The Markets of New York Are Reopening [Updated]

Uprooted no more.
Uprooted no more. Photo: Flickr4Jazz/Flickr

While many grocery stores remain closed, several Greenmarkets in the city are resuming regular hours this weekend. Notably, the Union Square Greenmarket remains closed, but other markets — including those throughout Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island, and in lower Manhattan at Tompkins Square Park and in Tribeca — will be open. Prepared food vendors will resume operations at both Smorgasburg locations in Brooklyn, but this weekend’s New Amsterdam Market at the South Street Seaport has been canceled. The market is instead asking the public to gather at the Seaport on November 11 in order to raise funds for small neighborhood businesses along the waterfront, almost all of which were damaged by the storm. Update: GrowNYC just announced that most of the Union Square Greenmarket’s Saturday regular lineup of farmers and vendors will set up tomorrow in Madison Square Park at 23rd Street and Broadway. [@GrowNYC/Twitter, @NewAmsterdamMkt/Twitter, @smorgasburg/Twitter]