Williamsburg's Moore Street Market offers Latino experiences you won't find anywhere else
Moore Street Market is home to a wide array of diverse restaurants and shops in Williamsburg.
Deeply rooted in Latino culture, the Moore Street Market is a huge part of New York City's history. The public market opened in 1941 as part of Mayor Fiorello La Guardia's effort to get pushcart vendors off the streets. To this day, the establishment is thriving.
Small businesses housed under one roof provide the perfect spot to run all of your errands or simply have a fun adventure and meal.
While some vendors have specific hours, the Moore Street Market is open seven days a week year-round.