Pickle Day Returns to the Lower East Side on October 19

Posted on: September 9th, 2014 at 9:22 am by

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Photo: LES Pickle Day 2013

Time to pucker up; this year’s Lower East Side Pickle Day is quickly approaching. Brine time. The event will feature over twenty picklers alongside other local food and fashion vendors. It’ll also most likely run in tandem with the semi-frequent DayLife series, as it did last year.

This year’s outing will be the second iteration of pickles invading Orchard Street between East Houston and Delancey Streets, since Hurricane Sandy went all fun police on the event, forcing cancelation back in 2012.

The date has been set for Sunday, October 19. Below is the list of participants, which is apparently still a work in progress.

Pickles
McClures
McDonald Farm
Divine Brine
Rick’s Picks
Guss’
Horman’s
Pickle Guys
Brooklyn Brine and Pickle Shack
Mrs. Kim’s Kimchi
Grillos
Sour Puss
Pickle Me Pete

Non-pickles
Melt Bakery
Ni Japanese Deli
Brooklyn Taco
Tache
Georgia’s BBQ
Pull-In
Lost Weekend NYC
Black Tree
Mimi and Coco
SHUT Skates
Meatball Shop
Khao Man Ghai
Yaf Sparkle
POP KARMA
Luca & Bosco
Roasting Plant
Goodfellas
Mission Cantina
Conchinita Dos

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