When: October 27th, 2013
Time: 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Where: Orchard Street Between East Houston and Delancey Street
Cost: Free (More Info on Vendors and Picklers Can Be Found Here)

_“It’s kind of a Big Dill”_

SEPTEMBER 24, 2013 (NEW YORK, NY) – The sweet and sour anticipation is finally over! On OCTOBER 27TH FROM 12-5PM Lower East Side Pickle Day [1] will be returning to the ‘hood to cover Orchard Street in brine-soaked goodness. Featuring the artist formerly known as cucumber, there will be a full city block full of world-renowned picklers, a home pickling contest (_with celebrity judges_), live music, two additional city blocks full of the best in LES food and fashion vendors, games and a Halloween Costume Contest for the kids. Brine me up!

The return of Lower East Side Pickle Day has been much awaited, and this year’s edition lands LES Pickle Day in a new location of Orchard Street between East Houston and Delancey Streets. These blocks have been home to the LES’s popular outdoor DayLife [2] series, and LES Pickle Day is pleased to be joining the DayLife wildfire in this community celebration of Lower East Side, pickles, and DayLife’s additional 30+ local food and fashion vendors.

_Ramp _up your excitement to dive headfirst into a brine tank of 14+ picklers from far and wide; professionals with as broad of a variety of types of pickling as they have type of pickles. LES Pickle Day will feature organic pickles from Adamah [3], local tastes from LES’s The Pickle Guys [4], and tons of sweet and sour, bread and butter favorites from the rest of the cucumber gang

As mentioned, LES Pickle Day will be joining the diverse DayLife vendors, which include pickle-ingredient-loving favorites such as Mission Chinese Food [5] as well as LES staples such as Russ and Daughters [6], Mexicue [7], Cheeky’s [8], Black Tree [9] and Georgia’s BBQ [10] as well as retail from By Robert James [11], Urban Cricket [12], and Old Hollywood [13] to name a few. But that’s not all… LES Pickle Day will have something for everyone including a stage full of DJs and live music, work-out demonstrations, and tutorials from our friends at proposed underground park, The Lowline [14].

Don’t miss out on LES Pickle Day. This could be your future:


About Andrew McDonald

Andrew McDonald is not a billionaire, playboy, philanthropist. He actually works way too many jobs, but he started The Review Zoo and helps at Living Free NYC because he had an opinion he wanted to share and a party he wanted to find. He found people equally opinionated to join him and cool ass place to go through Danielle. Currently he is working on a web series and a comic book.