The next Sugar Hill Market will be coming up soon after the great success of this past weekend. The end goal will be to have a weekly market possibly by the start of next year but at this point, the we are still trying out location options. With that said, we will have another monthly market hopefully in a few weeks in a new temporary space and will have some vendor openings for August. Since this is a curated market, the vendor offerings will all be review so that there are no duplications and that assortment all works together. Those who are interested should submit a high resolution photo of your product or send a website link to be considered. Note also for the indoor markets, only packaged artisan food will be present and cooking vendors will be part of the offerings when an outdoor space has been secured.
Harlem Bastille Day x Sugar Hill Market is almost here and some of the vendors are working with the French aesthetics of the celebration at 127th Street and St. Nicholas Avenue on Sunday, July 13th from noon to 6:00PM. Harlem historian John Reddick will have original posters that show uptown's long history with La France and Pomegranate will debut sweet macarons confections.
Deux Fois is a curated vintage collection that has been doing well at past Sugar Hill Markets. One of the unique pieces that sold quickly included the lovely kimono shown above. The company also provides wardrobe consultation and is constantly adding on new additions to the collection. Deux Fois will be returning to Sugar Hill Market on Sunday, July 13th from Noon to 6:00PM in Front of Maison Harlem at 127th and St. Nicholas Avenue.