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Anthony Bourdain To Open Huge N.Y. City Market In Two Years

September 28, 2015: 12:00 AM EST
Chef, author and culinary traveler Anthony Bourdain has confirmed plans to open a food market in 2017 in the meatpacking district of New York City. He and his partners have subleased the main concourse and mezzanine of Pier 57 on the Hudson River. The market will feature a steaming noodle stall, a farmers’ market, and a mezzanine packed with food stations and bars. “Think of an Asian night market,” he said. “Eating and drinking at midnight.” The Bourdain market, set to open in two years, will house about 100 global retail and wholesale food vendors, including fishmongers, butchers, bakers and other artisans, and a full-service restaurant. Bourdain has signed deals with Geylang Claypot Rice of Singapore and Sabina Bandera, owner of the Ensenada, Mexico-based seafood restaurant La Guerrerense.
Florence Fabricant, "Anthony Bourdain’s Food Market Takes Shape", The New York Times, September 28, 2015, © The New York Times Company
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