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The biggest food hall in Brooklyn, Dekalb Market Hall is raising the borough's profile as a hub for innovative culinary dining experiences. Located downstairs at City Point, the 27,000-square-foot subterranean market is home to over 40 local and regional vendors offering a range of international cuisines. Dekalb Market Hall's extensive roster is thoughtfully curated with an emphasis on the ethnic diversity of New York City, and goal of supporting local eateries and promising culinary talent. With its pulsing energy, eclectic atmosphere, and underground vibe, DeKalb Market Hall has become, DeKalb Market Hall has become a destination for foodies to wine, dine and discover local dishes inspired by countries from all over the globe.
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"At 60,000 square feet, this Downtown Brooklyn operation is slated to be one of the largest food halls in the country, with its impressive roster of vendors—including none other than Lower East Side legend Katz’s Delicatessen stacking its signature deli sandwiches. Other names may look familiar: Ample Hills Creamery, Arepa Lady and Bunker all made the lineup. But also be on the lookout for purveyors debuting their first brick-and-mortar outposts, with poke at Wiki Wiki, bakery treats at Pop Cake Shop and Chinese street food at Jianbing. The massive space also hosts daily entertainment and programming, with a custom show kitchen and a stage for live concerts."
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