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Artisanal Sweet Treats Bazaar

Artisanal Sweet Treats Bazaar

Oct 23 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Grand Bazaar NYC
100 West 77th Street
New York, NY

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Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly


Shop 20+ of the City’s best and still unknown (yet) artisanal sweet-makers at an outdoor/indoor market. Find everything from experimental donuts, small-batch fudge with creative flavors, freshly baked cookies and cakes, handmade macaroons, and mouthwatering truffles and chocolates.

Also shop one-of-a-kind handmade candles, skincare, fashion, vintage accessories and collectibles, handmade jewelry and furniture, rare antique silverware and glassware. The artisanal food court will have a yummy selection from smoked brisket sandwiches to various delicious asia cuisines, to freshly-made granola and pickles & olives

Profits are donated to four local public schools.

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Grand Holiday Bazaar

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Find one-of-a-kind handmade holiday decoration and giftable items: candles, skincare, fashion, handbags, vintage accessories and collectibles, handmade jewelry and furniture, rare antique silver- and glassware, and delicious artisanal treats and foods.

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