Hudson Market, the only upscale food hall with a teen chef behind it, has just settled on a location in Chelsea. Said teen chef, the 19-year-old Greg Grossman, will helm a vegetarian restaurant in the new project, while the space will also include an organic grocery, a coffee bar, and a "carvery area." Owner Terence Park, who also owns Bread & Butter (a chain of high-end delis) tells the Post that his addition to the booming food hall scene will be modeled after "the aesthetic of European food halls."
Much like its northward competitor, Gotham West Market, Hudson Market is located in a new luxury condo building. In the past, Park has also said he plans to make the new place kind of like Gotham West, except "not as hip and trendy." Grossman, who also runs a catering company he started at the precocious age of 15 is in charge of menu development, and will be cooking there part-time. The market is slated to open on 10th Avenue this fall.
· Hudson Market Project Finds a Home in Chelsea [NYP]
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