An early rendering of North End Food Hall, via NADA
Earlier this year, the Post called Washington Heights “the new Williamsburg,” after census data revealed that the upper-Manhattan neighborhood has more millennials than any other area in the entire city. After being priced out of areas like Bushwick, the Heights is a cheaper but equally convenient place to settle down. And like any good up-and-coming NYC spot, Washington Heights will soon be getting its very own food hall. Eater reports that North End Food Hall will open this spring at 4300 Broadway, at 183rd Street, with local favorites like Dashi Ramen (from the team behind Jin Ramen), Harlem Public, and Salt and Bone Smokehouse.
Jin Ramen via Shinya Suzuki/Flickr cc
The space will be able to seat 120 people. With 25 seats and several televisions, pub Harlem Public will anchor the hall. In addition to the aforementioned offerings, North End will have a yet-to-be-named coffee vendor, Bareburger, and La Chula.
News of North End Food Hall first came about in summer 2017, when construction kicked off on the 6,000-square-foot space. Developer Sugar Hill Capital Partners teamed up with Harlem-based architecture firm NADA on the design. The food hall is expected to open in March with more vendors being announced soon.
[Via Eater NY]
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