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Queens County Market Back in Sunnyside on Saturday

May 11, 2012 Staff Report

Queens County Market, which connects communities with local food businesses, will be back in Sunnyside tomorrow (Saturday) with its pop-up food market.

The market, which features a diverse range of food types, will be at Sunnyside Community Services, 43-31 39th Street (by Queens Boulevard), between noon and 4 p.m.

Vendors will include:

  • Veda’s Cakes & Catering, with Guyanese chicken patties.
  • Taste of Ethiopia, selling Ethiopian fare.
  • Queens Comfort, a popular Astoria restaurant that will be offering homemade donuts and iced Stumptown coffee.
  • Tropisec, winner of the Best Dessert in the 2012 Taste of Queens event, will be selling her dehydrated fruit flowers at the market.
  • And many more.
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This was such a great event. We purchased spices, cookies, tomato sauce….all kinds of great homemade items. So glad you posted about this event, I would have never known! Thank you!


omg if you missed it the first time you MUST visit this! Walked away with soo many goodies – baked goods – sauces – salsas and have enjoyed everything I purchased – this is a don’t miss!


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