Join us in the park for our Made in NYC Oktoberfest and marketplace! Alongside vendors who are born and bred in Greater NYC, we will be showcasing several breweries featuring different styles of their best brew who are local as well. Visitors can discover and shop locally-manufactured products from Made In NYC member companies, grab some good food, and have a beer in our park. As with all Hester Street Fair Saturday markets, this is free to enter with special beer tickets below.
What’s Made in NYC??
Made in NYC is here for New Yorkers. Launched by the Pratt Center for Community Development, we help manufacturers and entrepreneurs tell their stories to provide a sense of community — reminding small businesses that they are not alone.
What to Drink
Brooklyn Brewery Brooklyn Lager and East IPA
Coney Island Brewery Mermaid Pilsner and Beach Beer Kolsch
Kings County Brewers Collective Zoktoberfest:
Mikkeller NYC Can I Get A Wit Wit
On The Menu
Bierhaus NYC – A Bavarian-style beer hall serving authentic German cuisine since 2011. Let them transport you to the tents of Oktoberfest in Munich, if only for a few hours.
Crabman Mike – Chef “Crabman Mike” of Summerville Enterprises, Inc. has been serving the patrons of Harlem with a simple set up. Crabman Mike provides a variety of shellfish, including blue claw crabs, Cajun peel shrimp, muscles, littleneck clams, New England Lobsters, and much more.
Mum’s Kitchen – Back to unleash her Sweet Spicy Mango side, taste the signature codfish dish with a house-blended pineapple/mango based dipping sauce. That will also come with a side of Slap Yo Mama creamy crunchy coleslaw or the beer-infused dipping sauce. Go ahead, be adventurous!
Nachos Libre – NYC’s premier build your own nachos company. With techniques, flavors, spice combinations to develop authentic nachos creations, their extensive menu has over 100 flavors.
Tipsy Scoop – Tipsy Scoop is an NYC based company making all liquor-infused ice cream and sorbet up to 5% ABV. The boozy flavors and seasonal sundaes are all inspired by our favorite cocktails creations.
Made in NYC Vendors
Cat’s Jewls – Hand-crafted jewelry made from carefully selected materials. Pieces can be purchased for men, women, and children.
Kadidja Handmade Collection – All-natural body products by Kadidja Kabore Lamport. She believes that while it’s important to love your skin, your skin should also love you back. Pick up her all-natural beauty products. Go ahead, treat yourself!
MellowPea – Unlimited opportunity through custom, interchangeable jewelry that is as unique as you.
Ojala Threads – Making baby bodysuits inspired by Hispanic heritage allowing parents and babies to honor, or reconnect with their culture.
Vespertine – Reflective apparel is a unique alchemy of safety function and high design that turns heads on the road and off. Vespertine has been featured in Vogue, The New York Times Style Section, and the Wallstreet Journal.
We Are The New Farmers – The next-gen urban farm growing one of the most sustainable and nutrient-dense foods on the planet: the micro-algae Spirulina.
Yassine Cuisine – Hot sauce that was crafted to fit all tastes and dietary considerations – the ideal vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free, health-conscious addition to any snack or recipe in need of a kick!
Get your photo snapped in the Outsnapped photo booth! The photo booth is not only an interactive experience, but it’s completely free. More fun for you and your friends on us.
About Hester Street Fair
The Hester brand is known for its highly curated selection of NYC’s artisanal fashion, art, design, jewelry, crafts, music, and food vendors. By bringing together a high quality, a wide range of cutting edge entrepreneurs and under-the-radar brands, Hester creates buzz-worthy artisanal experiences that are unique to Manhattan and unavailable in other parts of the city. Our vendor selections represent the unmatched diversity, unique talent, and abundant creative spirit that sets New York City apart. The Hester experience is about bringing the community together. It is family-friendly and open to all, yet stylish and exclusive enough to appeal to discerning foodies and in-the-know shoppers who come to check out the latest trends. Described by the New York Times as a “hyperlocal block party,” The Hester brand brings a connection to community and a vibe that is cool, cozy, and familiar.