A new food hall
Get Ready! We're Coming...
North End is set to become uptown's largest food and beer hall when it opens to the public in late 2017 in Washington Heights. Our new eating destination and neighborhood gathering space will offer you a hip communal space to eat, work, and relax. Designed by architecture firm NADA, North End will provide a curated selection of locally sourced, sustainable, and fair-trade goods and fare. We have some great surprises in store for you, so check our blog regularly!
AN ADAPTIVE ENVIRONMENT
North End's 6,000sf space will be designed by Harlem-based architectural firm NADA, which has extensive experience designing and constructing boutique bars, cafes and restaurants in Upper Manhattan and throughout Brooklyn. Although North End's design is in the conceptual phase, take a peak at some of the food halls and restaurants around the globe that inspire us!
North End has partnered with local and sustainable foodies who share our vision for winning over the hearts and stomachs of everyone in Washington Heights and beyond! We are really excited to announce our vendors soon (they're amazing!).
Our 6,000sf venue is situated on the corner of a busy intersection within walking distance to the express A train.
Our food and beer hall will have everything from sustainable fair-trade coffee, to craft beer, to juicy tacos, to organic bbq and burgers and more.
Right now our designers, NADA, are busy at work designing a space that's tailored for the Washington Heights' community.
Mobile Pay & Subscriptions
Forgot your wallet? No worries, we'll be accepting mobile pay and may offer subscriptions to give you the best value.
We are total design geeks, so don't worry, this won't be another Starbucks. Designed in Harlem, North End, will knock your socks off!
Whether you wanna stay in the loop or work for North End, here's your chance to get your feet wet as we take Washington Heights by storm!
We couldn’t be more honored to host some of the most interesting and innovative cafes and bars to come out of Harlem. Better yet, these brands and vendors care passionately about making a positive social impact. Below are just some of the small local-run businesses who have already joined the North End. Oh, and there are plenty more vendors on the way (we're just not ready to say - got to keep you in suspense).
Filtered Coffee is an independent cafe that serves sustainable coffee and pastries.
Mess Hall is locally-run bar that pours craft beer, bourbon & original cocktails.