Your guide to kid-friendly dishes at Time Out Market New York

Visiting our new waterfront destination with pint-sized foodies? Here are the vendors you need to hit!

Photography: Nitzan Rubin
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If you only have a New York minute to spare, let Time Out help you discover the best of the city. We promise it's easier than ever. May 31 at 8am marks the grand opening of Time Out Market New York, where hungry visitors—big and lil'—can indulge in the city's tastiest dishes in one location. 

"Our Time Out editors have carefully selected the city’s most outstanding chefs, mixologists and local talent and now we bring this curated mix together in one unique space,” says Time Out Market CEO Didier Souillat.

The 21,000 square-foot-eatery and cultural center lies in the heart of Dumbo at 55 Water St, amidst the Brooklyn waterfront. If you're traveling with your tiny foodies in tow, here's a guide to kid-approved dishes from a handful of our vendors. From hearty breakfast dishes at Clinton St. Baking Co to a margherita pizza at Juliana's and mac and cheese from Jacob's Pickles, we've got you covered. 

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Kid-friendly dishes at Time Out Market New York

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Avocaderia

Chill Out ($7.95) 

*ask for no chili oil, flake or black pepper

Multigrain bread, avocado mash, chili oil, lime citronette, chili flakes, hemp seeds, black pepper, lime wedge 

Guac & Chips ($7.95)

Avocado mash, pico de gallo, cilantro, lime served with tortilla chips

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Clinton St Baking Company & Restaurant

Country Breakfast ($16) 

Two cage-free eggs any style, maple cured ham, hash browns and a buttermilk biscuit 

Pancakes with Warm Maple Butter ($15)

Wild Maine blueberry, banana walnut or chocolate chunk

Buttermilk Waffle ($16) 

Crispy vanilla Belgian waffle, seasonal toppings, warm maple butter 

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Photograph: Courtesy Noah Fecks

Juliana's Pizza

Meatballs ($14) 

Housemade meatballs with tomato sauce 

Margherita Pizza ($12–$20) 

Tomato, mozzarella and basil 

White Pizza ($11–$19)

Mozzarella and garlic 

 

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Ice & Vice Craft Ice Cream

Sampler Sets ($12)

Five mini scoops of different flavors 

After School Sandwich ($6) 

Malted vanilla ice cream, Mexican chocolate brownies

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DŌ Cookie Dough Confections

Cookie Dough Scoops ($5–$8)

Chocolate chip, cake batter, sugar cookie, brookie dough, snickerdoodle 

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Breads Bakery

Chocolate Chip Cookies ($3.75) 

Chocolate Babka ($14.95) 

Pizza Bagel ($12)

Matbucha tomato sauce, gouda and black olives. Served with house marinated olives. 

Strudel ($18)

Apple, poppy and seasonal flavors 

Cheese Straw Bites ($11)

25 pieces served with two dips 

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Felice Pasta Bar

Spaghetti al Pomodoro e Basilico ($15) 

Slow-cooked San Marzano tomatos, basil 

Maccheroni Cacio e Pepe ($16) 

Pecorino Romano, Parmigano-Reggiano, butter, freshly ground black pepper

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Pat LaFrieda Meat Purveyors

Sliders ($12) 

LaFrieda blend mini burgers, American cheese, pickles 

The World's Greatest Hot Dog ($7) 

Caramelized onions, sweet and spicy peppers (or get without), honey mustard (not too spicy)

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Jacob's Pickles

Jacob's Handmade Pickles ($4–$15) 

Fried Pickles ($10) 

Jacob's Famous Mac & Cheese ($12) 

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Mr. Taka Ramen

Yuzu Salt Edamame ($6) 

Steamed whole edamame and yuzu salt 

Fried Pork Gyoza ($8) 

Fried dumplings filled with ground pork, cabbage and chives 

Tonkotsu Ramen ($15) 

Pork broth, thin noodles, sliced pork belly, scallion, bean sprouts, kikurage mushrooms, shredded red ginger, sesame seeds, black fried garlic oil

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Photograph: Courtesy Noah Fecks

Little Ada

Classic Hummus ($10) 

Pita and hummus (hummus, tahini schug or sweet potato, creme fraiche, smoked paprika)

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