The New Rochelle Downtown Grand Market Features Mexican Day Festival and Fun September 14

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In celebration of Mexican culture, the Grand Market will feature Hispanic food and fun this week including Mexican music, dancers and prepared foods.

In celebration of Mexican culture, the Grand Market will feature Hispanic food and fun this week including Mexican music, dancers and prepared foods. The New Rochelle Downtown Grand Market is open every Saturday to hundreds of visitors and to more than two dozen vendors at 1 Library Plaza from 9am to 2pm. The festive neighborhood farmers market features local farm-fresh fruit and produce, fish, meats, cheeses, baked goods and many other specialty foods. Some of the vendors attending this week’s markets include:

A Place 2 Go Caribbean Restaurant – Fantastic, slow cooked BBQ brisket, jerk pork, jerk chicken and macaroni & cheese.

R&R Farms – Specializing in Mexican produce such as pipiche, alache and two kinds of papalo and chiles.

Sazon Mi Cocina – Homemade sazon seasoning. Garlic, onions, cilantro and other seasonings for meats, soups rice and other dishes.

Gaby’s Red Coral Seafood – In Season fresh fish and shellfish caught off the Hampton Bay.

…and many more! Visit http://www.NewRochelleGrandMarket.com.

In addition, the Grand Market will feature the Young Tycoon’s booth with flavored popcorn and cotton candy made by and sold by young entrepreneurs ages 8-16 from New Rochelle schools.

About New Rochelle Grand Market
The Grand Market is sponsored by the New Rochelle Downtown Business Improvement District (NRBID), Monroe College and Green Mountain Energy and will be held every Saturday from June 1 through October 26 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on 1 Library Green next to the New Rochelle Public Library on Huguenot Street between Memorial Highway and Lawton Street. To learn more about how the New Rochelle Grand Market aims to grow, nourish and inspire our community, become a Twitter follower, Facebook fan, blog reader and visit http://www.newrochellegrandmarket.com.

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