BATTERY PARK CITY — Tasty new food options are finally opening in Battery Park City.
The 35,000-square-foot space — home to 14 restaurants, including Los Angeles burger joint Umami Burger, Cambodian-inspired sandwich shop Num Pang and Beverly Hills-based Sprinkles Cupcakes — was initially slated for a late May opening, but construction setbacks delayed the launch, according to Brookfield.
Other eateries on tap for the food court include Dig Inn Seasonal Market; salad chain Chop't; Mexican taqueria Dos Toros; Little Muenster, known for "super fancy grilled cheese sandwiches"; and Long Island-based Skinny Pizza.
Hudson Eats is just one part of Brookfield's $250 million overhaul of its Vesey Street office complex. Directly below the food court, a European-style marketplace is slated to open in 2015, offering fresh meats, seafood, produce, coffee and desserts. There will also be two sit-down restaurants overlooking the Hudson River.
More than 40 new retail shops are also on the way to Brookfield in 2015.