The Need for Feed: The Next Wave of Food Halls Reaches SI and the Bronx
Has New York finally achieved food hall saturation?
Think about it: In 2010, when Eataly opened in the Flatiron District, it was a phenomenon. It was an Italian market, a rooftop bar, a counter for a casual pizza, a place to have a gourmet dinner and a gelato bar for dessert—all under the same roof. There wasn’t much else like it in New York.