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Urbanspace Outdoor Food Pop-Ups Start This Month With New Vendors

Ice & Vice, Beatrice Inn, and more

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The warm weather food hall pop-ups of Urbanspace return this month, with new vendors like Ice and Vice, Beatrice Inn, and Emmet's Deep Dish Pizza joining the lineup this year. Urbanspace, which also runs the brick-and-mortar Vanderbilt food hall, has been bringing the food pop-ups to the city for years now, each time with a outdoor version of a mini-food hall. The first spring one, Madison Square Eats in Flatiron by the park, starts on April 30. Urbanspace Garment District's pop-up, between 39th Street and 41st Street on Broadway, starts May 16. And Broadway Bites, at Greeley Square on 34th Street, will start on June 3 . Check out the full list of vendors below, with descriptions of the newcomers.

Mad. Sq. Eats

April 30 to May 27; 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily, Worth Square on Fifth Avenue between 25th and 26th Streets

Gotham Poke: The team behind Japanese taco stand Takumi Taco have gotten into the poke game, bowls of raw, marinated fish over a bowl of rice or salad that originated in Hawaii.

Ice & Vice with Squish: Ice cream vendor Ice & Vice, which has a brick-and-mortar shop in the Lower East Side, offers flavors like Milk Money (toasted milk, sea salt, chocolate ganache) and Tea Dance (Nilgiri tea leaf, lemon charcoal, salted caramel). It's collaborating with Squish, a small batch marshmallow company.

Beatrice Burger: Chef Angie Mar's West Village restaurant Beatrice Inn will be at the market with just its burger. Eater resident carnivore Nick Solares has called it his new favorite upscale burger.

Chin-Gu Korean Ramen and BBQ: The new vendor will be serving Korean food "with a twist," including Bibimbap, Korean double fried chicken, and oxtail ramen.

Ono Hut by AsiaDog: Chef Steve Porto's will be cooking up chicken patties and Arabiki sausages at the market, a concept that will bring in aspects of popular Asian hot dog vendor AsiaDog and add Hawaiian flavors.

Inday: Healthy bowls, inspired by Indian flavors

MeltKraft: This grilled cheese vendors is run by a dairy farmer who brings in cheese from a local farm.

Masa: The Jicama California Street food team will be running a tamale stand, including gluten-free and vegetarian options

Palenque: This Colombian food vendor serves quinoa and multigrain arepas

Returning vendors: Red Hook Lobster Pound, Roberta's, La Sonrisa empanadas, Macaron Parlour, Mayhem & Stout, Two Tablespoons, The Truffliest, The Cannibal Beer & Butcher, Calexico, Ilili Box, Hong Kong Street Cart, Hill Country BBQ, Paella Shack by Barraca, Melt Bakery, Bangkok B.A.R., Nunu Chocolates, Arancini Bros

Broadway Bites

June 3 to July 17; 11:00 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily

The Cannibal Dogs: A new concept for the Cannibal team serving various hot dog options.

Chingu Korean Ramen and BBQ: Bibimbap and Korean fried chicken, plus ramen options like oxtail and mandoo ramen.

Dundu: Proteins like fried chicken, goat meat, and seared beef with West African flavors.

Mr. Bing: Traditional Beijing street crepes with options like pulled pork, bacon cheese, and Nutella.

Calexico: The famous Mexican-American food truck serves tacos, burritos, quesadillas, and more.

Delicatessen Taco: An offshoot of Macondo (previously known as Taco Bono), serving tacos with house-smoked meats and a Michelada bar.

Kaya: Taiwanese style street food like pork belly bao, peking duck bao, and red curry chicken bao.

Takumi Taco: Japanese inspired Mexican food like spicy tuna tacos, yuzu guacamole, and Sapporo-braised short rib.

Casa Toscana: Formerly Gelato Ti Amo, this stand will serve coffee, pastries, gelato, and more.

Returning vendors: Red Hook Lobster Pound, Gumbo Bros, Doughnuttery, Macaron Parlour, Domo Taco, Bolivian Llama Party, Two Tablespoons, MMM Enfes Turkish Food, Arancini Bros., Barilla, Palenque Colombian, Jicama, Cheesesteaks by the Truffleist, Zha Roasted Meats, Paella Shack, Renegade Lemonade, Bar Suzette, Melt Bakery, Hai Street

Urbanspace Garment District

May 16 to June 24; 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. daily

Casa Toscana: Formerly Gelato Ti Amo, this stand will serve coffee, pastries, gelato, and more.

Hai Street Kitchen & Co: Handheld sushi burritos.

Emmett's: A Chicago Native, founder Emmett Burke is serving Second City favorites like deep dish pizza an Italian beef sandwiches.

Masa: A tamale stand serving a variety of options, including gluten-free, vegetarian, and vegan.

Delicatessen Taco: An offshoot of Macondo (previously known as Taco Bono), serving tacos with house-smoked meats and a Michelada bar.

Returning vendors: Paella Shack, Red Hook Lobster Pound, MMM Enfes Turkish Food, Jicama "California Street Food," Bangkok Bar, La Sonrisa Empanadas, Black Iron Burger, Melt Bakery, Bijoux Macarons, Frida's Favorites, Domo Taco

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