Bring your culinary tastebuds and shop like an insider from a highly curated selection of local artisans from the Grand Bazaar NYC at the stunning Olly Olly Market.
Come meet the makers, hear their passionate stories, and shop directly from them! There is something to be said about knowing from whom you bought your favorite dress, art, lamp, bag, jewelry, etc., and the bragging right for those one-of-a-kind or limited-edition goods.
Enjoy brunch or dinner at the excellent selection of culinary creations crafted by esteemed local and international chefs surrounded by artistic installations at the Olly Olly Market. Indulge on decadent Wagyu Chopped Cheese sandwiches, juicy roasted porchetta on ciabatta bread, authentic Mexican street food prepared by fine-dining chefs to Michelin Star interactive chef’s counter experiences and sip perfected crafted cocktails from a James Beard winner mixologist.
Come hungry, shop from talented local makers, and play a game of pool or foosball.
WHERE: Olly Olly Market – 601 West 26th St., NY, NY 10001
Olly Food Market is located in the heart of Chelsea and brings together talented chefs & mixologists and creates amazing food & beverage concepts with creative & engaging programming for a truly unique and hospitable experience.
Some of the talent showcasing will be Binata Millinery with one-of-a-kind handmade hats, Lightdents transformers vintage musical instruments into one-of-a-kind accent lamps, modern ceramic designer HOMA using old-world skill, string artists Tallawah String Art, watercolor and ink illustrator Studio Allestra, craft maker Grand Trine Designs offers handcrafted eco-friendly planters and home décor, the Red Coyote Art brothers design and handcraft home decor items using recycled, repurposed, and found materials into lighting, mirrors, and decorative storage and art. Additionally, there will be artistic statement jewelry from designer Brandon David Brown, independent artist JuniBK who hand paints textiles and original art, colorful hand-sewn wall art from Emily Pavacic Studio, and the very popular Wavelength Antiques who takes original vintage/antique radios, fixes them up and then makes them Bluetooth enabled.