New York City features hundreds of restaurants - and also food halls. Some of them are a chance to explore the world without leaving the city.
Probably the most famous themed food market in the world, Eataly has two locations in NYC, featuring table service restaurants, cafes, gelatos, and a marketplace with Italian products and fresh pasta.
Unique dining destination to celebrate Spanish food. You can have a meal or a quick bite. A lot of options from the Spanish cuisine, featuring restaurants, kiosks and imported products from Spain.
Located in Industry City, Brooklyn, Japan Village highlights and celebrates Japanese culinary with restaurants and a huge grocery store.
A sprawling culinary marketplace complete with grocery markets, 6 full service new restaurants, 6 quick service counters, 4 bars, retail and private dining. All carefully curated by Jean-Georges to create an immersive and expansive culinary experience.