In So Much Food, It Fills a Hall, Florence Fabricant discusses the proliferation of the modern food hall in New York City, leading with the upcoming opening of BCV and avroKO’s Hudson Eats project in Brookfield Place. The article notes that the downtown marketplace “will have views of the Hudson and 600 seats at 14 stations for Num Pang sandwiches, Umami Burger, Blue Ribbon’s first sushi to go and Black Seed bagels.”
Located in the heart of Manhattan’s financial district, Hudson Eats celebrates the unique offerings of the region’s foodshed and the culinary talents of the city’s best chefs in a restaurant-quality environment. The Dining Terrace showcases quick-service offerings created by a unique collection of New York eateries, making use of high quality local ingredients.
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