The Anthony Bourdain Food Market Will Host 100 International Vendors

By: Charlotte Joyce Kidd - Sep 29, 2015
References: nytimes & grubstreet
The much-anticipated Anthony Bourdain food market in New York City will host 100 vendors over 150,000 square feet, and include a restaurant that Bourdain himself would be excited to eat at.

The project will bring together vendors from all over the world; among those already announced are an Australian butcher, a Singaporean claypot restaurant and a Mexican tostada food cart. The Anthony Bourdain food market will make visitors feel like they're in one of his acclaimed travel cuisine shows. Adventurous foodies will have limitless eating and shopping options to explore in a bustling, vibrant market space. Upstairs overlooking the market will be a sit-down restaurant, although Bourdain has not yet announced his pick for chef.

The Anthony Bourdain food market will offer the experience that the modern foodie desires: incorporating dining out and grocery shopping in an experiential environment, where the process of purchasing food is an adventure and event unto itself.