New Yorkers, rejoice—yet another massive food hall is gracing your city. This project, yet to be named, is the “Spanish Version of Eataly,” complete with wine and cheese bars, a tortilla stand, and of course, endless tapas. Thanks to D.C.-based chef José Andrés and the Adrià brothers—the chefs behind El Bulli’s famed molecular gastronomy—you’ll be able to feast on authentic Spanish cuisine as early as October 2018.
The foodie paradise will occupy 35,000 square feet of indoor/outdoor space within the larger Hudson Yard complex, located in midtown west. In addition to “Spanish Eataly,” Hudson Yard will also feature 4,000 residences, a luxury hotel, shops (including the flagship Neiman Marcus in NYC) and a public schoolyard. Chefs David Chang (Momofuku), Costa Spiliadis (Estiatorio Milos), and Michael Lomonaco (Porter House Bar and Grill) are also slated to open restaurants.