The Annual Lower East Side Pickle Day Returns This Sunday

Posted on: September 29th, 2015 at 10:23 am by

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Wake up and smell the vinegar, because the annual Lower East Side Pickle Day is almost here. Residents can once again relish in the briny festivities this Sunday; festivities that are now re-established after the Hurricane Sandy-induced hiatus back in 2012.

This year, Orchard Street between Houston and Delancey Streets will, as in years prior, showcase more than fifteen local picklers, alongside 30+ restaurateurs who will serve up “pickle themed delicacies.” In addition to games, music and such, there will also be pickle trivia for the aficionado, a home pickling contest (mason jars at the ready), and a clairvoyant who will profess your pickle future. Is a sour outlook in this case a good thing? Only time will tell.

LES Pickle Day is happening on Sunday, October 4, from 12-5pm. Check out the full list of vendors below.

Picklers:

Divine Brine

Guss’

Horman’s

Pickle Guys

Brooklyn Brine

Grillo’s Pickles

Messy Brine

Pickle Me Pete

Macdonald Farms

Adamah

Pioneer Cannery

Crisp and Co. Pickles

Fox Point Pickling Company

Rick’s Picks

Backyard Brine

 

Food:

Russ & Daughters

Mission Cantina

Blue Ribbon Sushi Izakaya

Saxelby Cheesemongers

Galli

Melt Bakery

Georgia’s BBQ

Sweet Buttons

Kapowski’s

Grey Lady

An Artistic Taste

Curry Station

A Casa Fox

Speedy Romeo

SHI Eurasia

Roni-Sue’s Chocolates

The Meatball Shop

Lost Weekend NYC

La Newyorkina

Khao Man Gai NY

Black Tree

Spur Tree

Kottu House

Rice and Chopsticks

Mimi and Coco

Sam’s Fried Ice Cream

Souvlaki GR

Mister Purple

 

Lifestyle:

Yaf Sparkle

Askan

Fred Connors Salon

Flowlife NYC

Quinn

 

Stage Lineup:

The303 at Louie & Chan presents…

Nikodemus (Turntables on the Hudson)

Gil K (NOSI)

SR Serge (Sullivan Room)

Perry (Strange People)

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