This food hall in Hudson Yards is like a Spanish version of Eataly, with a bunch of different grab-and-go tapas kiosks specializing in things like empanadas, flatbreads, and cured meats. There are also a couple bars where you can sit and try various types of dry sherry with snacks like liquid olives (which look like olives but taste like a mix of olive juice and olive oil). Two of the best restaurants in the development, Mar and Lena, are also located here, so this is where you should plan to do most of your eating in Hudson Yards.
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Peach Mart is a convenience store inside the mall at Hudson Yards where you can pick up some kimbap or a katsu sandwich for a quick lunch.
Milos Wine Bar
Milos Wine Bar is a casual, all-day spot in Hudson Yards that’s a good place to get an affordable glass of Greek wine.
Wild Ink is an expensive, sceney spot in Hudson Yards that serves inventive Asian-inspired food.
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Spain is a bar and restaurant in the West Village where 80-year-old Spanish bartenders in red jackets serve you free tapas as long as you buy drinks.
At Socarrat Nolita, the only way you are having a comfortable meal sitting at the massive communal table is if you have the body frame of Beaker from The Muppets. Bring a bigger group so you can sit at a real table and enjoy your delicious paella in peace.
Babs is a nice restaurant in Greenwich Village that serves excellent Basque food, but it’s not perfect for everyone.
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Gato, Bobby Flay’s Mediterranean spot in Noho, isn’t quite as good as it was when it opened, but it’s still a useful option in certain situations.
Urbanspace Vanderbilt is a food hall on Park Avenue in Midtown East with a bunch of options for a quick lunch.
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