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Midtown’s Urban Hawker is now open to the public. 
Urban Hawker officially opens in New York.
Photographer: Jacob Williamson/Urban Hawker

New Yorkers can now taste some of the best dishes Singapore has to offer, with the official opening of the first food hall hawking delicacies from the Southeast Asian city-state.  
Urban Hawker, which opened to the public on September 28, was originally conceived as a $350 million market by the late Anthony Bourdain eight years ago. Its current form on West 50 Street is the result of a push by KF Seetoh, a Singapore food gourmet and friend of the late  travel food host, who died in 2018.


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