DeKalb Market Hall is a new era in Brooklyn’s history as a culinary center.
Showcasing 40 vendors who reflect the cultural and ethnic diversity of the borough, DeKalb Market Hall is raising Brooklyn’s profile as a hub of innovative cooking and dining experiences. With the Show Kitchen, cocktail bar, and daily live programming, DeKalb Market Hall is one of the largest food and entertainment centers in New York City. Discover the latest trends in Brooklyn cuisine and revisit classics from NYC history. With a design and atmosphere that pays homage to what has always made New York City cool, DeKalb Market Hall is where the next generation of classic Brooklyn dishes are being created.
Dekalb Market Hall is a food space and as such cannot accommodate pets of any kind unless a tagged service dog.
7 Days a Week
Monday – Sunday
7am – 10pm
Cafe D’Avignon, Cuzin’s Duzins, Nobletree Coffee, Hard Times Sundaes, Andrew’s Classic Bklyn Bagels
DEKALB MARKET HALL
445 ALBEE SQUARE WEST
BROOKLYN, NY 11201
In a hurry? Takeout is available!
Two Tablespoons was created by a couple of friends in 2012 out of passion for cooking, kitchen experiments and serving people. We are dedicated to making healthy wholesome vegetarian and vegan food from scratch, breaking the stereotype that healthy food is boring. We are also dedicated to serving others through food.
Two Tablespoons is all about bright and rich flavors and unique concepts. Our menu is a world fusion of recipes and ideas. We have travelled and lived in many countries around the world and gathered unique recipes, which inspire us to create our menu.
We avoid processed ingredients and focus on whole foods. We source organic whenever possible.
We started on the streets of NYC, serving at various food fares and street markets. The response was very encouraging and motivated us to open two permanent locations, one of them being at Dekalb Market Hall.
“It’s very encouraging that City Point…looked beyond the usual suspects to bring a variety of cuisines to its basement food court, DeKalb Market Hall.”