Midtown Pocket Park Hosts Pop-Up Food Market in Autumn
October 10, 2017
Nell Casey, Gothamist
The biannual Broadway Bites pop-up food market returns for
its second stint of the year in Greeley Square, the pocket park on Broadway between 32nd and 33rd Streets. The market is one of several seasonal markets run by Urbanspace, who also produce Mad. Sq. Eats and a Garment District pop-up.
There’s some changeup from the summer market, including brand new vendors like OCONOMI, serving savory Japanese pancakes; Bento by
Bessou; and Empanada Papa, which makes Latin American street food with French techniques, according to their website. Spots like Mr Bing, which makes eggy, Chinese crepes; Hold My Knots, a speciality garlic knot purveyor; and Doughnuttery have all returned for the fall.
The Broadway Bites market begins Wednesday, October 4th and will run daily from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. through November 10th.
Hai Street Kitchen
Bento by Bessou
Jars by Dani
Bolivian Llama Party
The Paella Shack
Hold My Knots
Top Hops Beer Shop
Baked Cheese Haus
Bao by Kaya
Jicama “California Street Food”