A Spanish Eataly on its way to NYC

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Foodie fans in New York will soon be chomping at the bit for what’s heading their way. D.C.-based chef José Andrés and the distinguished Adrià brothers are bringing authentic Spanish cuisine to New York’s Hudson Yard complex as early as October 2018.

Food halls like the upcoming Spanish version of Eataly are not uncommon to New Yorkers. Popular city spots already include Chelsea Market and Battery Park’s Le District. Set to occupy 35,000 SF of indoor and outdoor space near a luxury hotel, shops, and residences, the new Midtown West gem will offer wine and cheese bars, a tortilla stand, tapas, and headliner Spanish cuisine restaurants. Chef Thomas Keller’s Mad Men-themed hot spot will be among these well-known chefs planning to open restaurants as well: Chefs David Chang, Costa Spiliadis, and Michael Lomonaco. Read more here.

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