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Gansevoort Market to open WTC food hall

Gansevoort Market Food Hall will open a second location in New York City at the Westfield World Trade Center Shops at the Oculus this fall.

Like the original Gansevoort Market located in Chelsea, the modern food hall will be a contemporary food and entertainment venue featuring a full‐service bar, a variety of cuisine and special events such as live music and Karaoke. 

“Adding another iconic New York City establishment to Westfield World Trade Center is really special,” said Danielle Hascoe, general manager, Unibail‐Rodamco‐Westfield. “The Gansevoort Market Food Hall will expand the wide variety of cuisines, grab‐and‐go, and seated dining that is currently available for commuters, tourists, and working professionals alike. We continue to focus on making sure our guests’ interests, needs and conveniences are catered to with a full range of dining experiences.” 

Vendors in the Food Hall will include burger joint Bar; Eat Well Mediterranean eatery;  Have An Ice Day, bubble tea and ice cream; K‐Pop Haus, Korean BBQ; Los Panchos Taqueria; LULU poke and bibimbap; Makito sushi and ramen; Pink Butter cookies; Patsy’s Pizzeria; Tama Japanese rice bowls; The Fryers, fish and chips; Cevichelsea ceviche bowls and; Wing Club  Korean wings.

“It’s exciting to help bring Gansevoort Market Food Hall to the Westfield World Trade Center Shops at the Oculus,” said David Yablon of Katz & Associates, who executed the lease on behalf of Gansevoort Market Food Hal along with Michael Appell of Appell Associates.

“With options to eat in or take out many different and delicious types of cuisine, it will be an asset to the Center for neighborhood residents and employees, and visitors to the area.”

The new food hall will replace Market Lane which closed late last year, and gives Westfield and opportunity to tap a client base that normally includes 120 million commuters, office workers, residents and tourists annually.

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