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Brooklyn’s Largest Food Hall
Opens This Weekend

DeKalb Market Hall, Brooklyn’s largest food hall, is finally here. Easily the most anticipated project on New York’s food scene in 2017, DeKalb opens June 16 in the cellar of the massive City Point shopping complex in Downtown Brooklyn, joining Target, Century 21, the dine-in Alamo Drafthouse movie theater and, soon, Trader Joe’s.


Here’s What You’ll be Eating at
DeKalb Market Hall

All the vendors at Dekalb Market Hall: Ample Hills, Andrew’s Classic Brooklyn Bagels, Arepa Lady, Belle Cheese, BK Jani, Bread & Spread, BK Juicer, Bunker, Bunsmith, Cafe D’Avignon, Craft and Carry, Cuzin’s Duzin, Daigo Hand Roll Bar, Dekalb Taco, Dulcinea, Eight Turn Crepe, Fletcher’s Barbecue, Foragers Butcher, Foragers Market, Foragers Rotisserie, Forcella, Fulton Landing Seafood Market, Fulton Landing Seafood, Guss’ Pickles, Hana Noodles, Hard Times Sundaes, Home Frite, Jianbing Company, Katz’s Deli, Kotti Berliner Doner Kebab, Likkle More, Lioni Heroes, Nobletree Coffee, Paella Shack, Pierogi Boys, Pop Cake Shop, Steve’s Authentic Key Lime Pies, Two Tablespoons, Wiki Wiki, and Wilma Jean.


DMK Vendors give a sneak peek ahead of opening

Pain D'Avignon has made its mark on eateries across the city as a wholesale bakery based in Long Island City, but the bread maker has been dipping its toes in retail, too.

It opened its first retail location at the Essex Street Market, and five years ago expanded to the Plaza Food Hall, selling quiches, scones and croissants. With DeKalb Market Hall, it will be able to sell similar goods, as well as bake bread and pastries on the premises.


Everything you need to know about Brooklyn’s new DeKalb Market Hall

At 60,000 square feet, the Downtown Brooklyn operation is slated to be one of the largest food halls in the country and will comprise of 40 vendors, including a sibling location of none other than legendary Lower East Side deli, Katz's Delicatessen. Along with that pastrami-slicing powerhouse, the hall will feature grub from established purveyors, such as Pain D'Avignon, Colombian street-food favorite Arepa Lady, Vietnamese grub from the Bunker crew and bagels from Hard Times Sundaes founder Andrew Zurica, as well as up-and-comers like Chinese crepe stall Jianbing.


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Here’s What You’ll Be Eating at DeKalb Market Hall

In addition to a potentially great food hall, the development also features a dine-in movie theater Alamo Drafthouse, a Target, and a yet-unopened Trader Joe’s.

You’ll find some of the dishes you’ll be craving from the 40-plus vendors at the market. They include: Ample Hills, Andrew’s Classic Brooklyn Bagels, Arepa Lady, Belle Cheese, BK Jani, Bread & Spread, BK Juicer, Bunker, Bunsmith, Cafe D’Avignon, Craft and Carry, Cuzin’s Duzin, Daigo Hand Roll Bar, Dekalb Taco, Dulcinea, Eight Turn Crepe, Fletcher’s Barbecue, Foragers Butcher, Foragers Market, Foragers Rotisserie, Forcella, Fulton Landing Seafood Market, Fulton Landing Seafood, Guss’ Pickles, Hana Noodles, Hard Times Sundaes, Home Frite, Jianbing Company, Katz’s Deli, Kotti Berliner Doner Kebab, Likkle More, Lioni Heroes, Nobletree Coffee, Paella Shack, Pierogi Boys, Pop Cake Shop, Steve’s Authentic Key Lime Pies, Two Tablespoons, Wiki Wiki, and Wilma Jean.


DeKalb Market Hall Is Opening in Downtown Brooklyn

DeKalb Market Hall is among the city’s largest food halls. Brightened by neon signage, it is home to more than 40 entrepreneurs selling everything from pickles to pho in about 60,000 square feet of underground space in Downtown Brooklyn.