The ground floor of a beautiful art deco tower in Midtown has been revitalized as a food hall with 16 NYC-based vendors. 570 Lexington Avenue was originally built for pioneering record label RCA Victor, and its architecture makes it worth pausing to look up before entering. The food choices include Taïm falafel, Taiwanese street food from Bao by Kaya, fried chicken sandwiches from Bobwhite and curries from Inday. Top Hops runs a beer bar at the center. There’s extra seating upstairs.