|May 12, 2019
Christopher Singleton/Shavone Williams,
(212) 312-3523 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Tomorrow: NYCEDC to Celebrate Grand Opening of New York City’s
First New Public Market Since 1955
New Home for Essex Street Market Features Over 35 Vendors
New York – Tomorrow, Monday, May 13, New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) President James Patchett, City Officials, community stakeholders and over 35 vendors will celebrate the grand opening of the new Essex Market at Essex Crossing.
First opened in the 1940s on Essex Street, NYCEDC led the renovation and revitalization of the market into a new 37,000 square-foot, state-of-the-art facility that includes 39 vendor stalls, two full-service restaurants, and a demonstration kitchen that will be used for cooking classes, educational programming, and more. The new space, which is triple the size of the previous location, will provide the local community and visitors alike with local and globally-sourced fresh and affordable grocery items and prepared dishes.
All 21 vendors operating out of the previous market space, including the world famous Davidovich Bakery, have made the move to the new location, where they are joined by 16 new vendors, including Lower East Side Ice Cream Factory, Samesa, Don Ceviche, and Heros & Villains.
Ribbon cutting for the new Essex Market location
James Patchett, NYCEDC President and CEO
Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer
Councilmember Margaret Chin
Tim Laughlin, Lower East Side Partnership President
Dominic Berg, Essex Crossing Task Force Chair
Legacy and new market vendors
NYCEDC officials and vendors will be available for pull aside interviews after the speaking program
Tomorrow, Monday, May 13, 2018, 10:15 AM
115 Delancey Street
New York, NY 10002 (Map)
Ceremonial cutting of the ribbon
Opportunity to tour the new facility and capture b-roll and photos of vendors
*Please RSVP to email@example.com by 8PM on Sunday, May 12th*
New York City Economic Development Corporation is the City’s primary vehicle for promoting economic growth in each of the five boroughs. NYCEDC’s mission is to stimulate growth through expansion and redevelopment programs that encourage investment, generate prosperity and strengthen the City’s competitive position. NYCEDC serves as an advocate to the business community by building relationships with companies that allow them to take advantage of New York City’s many opportunities. Find us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter, or visit our blog to learn more about NYCEDC projects and initiatives.
ABOUT ESSEX MARKET
Essex Street Market has provided affordable space to eateries, artists, merchants and other vendors since the 1940s when Mayor LaGuardia made a dedicated effort to provide street merchants and pushcart vendors with dedicated places to do business. In the new space, the public market will continue to specialize in a wide variety of grocery items and culinary products including gourmet cheeses, premium cuts of meat, fresh fish, and prepared foods for every palette.
May 1, 2019– Everyone knows NYC is the home of the best bagels in the world. Over the past several years Davidovich Bakery has been inundated with inquires from customers and resellers throughout the United States seeking these Artisan gems.
Now through a series of strategic partnerships Davidovich Bagels can be found at the finest retail stores, gourmet supermarkets, 5 star Hotels, and coffee shops.
Whether by the trailer load, the pallet, or even as little as one case (5 dozen) of the hand made, kettle boiled, plank baked, certified Kosher, Pas Yisroel, double seeded, all natural, Non-GMO Certified, Certified Made in NYC artisan bagels can be sourced in as little as one day.
To find out where to purchase Davidovich NYC Bagels for use, consumption, or resale please email firstname.lastname@example.org
August 30, 2018 NYC– On August 30, 2018 the Davidovich Bakery launched the premier of its talk show, BAGEL TALK. This serial talk show, hosted by Brooklyn’s famed comedian Joe Pontillo, filmed at Davidovich Bakery’s retail location at the historic Essex Street Market, featured NYC’s famed Food historian, Ben Wagenberg, of Ben’s Bagel Tours. Topics included:
- Why NYC has the Best Bagels
- What’s Fun to See in NY Food
- Rainbow Bagels-Fun Addition to the Bagel World or Abomination?
Look out for future Installments in the BAGEL TALK series.
To Find Out More about Joe Pontillo Comedy:
To Find out More About Ben’s Bagel Tours:
July 30, 2018 NYC– After 116 years of serving NYC and the surrounding area with some of the most iconic Black & White Cookies in the world, Glaser’s Bakery closed for good last week.
This closure left a gaping void for the generations of New Yorkers whose guilty pleasures included these equally-balanced, fondant covered gems. For some it meant the age-old question of, “Which is superior- the chocolate or vanilla?” might never be answered. For others it was a more telling sign of the death of one of the many things that was a signature NYC product for ages.
Now, thanks to the world famous Davidovich Bakery New Yorkers need suffer no more. Davidovich, in the tradition of Glaser’s and other fine Artisan bakeries, has continued to make its famous, Black & White Cookies, by hand, using only the finest ingredients.
While Glaser’s may be gone, their cookies will live on fondly in our hearts. Be sure to stop by any Davidovich Bakery location, or reseller today, and ask for your Davidovich Black & White Cookie.
March 29, 2018- Chelsea, NYC–Davidovich Bakery, bakers of the world famous Davidovich Bagels, presented the first installment of their campaign against Breast Cancer in a ceremony today at the historic Chelsea Market to Stephen Baldwin, on behalf of The Carol Baldwin Breast Cancer Research Fund of CNY, Inc.
Davidovich Bakery has been an active participant in the #TurnitPink campaign for the last two years, selling PINK themed bagels to raise awareness and funds for the cause.
Actor and activist, Stephen Baldwin joined the Davidovich Team to brainstorm future ideas and to accept the presentation of the 1st installment of Davidovich’s collections.