The High Line has no shortage of places to eat—the new Terroir porch, vendors along the entire length, pop-ups near the Northern entrance—but now it can add one more, Urbanspace Meatpacking, adjacent to the Standard Biergarten by the park's South entrance near Gansevoort Street.
Urban Space is the company that puts on the holiday markets from Columbus Circle to Union Square. It's also behind Dekalb Market in Brooklyn and Madison Square Eats, and Urbanspace Meatpacking looks a lot like them. There are food, clothes, and craft vendors, about 60 in all, including booths for Mexicue, Steve's Ice Cream, Asia Dog, and Arancini Brothers.
Check out the slideshow for a closer look at some of the food you can find at the market. Urbanspace Meatpacking will be open through October 28th, then re-open in early November to run through December 24th.
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