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Sunday Outdoor Fulton Stall Market OPENING on Pier 17

  • Pier 17 89 South Street New York, NY, 10038 United States (map)

The Fulton Stall Market’s Sunday Outdoor Market re-opens for the season on Sunday, April 28 from 11 AM-5 PM on the new Pier 17 Square in the Seaport District, South St. at Fulton St., surrounded by the South Street Seaport Museum’s historic ships and spectacular river views.


Now in its fifth year, the plucky nonprofit weekly market is keeping alive the Seaport’s food market history by offering a place for residents and visitors to meet local farmers and small-batch specialty food entrepreneurs, many of them women, and sample & purchase their wares.


Opening market day features farmers and producers Breezy Hill Orchard, Knoll Krest Farm, Rogowski FarmHudson Valley Farmhouse Cider, K’s Jams, Bon et Bio TeaSweet Vegan, Spice GroveAmuse PoochForward Roots,Paulista AvenueBrittle and BeyondChampagne TeaPepplish ProvisionsKitchen 36,  Bushwick Sauce, and Byrdfood.

The seasons kickoff will include music performances beginning at 1PM.  Fruit & Flowers is a local NYC surf rock band that “tele-ports us back to the days of American psych bands of the late 80’s”.  Cherch, a multi-instrumentalist, vocalist & recording artist best known for his work in The Bottom Dollars and Deathrow Tull. 

Popular Seaport District restaurant/bar Fresh Salt will inaugurate the market’s series of local chef appearances showcasing the neighborhood’s diverse fare, soon to include the Pier 17’s Jean-Georges and Malibu Farm. Noted local photographer Barbara Mensch will display her latest book exploring the Brooklyn Bridge and its creators, “In the Shadow of Genius”.

The market adjoins the new Seaport Pier 17, South Street Seaport Museum’s historic ships, the NY Water Taxi and Circle Line docks, and the East River bikeway. It is easily accessible via subway (Fulton St.), M15 bus, the Downtown Alliance Shuttle, tour buses, the Wall Street Ferry Terminal linking Lower Manhattan to multiple city points, and the FDR Drive, Exit 2.