Creating Community Through Food Halls and Markets
A vendor sells puppets at the Union Square Holiday Market, Sunday, Nov. 28, 2010 in New York. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)
After a year of isolation, a lot of us want nothing more than to get out there and interact with other people.
New York City’s public markets are one way to ease your way back into socialization.
The company Urbanspace is the brains behind some very nifty food halls and seasonal markets in locations such as Times Square, Bryant Park, Union Square and Columbus Circle.
Our guest this week is Urbanspace President Eldon Scott.