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In Brooklyn, a New Food Hall With Breathtaking Views

Time Out Market New York, from the publishers of the magazine, features 21 vendors in a two-story space in Dumbo.

By Florence Fabricant

The layout of the two-story Time Out Market New York, opening Friday, may be typical — aisles lined with vendors making and serving their specialties, areas for communal tables — but the details set it apart. Seats are leather. Your food comes on chinaware, with metal utensils. Drinks from three bars are poured into glasses, and there is staff to clear the tables. “We also offer a cultural aspect,” said Didier Souillat, the chief executive of what is now a group of three markets owned by the Time Out Group in London. “There’s a stage and an exhibition space.” It’s worth noting that the riverfront views, especially from outdoor tables and the upper floor, can’t be beat. The 21 participating food companies and restaurants, selected by the editors of Time Out New York, include Clinton Street Baking Company, Jacob’s Pickles, Breads Bakery, Felice Pasta Bar, Mr. Taka ramen, David Burke Tavern, Center Cut for kosher meat and vegetarian fare from the chef Ivy Stark at Bklyn Wild.

Time Out Market New York, 55 Water Street (Main Street), Dumbo, Brooklyn,

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Florence Fabricant is a food and wine writer. She writes the weekly Front Burner and Off the Menu columns, as well as the Pairings column, which appears alongside the monthly wine reviews. She has also written 12 cookbooks. 

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