You can officially stop traveling to Flushing for the Asian food hall experience. Canal Street Market’s food hall is launching this week with a curated selection of twelve vendors at 265 Canal Street. (Okay, you should probably keep going to Flushing, as well).
Here is a look at what you’ll find.
Boba Guys: Cult favorite creator of boba milk teas.
Billy’s Bakery: Local bakery is serving its signature freshly-made cupcakes, bars and jars, including a Matcha Ice Box Jar, exclusive to Canal Street Market.
CSM Lab: Curated by Canal Street Market, “The Lab is serving up seasonally rotating fare by chefs and restaurants.” Petee’s Pies, makers of both savory pies and sweet pies, will be the first Lap guests.
Davey’s Ice Cream: East Village artisan creamery is serving flavors exclusive to Canal Street Market like: Matcha Green Tea, Black Sesame, Thai Tea, and Red Bean.
fresh&co: We’re all familiar with this ubiquitous lunch spot.
ilili Box: The Mediterranean street food concept inspired by chef Philippe Massoud’s Lebanese origins is serving a Pressed Halloumi Cheese Sandwich with nigella, tomatoes and mint exclusively at Canal Street Market, in addition to staples like the Lamb Shawarma and Phoenician Fries, according to the press release
Ippudo Kuro-Obi: The East Village ramen restaurant is serving “take-away” style dishes at Canal Street Market.
The Izakaya/Samurice: Another East Village-based eatery, but this one is collaborating with the Japanese-owned rice restaurant to offer authentic Japanese dishes. Exclusive dishes at Canal Street Market include, Fish Nan Ban, Izakaya Curry Rice, Drip Miso Soup and Drip Ochazuke.
Lulu: A new smoothie bar.
Nom Wah Kuai: A new off-shoot from Wilson Tang and Chef Jonathan Wu, (the team behind Nom Wah Tea Parlor, Nom Wah Nolita, and Fung Tu) with Chef Richard Kuo.
Oppa: Offering a modern spin on Korean BBQ and is exclusively serving a bulgogi steak sandwich at Canal Street Market along with bibimbop rice bowls, salad bowls, burrito, tacos, sides and dumpling soups.
Uma Temakeria: Serving New York City’s first sushi burrito made with 100% traceable, sustainably sourced seafood.