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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

NEW AMSTERDAM MARKET AND GLYNWOOD present
A HARD CIDER REVIVAL
Glynwood Cider Week

featuring
THE MARLOW & SONS CIDER BAR
12pm - 4pm
purchase tickets here

*Last year tickets sold out early for this popular market event! Purchase tickets in advance for guaranteed admission.
Proceeds benefit the market.


Kick off Glynwood's Cider Week with Second Annual Hard Cider Revival at New Amsterdam Market!  Supporting New York State apple orchards and the revival of farmstead and craft ciders. 

Enjoy tastes of cider paired with seasonal hors d'oeuvres, served tapas-style by Andrew Tarlow, Chef Sean Rembold, John Connolly and the Marlow & Sons team.


CIDER BAR BILL OF FARE
TASTING TICKETS MAY BE REDEEMED FOR CIDER OR TAPAS BITES
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6 TASTES $40
10 TASTES $55

Hard Ciders:
1) Farnum Hill (NH)
2) Hudson Valley Farmhouse (NY)
3) Foggy Ridge (VA)
4) Slyboro (NY)
5) Bellwether (NY)

Tapas Bites:
1) Hen of the Woods Mushrooms on baguette with egg yolk aligote
2) Grilled Yukon Gold Potatoes with onions and beef fat  
3) Rabbit Sausage with curried onions
4) Grilled Prawns with romesco  
5) Grilled Oysters and spicy apple slaw
6) Pheasant and chorizo chili, with toasted almonds and sheep's milk cheese

*Must be 21 and over to redeem hard cider.(ID Required)
The event is outdoor and undercover.  Takes place Rain or Shine.

The market will also feature seven New York State cider makers selling by the bottle for consumption at home, and many of our regular vendors will feature apple-centric products. Please join us at what is becoming a wonderful fall tradition!

New York State cider maker participants include:
Bad Seed Cider, Highland NY      
Beak & Skiff Apple Farms, Lafayette NY 
Bellwether Hard Cider, Trumansburg NY
Doc’s Draft Cider, Warwick NY
Eve’s Cidery, Van Etten NY
Hudson Valley Farmhouse Cider, Staatsburg NY
Slyboro Ciderhouse, Granville NY

New Amsterdam Market vendors with apple-centric products:
First Field - Apple Butter
Runner and Stone - Hard Cider Spelt bread, apple turnovers and "Craquelin" Brioche with Hudson Valley Applejack
Shandaken Bake - Apple Pie
Brooklyn Bean  - Chili spiked with hard cider
Liddabit Sweets  - Apple Cider Caramels
and more to come

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October 14 Market Vendors:



CIDER BAR BY MARLOW AND SONS
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NEW YORK STATE CIDER MAKERS
Bad Ceed Cider
Beak & Skiff Apple Farms
Bellwether Hard Cider
Doc's Draft Cider
Eve's Cidery
Hudson Valley Farmhouse Cider
Slyboro Ciderhouse

FISH AND OTHER WILD FOOD
Gabe the Fish Babe
Wild Food Gatherers Guild

FRESH PRODUCE, FRUIT & GROCERY
Flying Fox
Z Food Farm

GRAINS, BREADS, PASTA
Bien Cuit
Free Bread
Hot Bread Kitchen
Nordic Breads
Orwasher's Bakery
Runner and Stone
Sfoglini
Sullivan St. Bakery

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

MILK, CHEESE, DAIRY
Cellars at Jasper Hill
Edgwick Farm
Finger Lakes Farms
Saxelby Cheesmongers

WINE
FLX Winestall

PRODUCTS OF THE REGION
Anarchy in a Jar
Bees Needs
Black and Blanco
Brooklyn Bean Company
Catskill Provisions
Fire Cider
First Field
Liddabit Sweets
P&H Soda Co.
Pie Corps.
Rick's Picks
Shandaken Bake
Sourpuss Pickles
Spicy 'n Sweet
Summer's End Orchard

MARKET FARE
Black Tree Sandwich
Home by the Range
Lonestar Taco
Luke's Lobster
Porchetta
Pushcart Coffee

SELECTED IMPORTS
Nuts + Nuts
Taza Chocolate

FRIENDS, ADVOCATES & OTHERS
Bowery Lane Bicycles
Brooklyn Butcher Blocks
Edible Communities
Green Mountain Energy
NYC Food Scrap Dropoff
South Street Seaport Museum



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