Where to eat at Time Out New York Market

This new food hall has 21 restaurant concepts

Jun
10
2019

Address:55 Water St, Brooklyn, NY, USA

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Foodhalls and markets are not new to NYC. However, Time Out Market New York is one of a kind.

What to expect: After a successful opening of Time Out Miami Market, the editors of Time Out New York had the difficulty delicious task of choosing their favorite New York eats to be housed under one roof. We don’t know how they narrowed it down but we’re guessing that a pound our two must have been added to their waistline after coming up with these 21 restaurant concepts. Expect a fine dining experience with affordable prices and communal wooden tables. This will not only be a destination for tourists but also locals that are familiar with these talented chefs and iconic restaurant concepts. The market will be open daily, Sunday – Thursday from 8 am – 11 pm and Friday – Saturday from 8 am – 12 am located in Dumbo at 55 Water Street. Here’s what’s on the menu.

RENDERS BY TIME OUT MARKET

1. ALTA CALIDAD


MEXICAN & INDIAN
Innovative Mexican eats with Indian influence by Chef Akhtar Nawab. Try their chicken tinga tacos with avocado

2. BESSOU


JAPANESE
A modern twist on Japanese comfort food. Try their crispy rice with salmon sashimi, spicy tuna or soy beef brisket with your choice of soy sauce, spicy mayo, scallion mayo or shiso verde. 

3. BREADS BAKERY


BAKERY
A New York Bakery with the best babka you’ll ever try.

4. CENTER CUT


KOSHER DELI
Looking for the best kosher meats? Think pastrami, shawarma and turkey sandwiches.

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5. CLINTON ST. BAKING COMPANY


BREAKFAST ALL-DAY
Clinton St. Baking Company is synonymous to the best pancakes in New York City, so you know what you’ll be having.

6. Ice & Vice


ICE CREAM
You’re going to need a scoop of these not-so-average ice cream flavors. If you’re into milkshakes, try their Pie Felicia with shade ice cream, peanut butter, Nutella, and Graham cracker crust. 

 

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Ice & Vice, founded by Paul Kim and Ken Lo, has been serving experimental and creative scoops out of its Lower East Side shop since 2015. With each announcement of its playfully inventive new flavors, @iceandvice landed on yet another list of the best ice cream parlors and guests have been quick to line up around the block, have a lick and snap a shot of their “cool” cones. With a menu of edgy and ultra-premium sorbets, ice creams and frozen yogurts—handcrafted in small, customized batches—Ice & Vice continues to push the boundaries of what frozen treats can be. At Time Out Market New York, there will be permanent and seasonal flavors including imaginative takes such as Koala Chip with eucalyptus, black pepper, and chocolate chips; TV Dinner with carrot, clove, sweet pea frosting; 9AM with Vietnamese coffee and donut truffle; and Tea Dance with Nilgiri black tea and lemon charcoal caramel. 📸: @iceandvice

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7. JACOB’S PICKLES


SOUTHERN
Some of the best Southern comfort food in New York City. Dig into the mac n cheese, fried chicken biscuit sandwich and leave room for some fried oreos.

8. Pat LaFrieda Meat Purveyors


MEATS ON MEATS
The best burgers and meats you’ve had in New York restaurants are probably sourced from Pat LaFrieda. Order the Angus cheesesteak and the sliders.  

 

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For over 100 years, Pat LaFrieda Meat Purveyors has become synonymous with high-quality meat of all kinds not only in New York City, but across the country. An authority on all things beef, @patlafrieda and his team have gained the reputation as New York’s premium butcher, popping up on menus all over the country. His arrival at Time Out Market New York will serve as a Brooklyn home base, where fans can enjoy a mix of tasty sandwiches, juicy burgers, and other favorites. Menu highlights will include the Black Angus Cheesesteak with American cheese, sautéed Vidalia onions and house sauce on a freshly baked and toasted baguette; The Mel’s Double Burger with American cheese and house sauce on a freshly baked bun; and The World’s Greatest Hot Dog served with sautéed Vidalia onions on a freshly baked and toasted baguette. 📸: @patlafrieda

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9. JULIANA’S


PIZZA
Not here to argue the best pizza in New York, just here for the pizza. Patsy Grimaldi is serving his classics at this outpost.

10. MR. TAKA RAMEN


RAMEN
Michelin starred ramen by Takayuki Watanabe and Chef Takatoshi Nagara of Bigiya Ramen in Tokyo. Go with the tonkotsu ramen and never look back.

 

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Chef Takatoshi Nagara and Takayuki Watanabe opened Mr. Taka in New York’s Lower East Side in 2015 with no shortage of rave reviews. The restaurant is the result of a long-standing childhood friendship, many years of research and travel across Japan, and an unparalleled pedigree when it comes to ramen-cuisine, earning a coveted spot on Michelin’s Bib Gourmand list. While lines continue to form outside of the much- lauded Lower East Side outpost, Nagara and Watanabe will now bring their outstanding and creative takes on Tonkotsu Ramen to Time Out Market New York. Guests can expect favorites such as the Miso Ramen with chicken and bonito fish broth, wavy flat flour noodles, sliced pork belly, ground pork, scallions, bean sprouts, chives, cilantro and the Taka’s Vegan in a vegetable broth with soy milk, wavy flat flour noodles, avocado, zucchini, tomato, mushrooms, tofu, leeks and scallions. 📸: @mrtakaramen

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Other concepts include: Avocaderia, BKLYN Wild, David Burke Tavern, DŌ, Felicia Pasta Bar, Little Ada, Ivy Stark, Loco Coco, and NUR.

Time Out Market New York is located in Dumbo at 55 Water Street, Brooklyn no reservations needed.