Urbanspace Garment District showcases a diverse mix of original concepts from experienced chefs, as well as exciting new booths from talented up-and-coming food entrepreneurs along one of New York City’s most lively thoroughfares.
2017 Spring Market | June 7 – July 20th
Hours: Monday – Saturday 11am – 8pm, closed Sunday
2017 Fall Market | September 18th – October 27th
Broadway, from 39th to 40th
Coney Shack Southeast Asian Tacos started out in 2012 as a food cart from the deep corners of Brooklyn. With the success of a concept that Coney Island had never seen before and the rising popularity of Southeast Asian inspired tacos. Coney Shack launched their Manhattan food truck in early 2015. Since then, Coney Shack has taken home the coveted Rookie of the Year prize at the 2015 Vendy Awards, and topped Yelp’s list as the #1 rated food establishment in Brooklyn, 2015.
M’O Il Gelato was born from a dream. It’s a story that started with a couple of friends who came from vastly different backgrounds but shared a mutual passion for gelato. Real gelato, that is. Gelato that is rich and creamy, made “like it used to be”—or even better. In May, 2011, they opened the first M’O gelateria in Nolita, in New York City and we have now 3 locations in the city. Best ingredients, carefully sourced, completely natural, and whenever possible, local and seasonal. Top quality ingredients and unmatched technique are what set M’O Il Gelato apart from crowd. Come and have a taste, and we’re sure you’ll agree.
“Chick’nCone is an innovation on traditional chicken and waffles… Our taste sensation is made with hand breaded crispy chicken tenders tossed up in your choice of one of our six signature sauces and piled up in a home made waffle cone. It’s grab-n-go comfort food at it’s best!”
Marty’s V Burger is a 100% plant-based fast food concept from Brooklyn, NY. Our signature burgers, mac and cheeze and more have been pleasing patrons at events all around the New York City area since 2014. Our aim is to bring accessible, familiar and vegan food into the fast food space, using classic American comfort food to create an entry point for the vegan-curious. We consider it a good sign that vegans love us and non-vegans keep coming back for more.
In 2010, Kimchi Grill was founded by Phillip Lee, 15 year veteran of New York City’s competitive restaurant world. The concept of Kimchi Grill was to serve Korean and Asian food that’s accessible and memorable in ways that the general public could truly appreciate its unique and bold flavors. Kimchi Grill launched with the extremely popular Kimchi Taco (food) Truck in Spring 2011. After a year of roaming the streets and satisfying many taste buds and bellies, Kimchi Grill, brick and mortar opened its doors to spread the love in Brooklyn’s eclectic neighborhood, Prospect Heights. Using familiar serving vehicles or dishes such as burgers, tacos, fried chicken, etc., the Brooklyn brick and mortar’s menu focused on bringing flavors of Korea that the public were still somewhat intimidated. With the success of the first location, in the Summer of 2014, second Kimchi Grill opened in Carroll Gardens / Gowanus. Plans are in the works to open a 3rd Kimchi Grill concept in Bushwick late Spring of 2017.
In December 2016, Kimchi Grill’s first “pop-up / kiosk” was launched in Jersey City accentuating the use of healthy Asian ingredients along with our famous kimchi. We hope to take it one step further at 2017 Urban Space markets by focusing solely on healthy Asian rice and grain bowls that is creative and uniquely blended.
Croton Reservoir Tavern was opened in 2003, only a few blocks from Times Square. The restaurant was named in memory of the nearly forgotten Fortress Reservoir which used to stand in place of the current New York Public Library and Bryant Park.
Featuring a wondrous hand painted 150 square foot mural of the reservoir in all its glory, dining at the Croton Reservoir Tavern allows you to enjoy a palpable turn of the century New York experience in the heart of Midtown. The tavern’s 50 foot oak bar, brass studded leather chairs, wrought iron railings and leather banquette seating lay the backdrop for warmth and good cheer.
Modern American cuisine and NYC’s most popular drinks are prepared to the highest standard and served with relaxed charm and cheerfully attentive service. Our comfortable and casual atmosphere, vibrant social scene, quality dining and special event hosting has made it one of New York’s most popular venues for dining and private events.
At Mochidoki, we are driven to discover new possibilities with mochi ice cream. Taking a fresh and modern approach to design an artisanal dessert crafted with premium ingredients and innovative flavor creations.
Not only are they a favorite to many people, scallion pancakes and dumplings are classic snacks to the Chinese culture. Our goal is to deliver these traditional snacks with a modern twist, sharing a taste of what we consider our childhood.
Jars by Dani started when founder Dani Beckerman wanted to share her love for baking. She came across a mason jar in a craft store and was driven to develop the next new dessert obsession. Something delicious and beautiful—that looked as good as it tasted. So she experimented with recipes until successfully creating her signature line of jars.
The buzz on social media made Dani realize she had something special. So she took to the city streets, hand delivering each jararound Manhattan herself. Dressed in a cute outfit and hat, of course. Once just a fun idea turned into a full-fledged business.
Today, it’s love at first bite as Jars by Dani continues to capture the hearts of fans in NYC and nationwide. Even A-Listers like Diane Von Furstenberg, Kenneth Cole and Teen Vogue have made Jars by Dani a must at their fashion events. We invite you to grab a jarand surprise your party guests with something different and delicious! #GetJarred
The young entrepreneur first posted photos of her colorful creations on Instagram—where they quickly went viral. Since she officially launched her business, her jars have been the signature desserts for fashionable parties, including for such clients as Diane von Furstenberg. Guests can also create their own jars at such events as weddings, birthday parties, bat mitzvahs and more. For Beckerman, every day is an occasion to “jarty.”
Bao by Kaya is an established NYC street vendor specializing in Taiwanese snacks, and the signature Taiwanese-style burger “gua bao” – a white, fluffy steamed bun served with a variety of meat options. Bao by Kaya was honored as a finalist for Rookie of the Year at the 2015 Vendy Awards.
Melt Bakery’s mission is simple: to create delicious ice cream cookie sandwiches and deliver a great customer experience. Sourcing as locally and sustainably as possible, Melt features classic and approachable ice cream sandwich choices, a rotating gluten- and dairy-free option, and seasonal flavors.
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).
Domo Taco is a cross cultural taqueria concept that brings pan-Asian flavors in delicious and inventive ways to traditional Mexican fare. What started out as a single taco truck has become one of New York’s hottest new taquerias. Now in its fourth year as a food truck and second season working with Urbanspace, Domo Taco seeks to bring smiles to hungry lunchers with delicious food and a warm staff.
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.
La Sonrisa Empanadas offers vegetarian, beef, chicken and pulled pork empanadas, made with only the best ingredients and authentic recipes.