It was stop-and-go progress since that first announcement, with things picking up in 2015, when DeKalb’s developer City Point and Anna Castellani announced the first location of Katz's Delicatessen outside of the Lower East Side mothership. Vendors signed on in droves after that, including Bunker, Hard Times Sundaes, and Wilma Jean.
In addition to a potentially great food hall, the development also features a dine-in movie theater Alamo Drafthouse, a Target, and a yet-unopened Trader Joe’s.
Below, you’ll find some of the dishes you’ll be craving from the 40-plus vendors at the market. They include: Ample Hills, Andrew’s Classic Brooklyn Bagels, Arepa Lady, Belle Cheese, BK Jani, Bread & Spread, BK Juicer, Bunker, Bunsmith, Cafe D’Avignon, Craft and Carry, Cuzin’s Duzin, Daigo Hand Roll Bar, Dekalb Taco, Dulcinea, Eight Turn Crepe, Fletcher’s Barbecue, Foragers Butcher, Foragers Market, Foragers Rotisserie, Forcella, Fulton Landing Seafood Market, Fulton Landing Seafood, Guss’ Pickles, Hana Noodles, Hard Times Sundaes, Home Frite, Jianbing Company, Katz’s Deli, Kotti Berliner Doner Kebab, Likkle More, Lioni Heroes, Nobletree Coffee, Paella Shack, Pierogi Boys, Pop Cake Shop, Steve’s Authentic Key Lime Pies, Two Tablespoons, Wiki Wiki, and Wilma Jean.