The innovators behind UrbanSpace, known for their seasonal outdoor pop-up markets around New York City and London, open their first permanent food hall in New York City this week: UrbanSpace Vanderbilt.

If you’re like me, always chasing the outdoor markets around town like UrbanSpace’s other properties: Madison Square Eats, Penn Plates and Broadway Bites you can now rest easy that there is a permanent brick and mortar market that you can visit rain or shine – all year round. UrbanSpace Vanderbilt is centrally located in Midtown, right near Grand Central Station at Vanderbilt and 45th Street.

The Doors are Open at the UrbanSpace Vanderbilt

As you enter the contemporary industrial food hall you are immediately greeted with a delightfully intoxicating aroma of Sigmund’s pretzels and Ovenly’s baked goods. As you make your way past the seemingly endless sea of vendors, choosing where to eat first becomes quite a difficult decision. But for me, it’s the best kind of dilemma to have.

UrbanSpace Vanderbilt Market

At the UrbanSpace Vanderbilt you will find anything from lobster rolls by Red Hook Lobster Pound to Japanese-inspired Mexican by Takumi Taco to the famous mouthwatering pizza by veteran vendor Roberta’s. You’ll also find the famous Dough doughnuts and crepes by Bar Suzette. Now you can see what I mean by dilemma.

UrbanSpace Vanderbilt Market

Here’s the current list of eateries at UrbanSpace Vanderbilt #eaturban

Toby’s Estate Coffee Roasters
Roberta’s
Mayhem & Stout
Delaney Chicken
No. 7 Veggie
A.B. Biagi
Dough
Sips & Bites
Asia Dog
Hong Kong Street Cart
Bar Suzette
Amali Mou
Bangkok Bar
Red Hook Lobster Pound
Mimi’s Hummus
La Palapa Taco Bar
Sigmund’s
Ovenly
Maiden Lane
Two Tablespoons
Takumi Taco

Check out the UrbanSpace Vanderbilt Website for more information.  You should also follow us on Instagram for delicious pictures from this new market.

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I believe that even though we may speak different languages and hail from different parts of the world, when it comes to food and the desire to eat, we all speak the same language.