When it comes to satisfying your hunger while in Williamsburg, North 3rd Street Market has you covered for breakfast, lunch, dinner and drinks. The food hall on 103 North 3rd Street in Brooklyn hosts over 20 eclectic eateries along with a handful of artisan shops to round out your dining experience.
Opening its doors in the spring of 2018, the location near the riverfront offers some renowned favorites as well as a list of newcomers. International eats include Baba’s Pierogies, authentic Greek skewers from Kalamaki, Japanese ramen bowls at Chuko and plant-based Mexican street food in JaJaJa. Tap serves up Brazilian bites, tapioca crepes and matcha, and Filipino cuisine is on the menu at Tita Baby’s.
Kosher fare is served as hot vegetarian hummus dishes from Vish, sausage sandwiches at Rockaway’s local Sausage Hero, and gluten-free macarons at Dana’s Bakery. For more dessert options, try breads and pastries created by three-time James Beard Award nominee Zachary Golper’s Bien Cuit Bakery or handmade Mexican ice cream at La Newyorkina.
Handcrafted pizza tastes like it comes straight from Italy – and many of the ingredients do – at Di Fara. Regina’s Grocery serves Italian sandwiches like Cousin Vinny’s prosciutto and mozzarella and Uncle Chubby’s hot soppressata on stirato bread. Chinese dumplings and bao are made from scratch daily at East Wind Snack Shop, and you can get sashimi and nigiri made to order or grab-and-go at GoFish Sushibox.
The list continues with health tonics, classic New England comfort food, locally roasted coffee and more. Visit North 3rd Street Market at 103 North 3rd, Brooklyn, NY from 7am to 10pm daily to enjoy your favorites and create some new ones. More info at www.north3rdstreetmarket.com