About: The Market Line
The City’s Marketplace
The Market Line is an expansive, bazaar-like marketplace and grocery running three city blocks along Broome Street. Phase one, will bring together an eclectic mix of more than 30 locally-sourced vendors and restaurants reflecting the character, culture and grit of the LES and the generations engrained in its urban fabric. Offerings include neighborhood alumnus and New York institutions like famed Ukranian Diner & Grocer Veselka, family-run German butcher shop and grocer est. 1937 Schaller & Weber, and 1920s tea parlor and bakery turned hip dim sum eatery Nom Wah.
Once complete (2021), the 150,000-square foot Market Line, comprising more than 100 food, art, and music vendors, will be the largest market in New York City and one of the largest in the world, putting it on par in size and scope with markets such as Barcelona’s La Boqueria and London’s Borough Market.
Dine: The Market Line
Market and Eatery Coming November 2019
Here you’ll be able to grab your daily cooking necessities from cured meats to fresh fish. Come with a shopping list or let your menu be inspired by the day’s fresh produce. From gathering picnic provisions to planning a dinner party or nightly meals for your family, you will find everything you need here from some of the city’s most lauded purveyors.
Additionally, come dine in – whether grabbing a coffee with a friend, lingering over lunch with coworkers, or seeking out some delicious food after a long day of work, The Market Line has something for everyone with the best local New York City food vendors.
Explore: The Market Line
Lifestyle and Entertainment Coming 2021
Wander through a collection of maker spaces featuring art galleries, additional eateries, clothing boutiques, and a live music for an unparalleled retail and design experience. Vendors will showcase the craftsmanship and artistry of the local art scene unique to the Lower East Side, while vibrant large-scale installations by LES street artists will further enliven the space.
Become a Vendor:
We are looking for small businesses of all types that celebrate New York City’s cultural diversity and unique energy. Drop us a line if you are interested in becoming a vendor at The Market Line. All businesses are welcome!
Learn: The Market Line
For decades, the Lower East Side has served as a historic gateway to New York City for waves of immigrants from around the world. Over time, those new arrivals left their indelible stamps on the Lower East Side and the surrounding neighborhoods. No other shopping experience captures the spirit and character of a neighborhood better than a bustling market. And no other neighborhood captures the diversity and culture of New York City like the Lower East Side.