Roberta’s Marg Pizza
Roberta’s Marg Pizza
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Mad. Sq. Eats – 2013
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This Valentine’s Day we’re spreading the love at Urbanspace Vanderbilt! Today through  Sunday, February 11th-4th, we adding a little extra sweetness to our market!

We are so happy to announce a chocolate and flowers pop-up: Raaka Chocolate will be selling bars and chocolate truffles made of their virgin chocolate, while Viewpoint Designs will be selling flowers and bouquets!

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Our own vendors of course are adding a little extra love to their menus, as well. Sigmund’s will be featuring heart-shaped pretzels available daily on site or by preorder.

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What’s our favorite part of Super Bowl Sunday? The food! This Sunday, cater your Super Bowl party with Urbanspace Vanderbilt! Orders will be available for PICKUP only through Seamless and GrubHub.

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Why don’t you bring the tailgate to you with some ‘dogs from Asiadog or burgers from Bar Suzette? What would a Super Bowl party be without some wings from Delaney Chicken or Guacamole and Tacos from La Palapa?

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Starting next week we are extremely excited to announce our newest Urbanspace Vanderbilt vendor, Kuro-Obi by Ippudo! Thanks to Eater NY, you can get the inside scoop, here!

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Photo by Eataku

“Kuro-Obi by Ippudo, as it’s dubbed, will specialize in chicken broth-based tori-paitan ramen, and the menu will also include a shoyu-based ramen as well.  The Ippudo team is also throwing some craziness into the mix by offering add-ons like Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese, basil, and thick-cut bacon.  Noodle soups will be available to-go — a first for Ippudo. “

If you thought nothing could be better than a brunch-filled weekend at Urbanspace Vanderbilt, we are here to blow you away! This Sunday from 11am-5pm, Urbanspace Vanderbilt vendor, Roberta’s Pizza, will be hosting a FREE gaming event!

gamingRoberta’s Pizza is throwing a Gaming & Gastronomy event which includes a day of gaming, dungeons and dragons, pizza and beer and many other awesome things! Could you think of a better way to spend your Sunday? Come by and enjoy our weekend brunch and a day filled of games! #eaturban #robertaspizza

A big shout-out to Grub Street​ for supplying us with a whole list of places to help fulfill your chicken sandwich cravings in NYC! And we certainly aren’t surprised that Urbanspace Vanderbilt’s Delaney Chicken is on the list. Head to Delaney Chicken​, only at Urbanspace Vanderbilt​, for a Chicken Sandwich that simply can’t be beat!

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“Brisket man Dan Delaney’s UrbanSpace Vanderbilt food stall specializes in fried chicken distinguished by the use of wet batter. The sandwich is made with Duke’s mayo (unofficial mayonnaise of the South), pickles, of course, and Crystal hot sauce, the fiery and fried southern regional classic.”

Thank you Thrillist​ for naming Urbanspace Vanderbilt​ one of the best new brunches of 2015! Read the article, here!

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“Midtown food hall Urbanspace Vanderbilt opened this year with over 20 vendors (among them Roberta’s​, Dough​, and Delaney Chicken​) and launched brunch shortly thereafter. Can you seriously name anything better than a food hall brunch? THINK OF ALL THE OPTIONS. Standouts include Roberta’s Speckenegg pizza and Red Hook Lobster Pound​’s Lobster Claw Bloody Mary.”

Thank You, 2015!

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As we take a look at the past year, we have so much to be proud of here at Urbanspace. This past summer we were delighted to announce our permanent food hall, Urbanspace Vanderbilt, which people are continuing to rave about. Our Urbanspace Provisions markets at Union Square Holiday Market and Urbanspace Vanderbilt featured products from local producers, thus helping to promote our strong desire to support local artisans and entrepreneurs by buying local.

We continued to foster community, transform city spaces and provide platforms to help these artisans and entrepreneurs succeed, by packing the year with a roster of markets, introducing more vendors than ever before! We launched new markets such as our Garment District Holiday shop, bringing an array of food and design to yet another unexpected public venue.

We just wanted to give a big thank you to all of our vendors and patrons, for none of this would be possible without you guys! Although all of our seasonal pop-up markets are closed, we luckily still have our brick and mortar food hall Urbanspace Vanderbilt, up and going to satisfy your Urbanspace needs! We can’t wait to share an even better 2016 with you!

#eaturban #buylocal #urbanspacenyc

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Running behind on those holiday presents? Don’t fret! Our holiday markets are the perfect destination to get those last-minute gifts for everyone on your list!

CaptureThe View co-hosts shared their favorite holiday gifts under $50 this season and Urbanspace vendor Rosehaven Alpaca was featured! Rosehaven Alpacas offers many products made from alpaca fiber, such as a signature line of farm blend yarns, rugs, blankets, and many handmade items.

Whoopi Goldberg is a huge fan of Rosehaven Alpaca socks, in particular.  See for yourself, here!

 

Our vendors not only offer amazing products for all types of people, and animals, but their stories about their companies, beginnings and experiences are incredibly  interesting and unique. We sat down with Danielle of Barklyn Organics and got the inside scoop on how her company was born. Spoiler alert: her rescue dog, Barci (pictured below), was her main inspiration!

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(Barci, Inspiration for Barklyn Organics, Urbanspace Vanderbilt Provisions 2015)

“My partner and I had fallen in love with a small rescue dog that we were fostering, and decided to take the plunge and adopt her. She had been on the streets for such a long time that she had developed a large number of health issues, and had been red-listed at the shelter (next to be put down). I began to notice that when she ate, she would often turn bright pink on her under belly and paws, and became very lethargic– which led me to believe that something in her diet may be causing her sickness. I figured, I’ve always been invested in healthy cooking and nutrition… why not try giving the same care and attention in the kitchen to this sweet little dog? I began researching how to prepare balanced meals for dogs and set to work in the kitchen. Everything I prepared was free range, grass fed meat, organic and locally sourced. I found the equivalents to human “superfoods” and natural cancer fighters for dogs, and began feeding my dog food that I would essentially eat myself. Within a month, she was a completely changed animal. Her coat was thick and shiny, she was no longer lethargic after eating, and most importantly, she seemed happier. It turned out she was allergic to multiple ingredients used as ‘fillers’ in most commercial dog food, which I later learned is quite common. A few of my friends who had witnessed my dog’s little miracle, started to come to me with questions about their own dogs’ diet. Bosco was having skin allergies, Dodger was gassy, Telly was having joint pains from obesity… and the list went on. I take enormous pride in cooking for my friends and family, and decided to head back into the kitchen, only this time for their dogs! After a few months of my home cooked meals, all three dogs were equally cured. I couldn’t believe it. It dawned on me that by buying commercial grade food for our pets, we are essentially feeding them the human equivalent of fast food for every meal of their entire life. I’m convinced that we all live longer, healthier lives when we eat clean, fresh home cooked meals– and that goes for our animals as well. That is how Barklyn Organics was born.

Barklyn Organics is 100% free of preservatives, fillers and animal-by-products. Every ingredient in their bowl could be found on your own plate at a high-end restaurant. Apart from the ingredients themselves, which are all fresh, organic and locally sourced, we also offer a range of ‘Barklyn Boosts’, which are added supplements that can be selected and blended into their meals. We offer boosts for older dogs that aid in joint pain, boosts for puppies as they grow, boosts that fight cancers, boosts that speed up metabolism, and many more. BarklynOrganics meals are all home made so that they can be tailored to each client’s specific needs.

Our most popular items are Grandma’s Chicken Stew which is great for dogs with food sensitivity, our Catch of the Day moist blend which uses fresh salmon, and our free-range, organic, hormone and atibiotic free range chicken jerky which is 100% chicken breast. All of our dog food is human grade meaning you can eat it too! However, since it lacks salt, pepper and seasonings that humans enjoy it wouldn’t excite your taste buds the way a 5 star restaurant meal would.

This is the last weekend of #UrbanspaceVanderbilt weekend pop-up, Provisions, so be sure to stop by and say hello to our friends at Barklyn Organics. You, and your pet, will surely be happy you did!

Still need gifts for your food-obsessed friends and family? Hit up Urbanspace Vanderbilt’s Provisions weekend pop-up market this weekend! Our provisions pop-up will be located in the west side of the indoor market from 11am-5pm Saturday and Sunday.  Some of the stellar vendors include HeatonistCity SauceryCharlito’s Cocina and lots more.  Be sure to come by for our last weekend! InStyle has the scoop,  HERE

 

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The Provisions pop-up market at Urbanspace Vanderbilt is about to make last-minute holiday shopping an enjoyable (yes, enjoyable!) task. Located just outside New York City’s Grand Central Station, the gourmet food bazaar, which opens next on December 19 and 20, consists of 15 vendors selling everything from small-batch hot honey to handmade licorice.”