Here’s a Sneak Peek of UrbanSpace Vanderbilt, Midtown’s Coolest Food Hall

There are 21 vendors in total.
There are 21 vendors in total. Photo: Melissa Hom

With Gotham West Market, City Kitchen, and the Plaza Food Hall, there’s no shortage of midtown food marketplaces. But UrbanSpace — the same company behind wildly popular Mad. Sq. Eats — has assembled a stellar lineup for its first permanent venture, UrbanSpace Vanderbilt.

The 12,000-square-foot food hall occupies the ground floor of a tower at 230 Park Avenue and brings together 21 different vendors. This is no small feat: It’s the first time Roberta’s has opened in Manhattan (or expanded at all), and the same goes for Mimi’s Hummus. Here’s the complete lineup:

Amali Mou: a modern Greek restaurant that specializes in housemade gyros, mezes, and salads, and will serve Greek wines.

A.B. Biagi: a second location of the Nolita gelato shop, which offers Brazilian flavors as well as vegan options.

A.B. Biagi has a gelato cart.
A.B. Biagi has a gelato cart. Photo: Melissa Hom

Asiadog: hot dogs with Asian-inspired toppings, like Japanese curry and kimchee apples.

Bangkok B.A.R.: a Thai street-food spot that will serve original family recipes.

Bar Suzette: the Chelsea Market–based crêperie, which has added a delicious-sounding “French-onion-soup crepe” to its menu.

Delaney Chicken: BrisketTown’s Daniel Delaney’s fried-chicken concept.

Dough: Fany Gerson’s beloved doughnut shop.

Hong Kong Street Cart: ramen, honey-sriracha chicken wings, pork buns, and peanut noodles.

La Palapa: a “Mexico City-style” restaurant with tacos, quesadillas, and frozen sangria.

Ovenly will sell its beloved cookies and baked goods.
Ovenly will sell its beloved cookies and baked goods. Photo: Melissa Hom

Maiden Lane: a second location of the East Village restaurant, which sources the highest-quality tinned seafood.

Mayhem & Stout: sandwiches featuring slow-braised meats.

Mimi’s Hummus: a second location of the Ditmas Park Mediterranean restaurant.

This is the first Manhattan location of Mimi's Hummus.
This is the first Manhattan location of Mimi’s Hummus. Photo: Melissa Hom

No. 7 Veggie: a brand-new brand extension of No. 7 Sub, which will serve double-decker broccoli tacos and, of course, a veggie burger.

Ovenly: another outlet for the Greenpoint bakery’s excellent (vegan!) salted chocolate-chip cookies, plus cakes and other pastries.

Red Hook Lobster Pound: the famed lobster-roll spot will also serve oysters and beer and wine.

Roberta’s: It requires no explanation.

Roberta's is one of the biggest draws, of course.
Roberta’s is one of the biggest draws, of course. Photo: Melissa Hom

Sigmund’s: an artisanal pretzel shop.

Sips & Bites: specialty toasts, salads, and hot foods — the ideal lunch spot.

Takumi Taco: a Japanese-meets-Mexican concept that will sell burritos, curry-beef rice bowls, and a signature dish of Japanese nachos.

Takumi Taco's in the house.
Takumi Taco’s in the house. Photo: Melissa Hom

Toby’s Estate: the small-batch Brooklyn roaster.

Two Tablespoons: healthy, vegetarian, gluten-free dishes like shakshuka and a “power bowl.”

The food hall soft-opens on September 14, and the official opening day is September 17. There will be service Monday through Friday, from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m., and on weekends from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Consider this a midtown lunch game changer.

UrbanSpace Vanderbilt, 230 Park Ave. (at the corner of Vanderbilt Ave. and 45th St.), 646-747-0822

First Look at UrbanSpace Vanderbilt