Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Harborside Offers New Pop-Up Restaurants

After recently closing their main cafeteria and Henry's on the Hudson, Mack-Cali's Harborside Plaza has been hard at work bringing in several new pop-up restaurants.They're trying to offer a variety of options as they do renovations to bring in more permanent vendors and have managed to create one of the most interesting lunchtime scenes around.


Along with current tenants Whealth Cafe, Lizzmonade, Modcup, and Tidal Poke Co., Harborside now has several food stands with well known vendors from throughout New York including:
Delaney BBQ - A familiar sight from the annual Hamilton Park BBQ Festival, Delaney Barbecue comes from Brooklyn and offers Central Texas style BBQ classics.
Kimchi Grill - Also from Brooklyn, Kimchi Grill is an offshoot of the well-known Kimchi Taco Truck and offers Korean BBQ including tacos, rice bowls, soups and more.
Enfes -  a frequent pop-up at festivals and food halls around NYC, Enfes offers hand-rolled Mediterranean-inspired specialties inspired by Turkish gozleme (specialty stuffed flatbread).
Boil Boil Ramen -  a ramen shop orginally based out of Queens and now Brooklyn, Boil Boil offers a quality take on ramen with all broths simmered for over 12 hours
La Sonrisa Empanadas - with pop-ups throughout the city, La Sonrisa is known for their empanadas, made with unique and creative fillings. They'll also be offering a small selection of sandwiches.

The stands could be open as soon as today, 2/7 or possibly tomorrow 2/8, after the weekend was spent getting them in place. While all the stands are take-out only, there is a large seating area right next to them and more seating throughout Harborside. 


All the menus to each of the locations are posted on Harborside's website, but at first glance, there appears to be a lot to explore with vegetarian and vegan options and most prices seem to fall in the $12 and under category. 

Stay tuned for more information.

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