New York City’s furor for food halls has not fizzled out quite yet. Construction is currently in progress for the North End Food Hall in Washington Heights at 4300 Broadway and 183rd Street. Set to be the largest food and beer hall in upper Manhattan, the space stretches 6,000 square feet and will feature locally sourced and sustainable goods. As Eater NY learned, seven kiosks will serve everything from fair-trade coffee and craft beer to organic barbecue and burgers.
With conceptualizations designed by Harlem-based architecture firm NADA, North End will feature a visually rich atmosphere while maximizing individual seating. Filtered Coffee, which currently has a pop-up store in the same spot, will most likely become a tenant in the new food hall. According to Eater, another tenant may be Mess Hall, a Harlem vendor known for its craft beer and cocktails. Renderings also show kiosks for taco, burger and barbecue joints.
Food halls have been popping up all over the city, with Canal Street Market, Gotham Market at the Ashland and the Dekalb Market all opening this year. And now, three Uptown food halls are currently underway. In addition to North End, the affordable Bruckner Market is coming to the South Bronx and an experiential food hall by the Italian restaurant Cipriani will be built on the Upper West Side. North End is expected to open sometime this fall.
[Via Eater NY]
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