New York City has a new culinary hotspot

Time Out Market nyc

Lisbon already has one, but now New York City has also got its own Time Out Market.

It is a large covered food hall where well-known chefs and young entrepreneurs run food stalls.

It will undoubtedly become one of the new culinary hotspots of the Big Apple.

Anyone who has already visited Lisbon has undoubtedly also visited the Time Out Market.

In the Dumbo district of Brooklyn, across the Brooklyn Bridge, the new 2,000 square meters foodhall has just opened its doors for gourmet visitors.

Inside are 21 different restaurant concepts, three bars and a rooftop terrace that overlooks the river and with a view of Manhattan.

“We couldn’t be more excited to open Time Out Market New York and introduce a new and unique food and cultural destination to this incredible city. Our Time Out editors have carefully selected the city’s most outstanding chefs, mixologists and local talent and now we bring this curated mix together in one unique space. Imagine a place where you get a true taste of the city –you can choose from culinary masterpieces, tonkotsu ramen, pizza, Middle Eastern cuisine, vegan fare, juicy burgers, Kosher deli, tacos, chocolate babka and more. The variety is amazing and there will be something for everyone, from morning through night. When Time Out Market New York opens, the hottest tables in town will be communal” , says CEO Didier Souillat in a statement.

More Time Out markets to come

Time Out, originally a magazine listing cultural events, opened the first Time Out Market in Lisbon five years ago, and in 2019 a new one in Miami, and now it’s New York City’s turn.

Dubai will get one by 2020 and London and Prague will follow in 2021 and 2022 respectively.

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About Yuto Nakashima 57 Articles
Growing up, all  Yuto wanted to do was read. Considered a “nerd”, he was always fascinated with things going on nationally and internationally. Therefore, making the decision to attend college for journalism seemed like the obvious choice, and one that paid off greatly. Besides being an Aikido coach for kids, he dedicates quality time to his expanding family.

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