All-You-Can-Eat-and-Drink Fest Comes to Chelsea Bazaar

By Mathew Katz on August 23, 2013 3:46pm 

 Meat and yankee bean pierogi from Krasula Pierogi Bar, one of the many treats that will be available at Saturday's Chelsea Bazaar.
Meat and yankee bean pierogi from Krasula Pierogi Bar, one of the many treats that will be available at Saturday's Chelsea Bazaar.
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CHELSEA — If you're looking to stuff your face with specialty foods this weekend — and wash it all down with gallons of beer — the Chelsea Bazaar is your place.

The regular showcase of local business put on by the Greenwich Village-Chelsea Chamber of Commerce is going all out on Saturday, with unlimited food and booze from 20 neighborhood eateries.

The feast will include selections from Krasula Pierogi Bar, ricotta crostinis with duck prosciutto from Swine NYC and Valencian Horxata, a ground almond drink.

For those with boozier tastes, there's an open bar with unlimited cocktails, small-batch wines and all-you-can-drink beers from Sixpoint Brewery and more.

This is the fifth Chelsea Bazaar since the regular showcase of local businesses kicked off in July 2012. Past events have focused on locally designed furniture and other products, but they have always involved a healthy heaping of grub.

Food isn't the only attraction: 20 exhibitors will be on site providing demonstrations of their wares, and there will be sales on Eleanor Kalle jewelry, Nais lingerie and Naturally Susan's beauty products.

Tickets for the bazaar are also a deal: The chamber has discounted them by 40 percent, down to $36 from $60 using to promo code "newsletter."

The Chelsea Bazaar runs from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. on Saturday at the Altman Building, 135 W. 18th St.

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