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A Spotlight on UrbanSpace Garment District’s Newest Vendors

Cuisine: | Featured in Al Fresco Dining, Best Of, Food Markets, Restaurant

If there’s a neighborhood in NYC that still needs help where food’s concerned, it would be Midtown’s chain-saturated Garment District. So let’s all rejoice over the return of UrbanSpace’s seasonal, area market, as well as the addition of awesome new vendors to the crew of established regulars, including Emmett’s & their deep dish Chicago pizzas…

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What to Eat at UrbanSpace: Garment District

Cuisine: | Featured in Food Markets

Mad. Sq. Eats isn’t the only major market run by UrbanSpace — they’ve opened another vendor paradise in the fast food franchise engulfed Garment District, and it too is back for the spring-summer season. So we’ve done our faithful readers a solid by tasting through this year’s expansive offerings, and spotlighting a handful of stands who’s dishes really stood out from the rest!

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231 W. 40th St., between Eighth & Broadway. (212) 354-2130 Dinner, Mon.-Sun., 5 p.m.-11 p.m.; lunch, Mon.-Fri., 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m. CUISINE: Traditional Japanese robatayaki. VIBE: Dinner theater. DON’T-MISS DISH: Chicken thigh skewers, Kaku Ni simmered Berkshire pork belly, Kinki deep-sea snapper, ginkgo nuts. AVERAGE PRICES: ­Appetizers, $10; entrees, $20; desserts, $5. RESERVATIONS: ­Recommended for the ­robata counter. About four years ago, I ate at Inakaya in Tokyo. The locals said I shouldn’t miss it. They warned me it’s touristy. Guess what? It is. And the food’s excellent. Now New York‘s got its own ­Inakaya, and the food is just as good. This one’s scaled to New York, so it’s triple the size of the Tokyo flagship, and so is the menu. It’s right across from the Port Authority at the edge of Times Square, in the Olive Garden–Red Lobster–Applebee’s...

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