It seems as if 2022 has been the year of the food halls–Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s food marketplace opened recently at Pier 17, a 1920s art deco food hall reopened in the Garment District, NYC’s first Singapore Hawker Center recently opened in Midtown–need we go on? And now we’re adding a new one to the long list, as Williamsburg is officially home to its own 15,000-square-foot marketplace.
Aptly named Williamsburg Market, the new culinary hotspot is officially open at 103 North 3rd Street nestled between Wythe Avenue and Berry Street.
The market is home to 17 exciting and refreshing culinary concepts. Among those include:
- Harlem Seafood Soul: One of the most recognizable food truck chefs in America serving legendary feel good bites.
- Paper Plate: A crowd favorite at Smorgasburg seasonal outdoor food market offering burgers, fries, and handspun milkshakes.
- Malai Ice Cream: Drawing inspiration from South Asia, Malai ice cream is all eggless, handcrafted, and churned with very little air, resulting in robust flavors and the creamiest textures.
- Urbanbelly: Urbanbelly serves up modern twists on Asian classics, such as coconut curry pho and spicy Korean rice
- Temakase Handroll Bar: Known for their famous DIY to-go sushi boxes and their coveted sushi counter seats in
the East Village.
- DI FARA: Known as the best pizzeria in NYC, this will be DI FARA’s third location, all of which are family-operated.
- Mexology: Chef Ivy’s Stark’s handmade Mexican concept, a standout destination for authentic Mexican cuisine.
- Alidoro Italian Sandwich Shop: This Manhattan-based sandwich shop serves up Italian specialties that are among the most loved paninis in the City.
- BKLYN Wild: Vegan comfort food with a twist from celebrity chef Ivy Stark.
- Effin Egg: Effin Egg is a fast-casual breakfast sandwich concept whose menu boasts classic comfort fare with a twist.
- Oh-K Dog: Serving one of Korea’s most popular street foods Korean rice hotdogs that can be filled with customers’ choice of mozzarella cheese, squid-ink, rice cake, potato, and more.
- Newlight Breadworks: Started with selling small batches of sourdough boules hand delivered and quickly grew to serve restaurants, farm stands, and retail locations throughout NY.
In addition to mouthwatering bites, the market also offers guests an intimate Brooklyn industrial aesthetic with heavy French architectural influences. A 360 degree brass and marble bar and cozy dining room also make up the space.
“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,” said Williamsburg-based Cameron Schur, Managing Partner of Moonrise Ventures.
Williamsburg Market is now open. Its hours will be Monday-Thursday 7a.m. – 10p.m., Friday 7a.m. – 12a.m., Saturday 8a.m. – 12a.m., and Sunday 8a.m. – 10p.m.