Urbanspace Garment District Is Back for Fall With New Vendors and Old Favorites

Now through Nov. 2, stop by this culinary pop-up market and munch on everything for meatballs to pad thai

Erin Kestenbaum

With tacos from all over the world this pop-up culinary market is a street food extravaganza.

Urbanspace Garment District is officially open and ready to showcase the innovative culinary specialties of well-established and up-and-coming chefs of New York City. Now through Nov. 2, this pop-up market will be the mecca of tasty treats on the go, boasting a roster of impressive vendors and covering many cuisines. Produced by Urbanspace in partnership with the Garment District Alliance, Urbanspace Garment District is open daily from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., and is closed on Sundays.

"We're particularly excited about this autumn's Urbanspace Garment District Market; its new location is the perfect combination of proximity to and distance from some of NYC's most bustling crossroads — close enough for convenience and far enough for comfort!” said Julian Plyter, founder and pastry chef at Melt Bakery. “There are some new vendors and some veterans — a really thoughtfully curated assortment of food made by people who deeply care about feeding their guests and about spreading their individual gospels of cuisine. There's no other one-block stretch in the city with better or more exciting variety!”

Expect to find veterans Melt Bakery, Domo Taco, and Hai Street Kitchen & Co, along with newcomers that include Delicatessen Taco, Kaya NYC, Jicama, Bankok B.A.R., and Meatball Obsession.

“This season of Urbanspace Garment District is bringing you tacos from all corners of the globe,” said Claire Bernard, market director for Urbanspace. “We're excited to share so many iterations of this beloved street food; from Southeast Asian calamari tacos at Coney Shack to Korean bulgogi tacos at Domo Taco to California inspired fish tacos from Jicama and New York deli inspired pastrami tacos from Delicatessen Tacos. Not to mention, traditional Mexican style tacos from Frida's Favorites! Each one has their own unique flair and it's a good reason to come back for lunch to try a new style every day of the week- not just on taco Tuesday.”

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