Hudson Yards Food Hall | Mercado Little Spain

New York, NY | Photography © Alex Staniloff

COMPLETION DATE
March 2019
SIZE & CAPACITIES
35,000 SF Food Hall
6,669 SF Kitchen & BOH
660 Seats
ARCHITECT
Rockwell Group | New York, NY
CULINARY TEAM/CHEF
Chef Jose Andres | ThinkFoodGroup
INTERIOR DESIGNER
Capella Garcia | Barcelona, Spain
STRUCTURAL ENGINEER
Thornton Tomasetti | Denver, CO
OWNER/LANDLORD/OPERATOR
The Related Companies, L.P.
Oxford Properties
New York, NY
CORE & SHELL ARCHITECT
KPF | New York, NY
CORE & SHELL MEP ENGINEER
JB&B | New York, NY
CORE & SHELL
CONSTRUCTION MANAGER
Tutor Perini Building Corp
Los Angeles, CA
VERTICAL TRANSPORTATION
Jenkins & Huntington
Huntington, WV

The food hall at Hudson Yards, now Mercado Little Spain, was the collective brainchild of three influential Spanish chefs. José Andrés, with the help of the Adrià brothers Ferran and Albert, have created a uniquely contemporary version of a traditional Spanish food market. Carefully curated menus with ingredients sourced from all regions of Spain await market-goers. Offerings include authentic paellas, cocas, bikinis, jamon, gazpacho, patatas bravas, churros and more at three full-service restaurants, three bars and fifteen food platforms.

Mercado Little Spain is an un-paralleled food hall offering New Yorkers and tourists alike a remarkable dining destination showcasing the culture and cuisine of España.

PUBLICATIONS

The New York Times, Hudson Yards Welcomes the Chefs, March 5, 2019.

Eater New York, A Look Inside Mercado Little Spain, the Colossal José Andrés Hudson Yards Food Hall, March 14, 2019.

We Heart, Gastronomic royalty collaborate at New York's Mercado Little Spain, a vast culinary carnival offering an authentic Iberian experience..., April 29, 2019.

Food & Beverage, Chefs Jose Andreas & Albert Adria’s Grand Opening of Mercado Little Spain in NY, 2019 

Fast Company, How José Andrés is Creating a Spanish Food Mecca in New York's newest neighborhood, March 14, 2019.