The alfresco, boutique-size Bowery Market debuted in July, a cluster of five cute food kiosks where an auto body shop once stood. Variously trimmed in corrugated metal and thatched roofs, the enclosed stalls offer a few stools and one corner table on the Bowery. Alidoro constructs massive, delicious, Italian-style sandwiches, The Butcher’s Daughter deals in health-minded juices and vegetable-focused fare. For great tacos, step up to Pulqueria’s window. Champion Coffee has innovative cortados, teas and baked goods. Then there’s Sushi on Jones, marking the much-anticipated return of David Bouhadana, formerly of Sushi Dojo. A 30-minute omakase (chef’s choice) is $50; there are just four stools, but as customers are not permitted to dawdle, the waits shouldn’t be too long.