FORT GREENE — Another food hall is making its way to Brooklyn.
A second outpost of Hell's Kitchen's Gotham West Market will be opening in a new luxury tower at 250 Ashland Place this fall.
The 16,000-square-foot food hall, Gotham Market at The Ashland, will serve up goodies from seven permanent food and drink vendors and will include a pop-up spot for local chefs and restaurants to use throughout the year.
The market will feature the second location of Long Island City darling Mu Ramen, which will anchor the food hall with Japanese creations by chef Joshua Smookler.
Dinosaur Bar-B-Que founder John Stage will bring wood-fired pizza and rotisserie chicken to the market with Apizza Regionale and Flip Bird, respectively. He’ll also be running a third operation at the market that has yet to be named.
Midtown’s Mason Jar will feature its Southern-style beer, bourbon and barbecue with its first Brooklyn location at the food hall.
And an as-of-yet unnamed communal bar will serve draft beer, wine and cocktails at the center of the market.
Gotham Market will sit just blocks from the Brooklyn Academy of Music, the Barclays Center and the Atlantic Terminal transit hub.