Midtown’s Newest Food Court, the Pennsy, Includes Concepts From Mario Batali and Marc Forgione

Mario by Mary will offer an Italian muffaletta.
Mario by Mary will offer an Italian muffaletta. Photo: Melissa Hom

New York is now bursting with high-end food courts, and the latest development is the Pennsy, which opens today at the corner of 33rd Street and Seventh Avenue. The space is home to five choice concepts: the Cinnamon Snail, the first stand-alone location of the defunct vegan food truck; Pat LaFrieda Meat Purveyors, with made-to-order sandwiches and raw meats and burger blends; Mario by Mary, a soup-and-sandwich shop from caterer Mary Giuliani and Mario Batali; Lobster Press, which will offer salads, bisques, and paninis from Marc Forgione; and the Little Beet, an outpost of the veggie-focused, gluten-free restaurant. Plus: There’s a bar, an indoor dining lounge, an outdoor patio space, and an event space, and the Pennsy is open seven days a week, for lunch and dinner. Take a look at the space and menus:

The Cinnamon Snail's
The Cinnamon Snail’s Photo: Melissa Hom
Pat LaFrieda's stand will serve a
Pat LaFrieda’s stand will serve a Photo: Melissa Hom
And here is Lobster Press's
And here is Lobster Press’s Photo: Melissa Hom
The Little Beet has — you guessed it —
The Little Beet has — you guessed it — Photo: Melissa Hom
One of several seating areas.
One of several seating areas. Photo: Melissa Hom

All menus [PDF]

The Pennsy, 2 Pennsylvania Plaza

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