Food Hall Galore: New Food Hall Opens In Williamsburg, Brooklyn And Includes A Soul Food Spot
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Food Hall Galore: New Food Hall Opens In Williamsburg, Brooklyn And Includes A Soul Food Spot

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Kelsey Marie
Kelsey Marie Nov 17, 2022

Food halls have become increasingly popular over the years, and New York City just added another to its long list. The Williamsburg Market, in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn, opened to the public last week. 

The new food hall replaces the former North 3rd Street Market, which opened in 2018. 

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15,000 sq. ft. of vendors

Located at 103 North Third Street in Williamsburg, the 15,000 sq. ft. space houses 17 vendors. The industrial loft space has kiosks for each vendor, a cozy dining room, and a 360-degree bar. 

In a press release, the developer Moonrise Venture says the space was designed to evoke a “casually-elevated dining experience.” The design is influenced by French architecture, giving it a “Brooklyn meets Paris aesthetic.”

Food choices galore

Whether you’re craving soul food or Mexican cuisine, there are choices to satisfy your taste buds. 

Choices include effin egg, Harlem Seafood Soul, Di Fara, MEXology, Oh K-Dog & Egg Toast, and more. 

Cameron Schur, Managing Partner of Moonrise Ventures, says, “It is truly a unique opportunity to bring together such a talented group of chefs and operators under one roof here in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, one of New York City’s most exciting and dynamic neighborhoods.”

To view a full list of the vendors at Williamsburg Market, click here.

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