DayLife Back on the Lower East Side

Posted on: September 21st, 2012 at 12:12 pm by
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Sunday at noon, for the second week running, the Lower East Side Business Improvement District is using the “Imagining the Lowline” exhibition on Essex Street for the return of the DayLife series (the BID officially endorses the Lowline). The “pushcarts, food, and fashion” will be headed inside much like the local street vendors in the days of yore. Expect to see Lost Weekend, Meatball shop, melt, Christian V. Chocolate, and Pop Karma.

On September 30, however, DayLife will hop back over to Orchard Street with more than thirty vendors in tow (listed below). Based on previous attempts, do you think DayLife should be a regular occurrence?

Food:

A Casa Fox, 173 Orchard Street
Bare Knuckle Chili
Blue Ribbon Sushi Izakaya, 187 Orchard Street
Bruschetteria, 92 Rivington Street
Brooklyn Taco, Essex Market, 120 Essex Street
Casa Mezcal, 86 Orchard Street
Christian Vautier Le Concept, 254 Broome Street
Family Recipe, 231 Eldridge Street
Georgia’s East Side BBQ, 192 Orchard Street
Goodfellas Brick Oven Pizza, 144 Orchard Street
Ha’Chi, 185 Orchard Street
Lost Weekend NYC, 45 Orchard Street
The Meatball Shop, 84 Stanton Street
Melt Bakery, 132 Orchard Street
Mission Chinese, 154 Orchard Street
Ni Japanese Deli, Essex Street Market, 120 Essex Street
Nor’East Clam Shack, 77 Delancey Street
Pop Karma, 95 Orchard Street
Pushcart Coffee, 221 E. Broadway
Roasting Plant, 81 Orchard Street
Saro Bistro, 102 Norfolk Street
Saxelby Cheesemongers, Essex Street Market, 120 Essex Street
Spur Tree, 76 Orchard Street
Tammany Hall, 152 Orchard Street

Fashion:

By Robert James, 74 Orchard Street
Con Artist, 119 Ludlow Street
Delicate Raymond Jewelry, 73A Orchard Street
Feltraiger, 158 Allen Street
Grit and Glory, 186 Orchard Street
Ja-Mil Uniform, 92 Orchard Street
Lisa Fiorentino Hair & Vintage, 101 Delancey Street
Maraya Cigar, 87 Orchard Street
MissInna Consignment, 190 Orchard Street
Sheherazade Moroccan Home Furnishings, 121 Orchard Street
SHUT Skates, 158 Orchard Street
Skunkfunk, 181 Orchard Street
VIP Leather Gallery, 194 Orchard Street

Talent:

Tim Martell (Featured DJ of Tribeca Film Festival & MTV’s official VMA after party)
Bruce Tantum (Clubs Editor, Time Out New York)
Bria Suarez (Allies for Everyone)
DJ Kai (8 yr old DJ)
Louie XIV (Hotel Chantelle, DL)

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