Organic Butcher Opening First NYC Restaurant in Hudson Yards

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A string of new eateries will bow in Related Companies and Oxford Properties Group’s Hudson Yards megaproject, including an organic meat company’s first restaurant in New York City and a 10,500-square-foot food market, the developers announced.

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Belcampo plans to open a restaurant on the fourth floor of the Shops & Restaurants at Hudson Yards, according to a news release. It will be the company’s first location outside of California.

“For the Hudson Yards resident or office tenant who is eating two or even three meals a day at Hudson Yards, it’s an ideal offering—healthy and protein heavy—really designed for everyday dining,” Belcampo co-Founder and CEO Anya Fernald said in a statement.

The complex will also have a food market run by Citarella Gourmet Market, dubbed Citarella Hudson Yards, that will sell seafood, meat, chef-prepared food and wine and also have a raw bar, per the release.

Aside from the food market and Belcampo, the developers announced that chef Michael Lomonaco will open an American restaurant, Hudson Yards Grill, on the fourth floor of the project and that Momofuku chef and Founder David Chang has tapped Eunjo Park as the executive chef for the restaurateur’s 5,000-square-foot outpost at the Shops & Restaurants.

“We have been working with some of the most creative minds in the culinary world on the Hudson Yards dining collection, who are sure to establish the neighborhood as a one-of-a-kind international culinary destination,” Kenneth Himmel, the president and CEO of Related’s mixed-use division, Related Urban, said in a statement. “The announcement of these new exciting concepts and celebrated chefs do just that, providing New York City’s residents and visitors with new, unique dining experiences that will only be available at Hudson Yards.”

A spokeswoman for Related would not provide details on the leases.

At the 1-million-square-foot center, which sits along 10th Avenue between 10 Hudson Yards and 30 Hudson Yards, Related has also leased space to retailers like Dior, Tiffany & Co., Cartier, Muji and Piaget. It’s expected to open in March 2019.