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Food Hall Opens in Canal Street Market

 Canal Street Market's Food Hall opened May 15.
Canal Street Market's Food Hall opened May 15.
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Maggie Shannon

MANHATTAN — The Canal Street Market has unveiled a new food hall where a dozen vendors will sell their edible goods inside the sprawling indoor space.

Beloved local culinary destinations such as Davey's Ice Cream as well as a handful of new ventures now have stations at the indoor market between Broadway and Lafayette Street, where shoppers perusing the 12,000 square feet of vendors can enjoy a bite to eat at a standing room-only dining area.

The market first opened its doors in December when it began hosting arts, apparel, jewelry and interior decor vendors. 

The market now includes the "CSM Lab," which will host restaurants on a rotating basis — first up is Lower East Side favorite Petee's Pie Company. The lab will also invite chefs to launch new concepts in the temporary space.

Below is a full list of the other food vendors now open at the Canal Street Market:

► Boba Guys: Boba milk tea mainstay serving up a Coconut Green Tea and Strawberry Matcha Latte.

 Billy's Bakery: Bakery serving cakes, cookies and pies out of several city locations.

► Davey's Ice Cream: East Village ice cream shop known for unique flavors such as Matcha Green Tea, Black Sesame and Red Bean.

► Fresh&Co: Citywide chain serving salads, grain bowls and vegan options.

► ilili Box: Mediterranean street food shop serving a Pressed Halloumi Cheese Sandwich with nigella, mint and tomatoes.

► Ippudo Kuro-Obi: The East Village ramen joint will serve takeaway dishes at the new market location, including Aka-Obi chicken ramen with Zuzotto noodles and spicy miso paste and Kuro-Obi chicken ramen with garlic oil and umami miso paste.

► The Izakaya/Samurice: This collaboration between East Village eatery Izakaya and Japanese rice restaurant Samurice will boast a menu including Fish Nan Ban, Izakaya Curry Rice and Drip Miso Soup.

► Lulu: New smoothie bar debuting at the market sourcing ingredients from local farmers.

► Nom Wah Kuai: New venture from the team behind Chinatown's Nom Wah Tea Parlor that will serve dumplings and rice bowls. 

► Oppa: Korean barbecue joint also serving its bibimbop rice bowls and dumpling soups out of the Gansevoort Market on West 14th Street.

► Uma Temakeria: Home of New York City's premiere sushi burrito.