New York Icons Set Up at Williamsburg’s First Year-Round Food Hall

BY Crystal Shi TIMEJune 22, 2018 PRINT

Famed New York pizzeria Di Fara, burger joint Corner Bistro, and Bien Cuit Bakery are among the star-studded vendors at North 3rd Street Market, Williamsburg’s newly launched year-round market. The space is home to both permanent and pop-up concepts, featuring established and emerging businesses alike.

The current cast of 19 vendors includes Chuko, a beloved Brooklyn ramen shop; Harvest2Order, a salad bar with hydroponically grown microgreens cut to order; East Wind Snack Shop, serving specialty Chinese dumplings made from scratch; Tita Baby’s Panciteria, a Filipino street food and noodle house concept; and TAP NYC, with Brazilian tapioca crepes, acai bowls, and pastries.

Champion Coffee will also be pouring its brews, alongside La Newyorkina churning out Mexican-inspired frozen treats and Dana’s Bakery baking up fun-flavored macarons.

Set in a renovated brick building, the venue features American-made furniture from Kresse and nature-inspired installations from Baker Structures. The market is operated by creative agency MRKTPL and developed by New York-based development firm LENY.

Open daily from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Crystal Shi
Food Editor
Crystal Shi is the food editor for The Epoch Times. She is a journalist based in New York City.
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