In the Wise Words of ‘They Might Be Giants’

‘Even old New York was once New Amsterdam… Why they changed it I can’t say. Guess someone liked it better that way!!!’

Saxelby Cheesemongers at the New Amsterdam Market!
Sunday, October 25th
11:00 am to 4:00 pm
South Street between Beekman and Peck Slip
click here for a map

We at Saxelby Cheesemongers, agree with the immortal words of ‘They Might Be Giants’. New Amsterdam is just fine by us! (No offense to the Brits reading this) Our great city has grown a lot since this here map was drawn, but that original market spot, just south of Wall St. (see ye olde dividing line on the map) stands as a testament to the commerce and trade that made New York, in the words of famed explorers, ‘the key to the continent.’

There’s plenty of comestibles and delectable sundry to be unlocked and gobbled this Sunday, October 25th at the second incarnation of the New Amsterdam Market. The first market was a resounding success; tables were heaped to the breaking point with piles of oysters, sinful sweets, robust meats, and wheels of cheese. This time should be no different… We’re bringing along a brand new cache of cheese to whet marketgoers’ collective autumnal appetite. From stout and caramelly sheeps’ milk cheeses to sweet milky cows’ milk tommes to tangy and silky chevres, Saxelby Cheesemongers is putting out the best of the best. Bike, walk, or subway it on down to the waterfront this Sunday and help make this New Amsterdam Market the best yet!

For more information on the market, including special events and a list of vendors, visit newamsterdampublic.org

See you this Sunday!

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