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New York’s newest food hall is opening inside a Whole Foods

Written by
Abby Carney

As if a Whole Foods in Willamsburg wasn't exciting enough (for the past several years, Gowanus was the only Brooklyn location), the Bedford Avenue location will be home to New York's latest food hall, with eight distinct food venues within the store. Here’s where shoppers can soon enjoy a meal after a grocery haul, alongside the hot bar and salad bar every Whole Foods is known for:

Luke’s Lobster  
The crustacean crew's Luke's Lobster Cart will set up shop at the market to dole out their summer bucket list–worthy split, skewered and grilled lobster tails. 

OddFellows Ice Cream Co.
The beloved scoop shop will serve shoppers a rotating menu of seasonal and small-batch flavors from its signature ice-cream cart. 

East Coast Poke
Tap into the Hawaiian trend with fresh poke bowls made of sustainably sourced seafood. 

East Coast Poke

An all-natural take on the traditional Jewish delicatessen, this restaurant and taproom will serve deli staples (pastrami, corned beef) alongside exclusive Red Hook Winery draft wines and craft cocktails made with only New York State liquors. 

No. 7
Fort Greene’s Korean and Eastern European kitchen joins the market, bringing the inventive dishes (double-decker broccoli tacos, anyone?) that diners have enjoyed at the original location and Gowanus Whole Foods pop-up since they set up shop in 2008. 

This in-house yogurt bar will serve vegan and paleo parfaits using Anita's Coconut Yogurt and cruelty-free toppings.  

Aptly named, the Whole Foods staple is serving pies made with dough from New York’s Terranova Bakery and basil from Gotham Greens. Beyond pizza, find freshly baked Puccia sandwiches. 

Kikka Sushi
Get fresh, sustainable sushi at this grab-and-go vendor.  

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