It’s not usually our first choice to eat in a food hall, but this one in Midtown East is convenient and has some good options. Vendors range from Roberta’s, Seamore’s, and Hard Times Sundaes to Ovenly, so you’ll probably be able to find something you want no matter what kind of mood you’re in. There are also some picnic tables and bar seats inside, so it’s not a bad place to hang out for a little while.
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