A stone’s throw away from Grand Central Terminal, Urbanspace Vanderbilt brings over 20 artisanal and chef-driven food concepts to the heart of Midtown Manhattan. As a year-round culinary destination, Urbanspace Vanderbilt has quickly become one of New York’s most buzzed about food halls, featuring an unbeatable selection of rotating concepts inside a truly iconic New York space.
East 45th Street & Vanderbilt Avenue – North East Corner
Monday – Friday | 6:30AM – 9:00PM
Saturday & Sunday | 9:00AM – 5:00PM
Delivery from select vendors – Order Now!
Market Office: 646-747-0810
Contact our Vendors here.
Farmstand is New York City’s destination for fresh, hyperlocal, seasonal salads with an edge.
The goal at Farmstand is two-fold: to offer customers fun, filling salad options while simultaneously staying transparent about their ingredients by showcasing only the best seasonal produce sourced from local farms.
All of Farmstand’s ingredients — from their lettuces, to their cheeses, to their honey (produced by their owner’s grandfather, one of the top beekeepers and honey producers in the tri-state) — are sourced from within 150 miles of New York. Their menu changes several times each season so their customers are always guaranteed exciting new salad options made from the best produce around. Thirsty? They offer a selection of local beers and craft session cocktails, too.
When owner Brian Goldberg studied Chinese in Beijing in 1998, he ate bings everyday outside his school made fresh by a friendly woman on the back of a bicycle cart. He loved bings so much, he was inspired to bring it back to America.
Mr Bing’s mission is to introduce America to traditional Northern Chinese street crepes (‘jianbing’, 煎饼). For those already familiar with ‘jianbing,’ they aim to instill a vibrant sense of nostalgia for the China street culture they remember.
Born out of founder Ben LeBlanc’s want to create comfort food reminiscent of his Louisiana roots, Good Stock offers a variety of different delicious soups at Urbanspace. Through their use of high quality ingredients, proper techniques, a maniacal attention to detail, and creative twists, Good Stock makes soup taste the way it should – great. With Good Stock, soup is no longer an afterthought.
With over 20 soups in their repertoire, they are constantly featuring different options daily, along side freshly baked breads and salads.
Since 2010, Korilla has roamed the streets of NYC in its tiger-striped truck introducing Korean burritos, rice bowls and tacos to the masses. Along the way it has created a cult, following the truck. KBBQ by Korilla is an offspring that brings a new wave of creative Korean dishes that continues the ritual of discovering gems on the streets of NYC.
“With the opening of Andrew Zurica’s burger stand at Urbanspace’s food hall, midtown lunchers will finally have access to the griddle-smashed burgers and bacon-wrapped hot dogs that the peripatetic chef used to only sell from the truck he parked, frustratingly, in what seemed to be the remotest corners of Brooklyn.”‘
— Grub Street, March 28th 2016
Hai Street Kitchen & Co. makes Japanese-inspired sushi burritos for the hungry, health-conscious, and adventurous diner. At Hai Street Kitchen & Co you’ll find fresh, all-natural ingredients carefully rolled into a Nori wrap. These bold, fun and flavorful handheld sushi burritos are great on the go and perfect for lunch or dinner. It’s always a great day to #GetHai
In 1996, Liquiteria pioneered the original cold pressed juice in NYC, with the simple goal of delivering health and balance to the lives of busy New Yorkers. Offering a wide range of cold-pressed juices, healthy snacks and remarkably fresh grab-and-go options, Liquiteria is packed with all the raw vitamins, minerals and fresh fruit & vegetable enzymes you need to ensure you don’t just survive – you thrive!
‘Kuro-Obi by Ippudo’ brings the precise craft of true Japanese ramen making into a take-away format. Ippudo’s Ramen Master has created a new “take-away” ramen recipe for ‘Kuro-Obi by Ippudo,’ which will focus exclusively on “tori paitan,” a delicately silky chicken base. For anyone who doesn’t have the time to enjoy the full Ippudo NY dining experience, ‘Kuro-Obi by Ippudo’ is the answer – offering the style and exceptional quality without the infamous wait, and allowing even more visitors and New Yorkers to experience and savor Ippudo NY’s wildly popular ramen. Come try one for yourself, we’ll have a hot bowl waiting for you!
Delaney Chicken delivers comfort and nostalgia in a bucket. Batter dipped, rather than dredged in flour, this chicken promises a unique texture and flavor, accentuated by a series of secret pieces. Transporting you down south, expect a slew of southern inspired sides to accompany this knockout poultry.
Red Hook Lobster Pound brings sensational lobster rolls and seafood straight from the Maine coast to the concrete streets of New York City, Washington DC and the beaches of Montauk. Check them out at this fall’s Mad. Sq. Eats pop-up market as well – open daily in Worth Square through October 7th.
Toby’s Estate Coffee is a small-batch roaster located in Brooklyn, NY. We travel the world sourcing coffee and celebrating quality and complexity. As roasters and baristas, we believe that each coffee can tell a story, and strive to share that in every cup.
La Palapa Taco Bar is a trip to a Mexico City taqueria. La Palapa’s authentic home cooked tacos and antojitos are spicy and delicious wrapped in our organic tortillas. Sip a michelada, frozen sangria or agua fresca and let the fiesta begin!
Mimi’s Hummus brings the flavors of fresh, seasonal, Middle Eastern cuisine to NYC, while providing a warm and friendly place for city dwellers to relax, over a healthy, satisfying meal.
Ovenly is an award-winning bakery that exists to provide you with joy through flavor. Known for innovative flavor combinations (think currant-rosemary scones or black caraway-chocolate shortbread), you can find their full array of unique treats here at UrbanSpace Vanderbilt and at their headquarters in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.
Two Tablespoons brings you inspired vegetarian fare that nourishes the body and pleases the taste buds, made with wholesome ingredients from scratch. Their seasonal menu is inspired by various ethnic cuisines, incorporating nutritious new twists on familiar concepts.
Takumi Taco serves Japanese inspired Mexican food. Born from the love of two incredible cuisines with a deep history and rich flavors.
Bangkok B.A.R. will showcase Thailand’s fresh, authentic street food, utilizing traditional ingredients and techniques – expect curry rice bowls, pad thai and more. Check them out at this fall’s Mad. Sq. Eats pop-up market as well – open daily in Worth Square through October 7th.
Mayhem & Stout produces top quality foods rooted in fine dining techniques and executed in a comfortable, familiar and fuss-free way. Their slow-braised meats are fall-apart tender and in addition to their specialty sandwiches, they encourage their customers to customize their orders based on their favorite house-made sauces and add-ons.
Dough doughnuts are made in small batches throughout the day, so that everyone can experience that fresh, fluffy bite every time. From the European and Latin American desserts that inspired their dough, to their carefully sourced ingredients, Dough is devoted to the little details – boasting unique and unexpected flavor combinations that never fail to impress.
Amali Mou serves modern Greek fare inspired by the beachside restaurants and souvlazidikos throughout Santorini, Mykonos and the Cyclades. The restaurant’s seasonal menu features housemate Greek gyros and market salads, complemented by a list of over 20 Greek and Mediterranean wines available by the glass and bottle. Check them out at this fall’s Mad. Sq. Eats pop-up market as well – open daily in Worth Square through October 7th.
Since opening in Bushwick in 2008, Roberta’s has become a neighborhood institution, a culinary destination, and an incubator for progressive entrepreneurship. Their mozzarella is made fresh every morning, salami comes from American and Italian producers, and local, seasonal vegetables are used throughout the year. Check them out at this fall’s Mad. Sq. Eats pop-up market as well – open daily in Worth Square through October 7th.