WEST VILLAGE — Gourmet grocer Brooklyn Fare is opening a third market, in the West Village.
The new store is set to open this spring at 666 Greenwich St., a 10-story building known as the Archive.
This is the second Manhattan outpost for Brooklyn Fare, which opened a Hell’s Kitchen location in 2013.
The West Village market won’t include a restaurant, unlike the Downtown Brooklyn and Hell’s Kitchen locations, according to a spokesperson for Brooklyn Fare.
The Chef’s Table restaurant, which opened with with the Schermerhorn Street location in 2009, was the first restaurant in the city outside of Manhattan to win three Michelin stars, sparking weekslong waits for a reservation for Chef Cesar Ramirez’s $225, 20-plus course tasting menu.
The new West Village location will operate out of 14,000 square feet of space in the mixed-use building owned by Rockrose Development Corp., which also includes 479 residential units.
“We couldn’t be more excited to help assist Brooklyn Fare with its expansion plans into the historic West Village,” said Ryan Condren of CPEX real estate in a statement.
“The Archive, distinguished by the striking red brick of its Romanesque, Revival-style exterior, was the perfect, iconic building for Brooklyn Fare to operate out of and provide its services for the local community.”