The Bread Pavillion
An entire row of stalls was dedicated to the New Amsterdam Market's Bread Pavilion. Bakeries included Orwasher's, Free Bread, and Runner & Stone.
The bread sold at the pavilion included everything from za'atar-coated flatbread to huge loaves of sourdough to bialys you could get heated up on the spot.
Nordic Breads was offering samples of their no-yeast, no-gluten Ruis bread topped with thin slices of cheddar and cucumber.
Just Passing Through
New Yorkers and visitors alike browse the aisles of vendors selling their products.
The Farmers' Market
Other areas included a farmers' market section, with seasonal vegetables available for purchase.
Various grades of maple syrup were available for sampling and for buying at Ledgenear's stand.
Pie Corps from Brooklyn were selling both savory and sweet pies of all sizes.
Adorable pie drawer not included.
Rick's Picks was one of several vendors selling canned goods; their offerings included a rainbow of pickles, from their Phat Beets to the jars of Smokra.
Amagansett Sea Salt
Solar evaporated sea salt from Long Island was available plain or mixed with add-ins like herbs de Provence and lemon zest.
The Dairy Bar
A section towards the back of the market featured exclusively dairy farmers selling different types of cheese and yogurts. Here, a fresh tub of chevre is opened for sampling purposes.
Luke's Lobster was also present, selling their crab rolls and shrimp rolls, but sold out early. These two guys were the only thing left at their stall by the time 4:00 rolled around.
Serious Eats' designer Tracie Lee spent her day off working the Lonestar Taco stand with her husband Wayne, which was giving off some of the best smells at the market and (uncoincidentally) had one of the longer lines.
Lonestar's flattop saw a lot of action yesterday.
Chipotle Chicken Taco
This taco packed a double whammy punch of heat from both the spicy chipotle-marinated chicken and the pickled jalapeño peppers.
P&H Soda Co.
P&H also saw a constant stream of people lining up for one of their bubbly and refreshing sodas and egg creams.
Brooklyn Seltzer Boys
Doing it the old-fashioned way with hand-filled seltzer from the last seltzer factory in New York.
Standing Over It All
Take in the sights of the market, two of which includes the Brooklyn Bridge and Fulton Fish Market.