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Time in it!
Hungry Brooklynites in search of food in Dumbo are in luck, as the famous Time Out Market will reopen on May 27 after a pandemic hiatus of nearly six months – offering a range of nearly a dozen restaurants in its area. Water Street warehouse.
“The award-winning chefs, restaurateurs and cultural luminaries of Time Out Market New York bring the heart, creativity and flavor of the city together under one roof,” said Time Out Marketing Director Sumindi Peiris in an announcement by Monday. “We seek to provide our customers, who value social activities and entertainment more, an engaging experience to continue their culinary journeys.”
The market, operated by its namesake UK magazine Time Out, will launch just before Memorial Day weekend with 11 restaurants handpicked by the publication’s editorial staff.
The selection includes newcomers like Manhattan ice cream vendors Sugar Hill Creamery, Brooklyn Fornino artisan pizzeria, Thai hawker Wayla, and stacked sandwiches from Tiki Chick.
Returning dining options mainly include Far Island restaurant outposts such as Indian restaurant Chote Miya, Southern-style comfort food Jacob’s Pickles, Clinton St. Baking Company bistro brunch, and Felice Pasta Bar. .
Mr. Taka, a Ramen restaurant in the Big Apple, will open sometime this summer, according to the Market.
Slate represents just over half of the 21 restaurants offered by Time Out when it opened in the old industrial building between Dock and Main streets in 2019.
Time Out Market closed in December amid a decline in business due to COVID-19 concerns and government health restrictions, but announced his return earlier this month, after Gov. Andrew Cuomo said bars and restaurants could open at full capacity starting May 19.
This time around, the Waterfront Empire will also feature live entertainment for diners, such as alternative country singer Queen Esther, performances by the Coney Island USA Theater Troupe, or a celebration of Brooklyn beers in its Love Local Brews Bar.
Visitors can sample their food indoors or outdoors with great river views on the space’s rooftop terrace or on outdoor seating next to Brooklyn Bridge Park.
Time Out Market [55 Water St., between Main and Dock streets in Dumbo, www.timeoutmarket.com/newyork/, 917-810-4855]. Opening Thursday May 27. Hours of operation are Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday from 11 am to 10 pm; Friday and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The Clinton St. Baking Company is open Wednesday through Friday 9 am to 3 pm; Saturday and Sunday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.