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Epicerie Boulud Is Bringing Its Pâté Sandwiches to WTC's Oculus, Along with Countless Others

The World Trade Center complex will be home to an enormous food mall.

Eataly tests out its signage at the WTC
Eataly tests out its signage at the WTC

Epicerie Boulud has finally settled on a space downtown, in the new World Trade Center complex, reports the Post. The provisions shop, which sells pâté, cured meats, cheeses, sandwiches, and coffee, mostly as grab-and-go options, has been eyeing a FiDi location for nearly a year. Now Daniel Boulud's team confirms that it will move into a 2,000 square food balcony space in the Oculus — a public space larger than the main room at Grand Central, situated in the WTC's transportation hub. This will be the third Epicerie Boulud in New York, next to the original Upper West Side location and the brand new one in the Plaza Hotel.

Other incoming vendors include Fika, Nunu Chocolates, La Colombe, Joe, Pret a Manger, Treat House, and Beer Table. Nearby, Eataly is settling into the space, taking up an entire floor of 4 WTC, but won't open for another year.

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