With more than 100 shops and restaurants, 4,000 private residences, an Equinox hotel and even a public school, the buzz around Hudson Yards has been steady since it first broke ground four years ago. Expect even more hype, now that the team behind the massive venture just announced a new line-up of eateries coming to the space.
The most attention-grabbing project is the Eataly-style Spanish food hall from James Beard Award–winning chef José Andrés, behind D.C.'s two-Michelin-starred Minibar. The 35,000-square-foot multi-concept space at 10 Hudson Yards will include a tapas bar and a Spanish market selling goods like jamón.
Other food options include an upscale American restaurant from Thomas Keller (Per Se), a Korean-American–inspired Momofuku addition from David Chang, a Greek seafood restaurant from chef Costas Spiliadis (Estiatorio Milos) and an American grill from chef Michael Lomonaco (Porter House). The restaurants are expected to open by late 2018.
Check out renderings of Hudson Yards, and its shops and restaurants below:
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