Spring 2015: June 1st - July 26th
Fall 2015: October 5th - November 13th
Broadway Bites (#BwayBites) is a seasonal culinary pop-up market in Greeley Square Park, located at the intersection of 33rd Street and Broadway.
Presented by UrbanSpace and the 34th Street Partnership, the market brings together New York City’s most popular chefs, small culinary businesses and artisan producers, setting them up with outdoor kitchens in the heart of Midtown.
We'll see you on Broadway!
34 Street - Herald Square
34 Street - Penn Station
28 Street - Broadway
Our Fall 2014 Vendor Lineup
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Japan meets Mexico at this roving taco slinger where tempura and teriyaki fills the tortillas (also: Japanese nacho tots!)
Edric Har, worked his way through the kitchens of Le Bernardin, Veritas and Cru before turning his focus to classic Chinese cooking. He elevates everyday Chinese dishes by using American and French techniques and top-notch ingredients, like hormone- and antibiotic-free meats.
The Gumbo Bros is New York’s first authentic New Orleans style gumbo shop. Founders Adam Lathan and Clay Boulware met in undergrad at Louisiana State University and decided to bring their love for Cajun & Creole cooking to New York City. The foundation of the menu consists of Adam’s family recipes, including: Frenchman Street Creole Gumbo (shrimp, sausage and okra in a tomato based roux), Nanny’s Cajun Gumbo (chicken and sausage in a dark Cajun roux), and a vegan Collard Green and Black eyed pea gumbo.
Palenque is a company dedicated to providing delicious gourmet Colombian fusions to the New York metro area. They offer quinoa and multigrain arepas with delicious vegetarian and meat options.
Tampopo Catering focuses on fresh and local ingredients and offers healthy and satisfying dishes. With a passion for fusion Japanese food, Tampopo specializes in Onigiri (Japanese style rice balls) with creative flavor packed fillings.
Striving to bring Indian flavor to a more contemporary format, Chutney includes a build your own menu with choice of style (taco, roll, rice bowl) with a variety of proteins, chutneys and sauces. The result is truly unique, traditional flavors in a mobile style.
Gelato Ti Amo was created by three gelato-loving friends in Tuscany, and brought stateside by a New York-dwelling Italian longing for a taste of home. The ingredients in its gelati are top-notch: the best Italian milk, pistachios from Bronte and peak-of-the-season fruits.
Asiadogs are hot dogs with Asian-inspired toppings. They celebrate NYC’s diversity by incorporating flavors found in China, Korea,
Vietnam, Japan, and more.
Mason Jar NYC is a Southern BBQ restaurant specializing in some of the best Beef Brisket, Baby Back Ribs and Southern Fried Chicken in all of New York City. Their meats are slow roasted, their fries are hand sliced, and their BBQ sauces are homemade.
Breads Bakery is a New York City bakery that produces artisanal, handmade breads and pastries; it has become a staple in Union Square. Breads Bakery’s chocolate babka was selected as “Best of New York” by New York Magazine and highlighted on TV shows such as the Today Show, Good Day New York and Good Morning America.
Bangkok B.A.R. is an ode to one of the worlds most exciting culinary destinations. Bangkok B.A.R. is an unadulterated Thai concept, selling real authentic street foods of Thailand sourced from the largest green market in New York City, showcasing the very best of local farmers and growers have to offer.
Since opening in Bushwick in 2008, Roberta’s has become a neighborhood institution, a culinary destination, and an incubator for progressive entrepreneurship. And oh, the pizza: mozzarella is made fresh every morning, salumi comes from American and Italian producers, and seasonal vegetables are used throughout the year.
Mimi and Coco’s teriyaki balls are born of a love of the traditional Japanese comfort food takoyaki, customized to New York City’s diverse and eclectic tastes.
Mexicue is the sweet love child of red-hot Mexican foood and down-home barbecue goodness. It takes the spicy, sultry tastes of Mexico and blends them seamlessly with barbecue’s smoky, sensuous flavors to create a mouthwatering union.
Doughnuttery makes hot, fresh, sugared mini-doughnuts accompanied by seasonal dipping sauces. Paired with hot or cold, locally sourced apple cider Doguhnuttery mini-doughnuts make the ideal accompaniment to your morning coffee, a delicious mid-day treat, or a perfect dessert.
mmm Enfes serves Turkish street food–savory stuffed pastries and traditional sweets–in the heart of New York’s Garment District. It’s appropriately named: “mmm…enfes” translates to “mmm…delicious” in English.
Seoul Lee Korean BBQ’s has adapted the traditional Korean kitchen with the traditional kitchen of Mexico by fusing Korean flavored meats with the Mexican vessels such as tacos and flour tortillas. Using organic, locally sourced materials, SLK BBQ honors flavors of Korea and Mexico buy keeping all of our products fresh.
The goal of Two Tablespoons is to make delicious, vegetarian, gluten-free food from scratch using only wholesome, high-nutrient ingredients and as much locally grown produce as possible. It draws inspiration from traditional world cuisines for its bright, colorful dishes.
Arancini Bros. creates a variety of Sicilian rice balls in its shop in Bushwick, Brooklyn.
Bar Suzette, run by Peter Tondreau and Troi Lughod, offers savory or sweet delectable crepes with a continuously changing menu.
Mayhem & Stout is an artisan sandwich company that specializes in flavorful, fall-off-the-bone braised meats and creative, house-made condiments, relishes and spreads served on locally made bread.
Mighty Balls is a mobile food vendor born out of the New York markets, specializing in — you guessed it! — meatballs. Its balls come in a slew of flavors, each offered with a variety of classic and unusual sauces.
Founded in 2010 by Christina Ha and Simon Tung, Macaron Parlour offers a wide array of delicious macarons. Their flavor offerings range from the traditional (Red Velvet) to the crazy and creative (Cheetos).
Wafels & Dinges has conquered the hearts, smiles and appetites of New Yorkers with its bright yellow waffle-trucks and dangerously delicious Liege-style wafels and their accompanying toppings (a.k.a., dinges).
Sigmund’s opened in November 2009 In East Village as a pretzel bakery and coffee shop and quickly became a destination for freshly baked pretzels, dips, signature drinks, pastries and short but fierce list of sandwiches and wieners on pretzel bread.
Stuffed Artisan Cannolis offers Southern Italy’s most famous dessert, reinvented with clever twists on flavors.