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 some of New York City’s most popular chefs, small culinary businesses and artisan producers and sets them up with outdoor kitchens in the heart of Midtown.
Broadway Bites fall 2015 begins October 5th and goes through November 13th. The hours are 11am - 9pm daily. We hope to see you there!
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Our Fall 2015 Vendor Lineup
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The Gumbo Bros is New York’s first authentic New Orleans style gumbo shop. Founder’s Adam and Clay met during undergrad at Louisiana State University and decided to bring their love for Cajun & Creole cooking to New York City. Specializing in authentic gumbo selections, The Gumbo Bros offer a variety of Southern cuisine to their customers based off of their own family recipes and lots of love.
From the makers of Macondo comes a new food concept based on “comida de la calle” – street food from Latin America and Spain – called pandebono. You don’t need to speak the language to understand the flavors and passion packed into the food. The new culinary concept is based on the freedom of choosing ingredients from all over South America, creating a fun and easy way to share and eat tapas.
Zha (pronounced Ja) means “deep-fried” in Chinese, and the food follows suit: their specialty is a large rice ball called AsianCini, stuffed with mouthwatering mixtures and fried to achieve a perfectly crispy crust.
At Hai Street food is truly the hero and the ingredients take center stage. All of the ingredients are delivered day-of and are the freshest quality and responsibly sourced. That’s what Hai Street is all about.
Barraca and its signature Paella Shack bring authentic Spanish cuisine to the urban center of the world, New York. Barraca’s concept is built around the century-old Spanish tradition of crafting paellas in the street along the Mediterranean coast and sharing them with the community. Their paellas are crafted from top quality products and bring alive the passion, flavor and culture of Spain. They will be introducing a sangria lab featuring eight varieties of sangria inspired by the eight different regions of Spain.
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.
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.
Jicama has created its own unique style of cuisine: “California Street Food”. They serve beautiful farm inspired salads, tacos and tamales that rejuvenate and invigorate. Jicama appeals to those who love the beauty and brightness of healthy food.
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.
Bangkok B.A.R “Born And Raised” is all about cooking original family recipes just as if you were dining with the owners at their dinner table in Thailand. The flavors are bold yet harmonious, using traditional ingredients and techniques that bring you a piece of BKK in NYC.
Japan meets Mexico at this roving taco slinger where tempura and teriyaki fills the tortillas (also: Japanese nacho tots!)
The Red Hook Lobster Pound brings sensational lobster rolls and seafood straight from the Maine coast to New York City.
From the makers of small-batch 17% truffle butter featuring black perigord truffles from France and European style butter, come Cheesesteaks by The Truffleist. This isn’t your average Philly Cheesesteak, folks.
Doughnuttery specializes in hot fresh uniquely sugared mini doughnuts pared with homemade seasonal dipping sauces, hot or cold apple cider, coffee, lemonade, and other seasonal beverages.
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.
Formerly known as Seoul Lee Korean BBQ, Fire Belly Korean BBQ has adapted the traditional Korean kitchen with the traditional kitchen of Mexico by fusing Korean flavored meats tacos and flour tortillas. Using organic, locally sourced ingredients, Fire Belly honors flavors of Korea and Mexico by keeping all of their 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. is New York City’s first and only business specializing in authentic Sicilian Rice Balls, born from the greatest melting pot in the world: Brooklyn, New York.
Bar Suzette, run by Peter Tondreau and Troi Lughod, is a creperie and bistro serving up burgers, crepes, and their famed french fries.
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.
Hill Country honors the barbecue and live music capital of Texas and takes its “cue” from the legendary meat-markets-turned-barbecue-joints of Central Texas with their distinctive, dry-rub style. All barbecue is cooked fresh daily on premise in our custom meat-smoking room. Our brisket, sausage, ribs and other meats are smoked low and slow over Texas post oak and are served on butcher paper, counter-style by the pound as is traditional in Central Texas.
Barilla’s goal is to provide their guests with the recipe for Italian conviviality. The food is the key ingredient that brings families around the table, where happiness, friendship and celebration is shared, old relationships are nurtured and new ones are created, every time.
Representing a country rich in culinary tradition, Anoosh Fine Foods introduces the dynamic flavors of Armenia to Broadway Bites. Themes of Health and Family resonate above all else as comfort food is delivered with homemade crusts, choice proteins, fresh produce and energizing spices.
Exploring Bolivian food with a little party. Bolivian Llama Party is comfort food with a few veritable bells and whistles that elevate the experience, taste and love that the cuisine type has to offer. Created by three Bolivian brothers.