The Bowery Market

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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.

348 Bowery
New York, NY 10012


Cuisine
American (New)
Miscellaneous
Kid Friendly
Outdoor Seating

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