Jersey City's First Food Hall Opens in Harborside

For those in or looking at the Harborside district, you can now check out the its first food hall-style concept,  District Kitchen at the ground level of 210 Hudson Street yesterday. Mack-Cali Realty Corporation spearheaded the development, bringing 13 new culinary experiences (all Jersey based) to the Harborside Atrium.


Designed by TPG Architecture, District Kitchen draws inspiration from Jersey City’s industrial past with the open, airy ceiling, exposed concrete columns, and the classic combination of striped black and white floor tiles – an ode to food mart days.

“We always strive to elevate the Harborside experience through special events programming, unique amenities and now the food hall,” said Michael J. DeMarco, Chief Executive Officer of Mack-Cali Realty Corporation. “We’re excited to welcome these restaurants to Jersey City’s vibrant community and thrilled to have curated a diverse group of restaurateurs to add unique offerings that will be a huge draw for the local community.”

The 12,750 sq. foot space features a bar, serving beer, wine, and cocktails, and welcome new tenants, including: Modcup, Pizza Vita, Left Bank Burger, Kimchi Grill, Salt + Seed, Little Sushi shop, Canteen To Go, Angry Archie’s, Ani Ramen, The Belgian Plate by Waffle it. & Co. Boananas, Tidal Poke, and Enfes.

The 230-seat public space will also feature a rentable event space to be programmed with special events like live music, comedy shows, and children story time.

District Kitchen will be open on weekdays from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. For more information about Harborside Jersey City and District Kitchen, please visit and or follow along on social media at@HarborsideJC and @DistrictKitchenJC.

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