Great tapas restaurant - we will come back to try more dishes on the menu. Everything we had was tasty with the sardine dish being our favorite. The garlic potato (Patatas Aioli) also exceeded our expectation.
The restaurant has a second floor with floor to ceiling windows with a nicer ambience in our opinion.
Live flamenco dance every Thu and Sat at 730pm and 930pm.
An outdoor farmers’ market with freshly harvested fruits, vegetables, flowers, and home-made pastries.
Favorite stall in Dekalb Market Hall - Wiki Wiki. Everything on the menu is solid.
One of our favorite food courts in New York (and Lisbon). Most food options are on the ground floor but not many people know there is a more spacious area upstairs with an outdoor terrace.
Get food from downstairs and then take it up to 5th Floor to enjoy. You get a great lower Manhattan view if you can snatch up a table by the windows. They have live performance from time to time too!
Pleasantly surprised by this place. It’s composed of multiple buildings mixed with outdoor space. It combines retail, dining, art and entertainment into one complex - a great weekend hangout spot for families.
The food areas can get crowded but there are tons of spacious open lounge areas throughout the complex. The is very unusual for New York where space is always tight.
A whole area dedicated to Japanese food and culture. There is a Sunrise Market for grocery shopping too. If you still have room in your stomach after visiting all the food stalls, try some deserts from the pastry shop, Cafe Japon!