Join us at the Brooklyn Navy Yard to celebrate 15 years of remarkable work of Made In NYC, an initiative the Pratt Center for Community Development. This special evening will bring together and celebrate our city’s diverse and ever evolving manufacturing community. The program will include opening remarks from US Senator Kirsten Gillibrand and other elected officials, a photography exhibit of the places and faces of contemporary urban manufacturing, and a silent auction of fabulous NYC products and experiences. Guests will also have the opportunity to enjoy some of the tastiest NYC-made foods and beverages.
When booking, use the promo code TURNSTILE75 to get $50 off tickets. Your ticket will also include a coupon that you can use to get 30% off all of our public tours, which you can use as often as you would like before May 31, 2018.
An Essex Street Market “Talk & Taste” event about the baking industry in New York City
Baking is literally our bread and butter in New York City making up the majority of food manufacturing businesses within the five boroughs. On December 8th, 2016 at the Essex Street Market, members of the public joined us for a taste of bagels and fresh bread and a behind-the-scenes look at the baking industry. Guest speakers included Lee Wellington, Executive Director of the Urban Manufacturing Alliance, Gene Davidovich, CEO of Davidovich Bakery, Uliks Fehmiu, Co-Founder & President of Pain D’Avignon, and the general manager from the new bread-themed Eataly NYC Downtown location. Moderator Cindy VandenBosch of Turnstile Tours interviewed panelists about what it takes to operate a food production and distribution business in New York City and the unique role public markets – like Essex Street Market – play in supporting the baking industry. This event was organized by Cindy VandenBosch and Lauren Margolis of the Essex Street Market Vendors Association.
If you missed the event, you can watch the whole discussion on below or on our Facebook page.
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