Mar 17, 2017 | By Sidney Morgan-Petro
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UrbanSpace has unveiled its latest culinary masterpiece, Broadway Bites, at Greeley Square in Midtown Manhattan. This outdoor pop-up market is every foodie’s pre-Thanksgiving dream. A showcase for unique chefs and epicureans, featured here are 25 vendors serving their signature dishes as well as experimental plates not yet offered in their brick and mortar shops. Vendors include veteran eateries like Roberta’s, The Cannibal and Red Hook Lobster Pound, alongside newcomers like Chutney, Bantam Bagels, Bangkok Bar and The Poffertjes Man. The focus here is on comfort food (perfect for the brisk New York weather this time of year), but lighter options include cold-pressed juices and vegetarian-friendly cuisines from health food purveyors by the likes of SoBar, Two Tablespoons and Jicama NYC. A refreshing take on the chains brimming about Midtown, Broadway Bites is the latest gourmet go-to for locals and loyal visitors alike. Stop by sooner rather than later, because you’re sure to frequent. –Sarah Ryan Hecht
Greeley Square Park
33rd Street between Broadway and Sixth Avenue
Open 11am – 9pm daily
October 28, 2012 – November 24, 2013
Photos courtesy of RVD Communications
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