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Broadway Bites Opens in Greeley Square

The pop-up culinary market Broadway Bites by UrbanSpace opens on June 3. 28 eclectic vendors, including Roberta's, Red Hook Lobster Pound and Bar Suzette, join the summer 2014 lineup.

Erin Kestenbaum

Greeley Square will become the epicenter of eating in the 34th Street District next week, as Broadway Bites opens on Tuesday, June 3. Presented by 34th Street Partnership and produced by UrbanSpace, Broadway Bites brings many of the city’s finest artisans to one location for a two-month run.

This pop-up culinary market first came to Greeley Square last fall and was such a hit, we had to bring it back for 2014. Once more, we have an eclectic selection of vendors, ensuring that there’ll be something for every taste.

The line-up includes 26 booths and two carts. Returning veterans include Roberta’sRed Hook Lobster Pound, Bar Suzette, La Sonrisa Empanadas, Macaron ParlourMayhem & Stout, Mighty Balls, Chutney, AsiadogNunu Beers & Scoops, Bangkok Bar, Stuffed Artisan Cannolis, Arancini Bros, Charlito’s Cocina, Mimi & Coco NYSeoul Lee Korean BBQMexicueMrs. Dorsey’s Kitchen, Jicama: California Street Food, Mason Jar NYC, Two Tablespoons, Momofuku Milk Bar and mmm enfes.

We also welcome newcomers Brooklyn Taco, Gelato Ti AmoLa Newyorkina, Melt Bakery, Palenque, Graffiti / Me & YouCARNAVAL, Hong Kong Street CartOnigiri by Tampopo and Breads Bakery.

Broadway Bites is open daily at Greeley Square, 11:00am-9:00pm, June 3 through August 1. Share your Broadway Bites experience on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook with the hashtag #BwyBites.

Broadway Bites will return in the fall for another culinary season.

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