Brooklyn, NY
LUKE'S LOBSTER, New York, NY
P&H SODA, Brooklyn, NY
PEOPLE'S POPS, New York, NY
PORCHETTA, New York, NY
PUSHCART COFFEE, New York, NY
SHANDAKEN BAKE, New York, NY


TOMATO FESTIVAL with FSNYC


Sunday, August 26
12pm - 4pm
At the Old Fulton Fish Market,
South Street Between Beekman
Street and Peck Slip


Join Food Systems Network NYC and
New Amsterdam Market for FSNYC's
Annual Tomato Fest and first Great
Tomato Un-Cookoff!
heirloom tomatoes

"Underground Chefs" will compete head-to-head to transform our region's best, height-of-the season, heirloom tomatoes into tantalizing tomato dishes meant to be prepared simply and served "un-hot." Sample dishes from participating chefs from zesty gazpacho, zapmole, tomato smørrebrød with goat cheese and chives and more. Ticket purchase is required for the Tomato Un-Cookoff. For More details visit:

BUY YOUR TICKETS TO THE GREAT TOMATO UN-COOKOFF!

Tomato Festival also features other exciting tomato focused activities:

Learn how to can tomatoes with Spicy 'n Sweet from 1pm - 3pm FREE

Talk heirlooms with on-site experts

Enjoy tomato inspired creations from New Amsterdam Market vendors includes:
Brookly Bean Company -
white bean gazpacho
First Field -
Jersey Tomato ketchup
Hot Bread Kitchen -
Tomato Foccacia
Spicy 'n Sweet -
Tomato Sauce

Taste and profile 15 varieties of height-of-the season tomatoes (ticketed)

Sample the tantalizing, tomato-centric creations of 9 chefs who are competing head-to-head in FSNYC's first Great Tomato Un-Cookoff! (ticketed)

Ticket sales benefit FSNYC, a membership organization dedicated to creating universal access to wholesome, nutritious, and healthful food. FSNYC seeks to support a vibrant regional farm and food economy by cultivating community and fostering communication among food system stakeholders including professionals, restauranteurs, students and activists. FSNYC is a program of the Fund for the City of New York.

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August 26 Market Vendors:


TOMATO FESTIVAL with FSNYC

FISH AND OTHER WILD FOOD
Gabe the Fish Babe

FRESH PRODUCE, FRUIT & GROCERY
Farm 47
Flying Fox
Z Food Farm

GRAINS, BREADS, PASTA
Bien Cuit
Hot Bread Kitchen
Nordic Breads
Orwasher's Bakery
Sfoglini
Sullivan Street Bakery

MEATS & POULTRY
Brooklyn Cured
Mosefund Farm
Kings County Jerky
Tiberio Custom Meats

MILK, CHEESE, DAIRY
Edgwick Farm
Cellars at Jasper Hill
Finger Lakes Farms
Painted Goat Farm

WINE & CIDER
Brooklyn Oenology
FLX Winestall

PRODUCTS OF THE REGION
Anarchy in a Jar
Barry's Tempeh
Brooklyn Bean Company
Catskill Provisions
Fire Cider
First Field
Kombucha Brooklyn
La Newyorkina
Liddabit Sweets
P&H Soda Co.
Pie Corps
Shandaken Bake
Sour Puss Pickles
Spicy 'n Sweet
Summers End Orchard

MARKET FARE
Black Tree Sandwich
Lonestar Taco
Luke's Lobster
People's Pops
Pushcart Coffee

SELECTED IMPORTS
Negev Nectars (Olive Oil)
Taza Chocolate

FRIENDS, ADVOCATES & OTHERS
Animal Welfare Approved
Bowery Lane Bicycles
Brooklyn Butcher Block
Green Mountain Energy
South Street Seaport Museum