Thursday, April 20, 2017

A new vendor for the Bowery Market

On Tuesday, an EVG reader shared these photos ... showing a new mural in the works at the Bowery Market, the year-round open-air food court at 348 Bowery and Great Jones...

The mural (by @KongSavage) marks the imminent arrival of a new vendor — Parantha Alley, a regular on the Brooklyn food-fair circuit. (BoweryBoogie first reported on this yesterday.) The folks at Parantha Alley serve Indian flat bread with a variety of fillings. (Their menu is here.)

The Market launched last July with five vendors... and since then, the mini outposts of Champion Coffee, The Butcher's Daughter and Pulqueria have all shut down, as we noted last month.

Parantha Alley will join the remaining two vendors — Alidoro and Sushi on Jones. Signage at the Bowery Market note that there will be new vendors here this spring.

Previously on EV Grieve:
A winterized Bowery Market, now down to 3 vendors

The Bowery Market opens today with 5 year-round food vendors


Anonymous said...

I don't think I've ever had a parantha but it sounds pretty yummy. Looking forward to checking it out.

JQ LLC said...

It's a hot pocket.

Reminds me of Jim Gaffigan's bit. "why don't we take a pop tart and fill it with meat" and charge 7 dollars to compliment your 10 dollar glass of wine or 6 dollar craft beer.

DrGecko said...

Somebody should contact their graphic designer. That poster headlines a picture of a disease-causing protozoan.

Anonymous said...

New Yorkers, so worldly.

Giovanni said...

In other words, it's a stuffed paratha. Looks like they have some good veggie options too, plus ginger masala chai. At last the Bowery may have found something that could actually work.