Are you ready for the biggest spring BUST Magazine Craftacular yet? Next Saturday, May 21st, from 11am - 8pm, we're bringing 100+ of the most unique indie vendors and food artisans to 82 Mercer Street in SoHo, NYC for a one-day shopping extravaganza!
Be one of the first 300 shoppers and you'll receive a goodie bag packed with swag. All you BUSTies won't want to miss these -- we're giving away special BUST Magazine tote bags that were created just for this event by Night Owls Print Shop.
In addition to shopping, two amazing chef-authors will be signing and selling copies of their new books. Come meet them in person!
At 3pm, Erin McKenna, owner of Babycakes vegan bakery will be signing BabyCakes Covers the Classics: Gluten-Free Vegan Recipes from Donuts to Snickerdoodles.
At 5pm, Gabrielle Hamilton, James Beard Award-winner and owner of the Lower East Side restaurant, Prune, will be signing Blood, Bones & Butter: The Inadvertent Education of a Reluctant Chef.
Hungry? We've got you covered. In addition to our specialty food vendors, who are selling everything from cupcakes to pickles, the Red Hook Lobster Pound's new food truck will be parked outside, serving up their famous lobster rolls. For dessert, pick up a gourmet ice cream sandwich from the Coolhaus Ice Cream Truck!
And as always, DJs -- DJ Suzy Chase and DCD Collective -- will be spinning the grooviest tunes as you shop and nosh.
Tickets are $3 at the door.
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Special thanks to our sponsors: Sock Dreams, Modcloth, Night Owl Print Shop, 3 Piece, Duke University Press, Abrams Books/STC Craft, The Sassy Psychic, The Button Club, JDub Records, EvoFem, Blue Q, BurdaStyle, The Farm Sanctuary and The Lower Eastside Girls Club.
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