Clinton Street Baking Co. Expands with New Stall at Dumbo Food Hall

Posted on: November 9th, 2018 at 5:08 am by

Time Out magazine is opening a massive food hall in Dumbo next spring, and with it, a gaggle of food vendors. Including an appearance by Lower East Side brunch favorite, Clinton Street Baking Co.

It’s an expansion in kind with its popularity. Clinton Street Baking will occupy a solo stall inside the two-level, 22,000 square-foot Time Out Market, as it’s called. According to Eater, this new location will serve a condensed menu with choice items like pancakes with maple butter, Spanish scramble with chorizo, and eggs Benedict, plus some new breakfast dishes.

Clinton Street Baking is one of 21 vendors slated to stock the forthcoming food hall when it debuts in spring 2019.

The expansion follows three years after Clinton Street Baking annexed the corner real estate at East Houston Street for a larger dining room, which previously housed Min’s Market.

Clinton Street Baking Company first opened on its namesake street in 2001. There are also international locations in Singapore, Tokyo, Bangkok, and Dubai.

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