UrbanSpace’s latest market, Broadway Bites, is in full swing in Midtown’s Greeley Square. Why should you come join the feast (running through August 1st)? We’ll let the pros explain…
The Insatiable Critic’s Maria Yagoda feasts through the market:
What to drink with this eclectic feast? Quite Clearly Nunu’s Chocolate’s frozen white wine sangria — a sweet slush of South African white wine and frozen fruit. I had to order a second. This one I drank alongside Mason Jar NY‘s masterfully fried pickle chips. Greeley Square never looked better.
Time Out New York lists us on its Food Lovers’ Summer Bucket List:
The seasonal pop-up market comes stocked with tried-and-true favorites from folks like Roberta’s and Red Hook Lobster Pound, along with festival virgins such as La Newyorkina, Brooklyn Taco and Breads Bakery.
Restaurant Girl hits each of the Broadway Bites newcomers, tasting Japanese rice balls, Indian tacos, Thai popsicles and more:
The enthusiasm is infectious at this plucky, young stand (their only location is at Broadway Bites), where they serve authentic, Bangkok street specialties, such as Basil Fried Rice, Som Tum Salad, and an especially tasty Pad Thai.
AM New York has the skinny on how it all goes down:
Office workers on the west side of Midtown Manhattan have reason to be excited: every day for the next two months Broadway Bites will be open in Greeley Square Park, just south of Herald Square, from 11 a.m. – 9 p.m. The pop-up food market is presented by UrbanSpace, an organization that turns open spaces into vibrant and active places for people to come together.
Style Cartel calls for a Cartel Hangout on Broadway:
Broadway Bites by UrbanSpace is the latest food pop-up near Herald Square that houses over 20 very different options of delicacies. From brisket sandwiches with blueberry puree and pickled onion to Maine lobster rolls to buffalo chicken arancini to pistachio cannolis to Korean barbecue tacos, unless you have strict dietary restrictions you can’t choose just one.
Catch the latest on Broadway Bites by checking the hashtag #BwayBites on Twitter and Instagram. Warning: It will make you hungry…