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Urbanspace Vanderbilt Adds Mile End to Its Lineup


Joins veteran vendors such as Roberta’s, Mimi’s Hummus, and Delaney Chicken

The food hall features a selection of rotating booths, acting as an incubator for new and expanding concepts.

Urbanspace Vanderbilt, located near Grand Central Terminal and known for its selection of rotating chef-driven food concepts, introduces some new vendors to its lineup.

Mile End, a Jewish delicatessen inspired by New York and Montreal that specializes in traditional specialty foods, opened its first uptown location in Urbanspace Vanderbilt last Thursday. On the menu are hand-carved, made-to-order deli sandwiches, Black Seed Bagel breakfast sandwiches, classic Canadian corn dogs, which are exclusive to this location, and, of course, poutine.

If you’re looking for something sweet, Oddfellows Ice Cream Co. has a small outpost at Urbanspace Vanderbilt as well. Daily flavor offerings can be found here. We love their Chocolate Chunk and Coconut Kaffir, which tastes just like Fruity Pebbles. OddFellows Ice Cream Co. offers both “inventive renditions of the classics” and “the delectably unconventional,” and their ice cream is made using locally sourced, hormone-free, and additive-free dairy in their Brooklyn kitchen.

To satiate your lobster roll craving, look no further than Red Hook Lobster Pound, which ranked No. 3 on our list of the 20 best lobster rolls outside of Maine. Bringing “sensational lobster rolls and seafood” from Maine to its locations, its food will not disappoint. The Urbanspace Vanderbilt location is serving a variety of types of lobster rolls, each made with a quarter pound of fresh Maine lobster on a grilled New England style bun, lobster mac & cheese, and New England clam chowder.

Check out our roundup of the best food halls in America.


24/Seven


For most of their 15-plus year history, the Asylum Street Spankers have been belting it out Sundays at their gospel shows.

For those unacquainted with the roots band, these aren’t your typical gospel shows (and don’t be fooled by the name of their latest CD, “God’s Favorite Band,” either). Rather, the Austin-based band traffics in “agnostic gospel,” as they coined it, which includes old traditionals from bands like the Golden Gate Quartet mixed with originals that take a break from their usual riffs on alcohol, weed, and anti-war politics and examine the spiritual nature of mankind, Spankers style.

For all its agnosticism, don’t doubt that this isn’t a religious experience. Singer and co-founder Wammo has called this music the closest thing he’s had to one, and that through getting acquainted with gospel tunes, he’s learned it has more to do with soul than going to church.

For those looking to check them out, head to their upcoming Brooklyn show at the Bell House January 9. And for those who saw the band the last time they were in town, you can see them in their best form this go-around, as band co-founder Christina Marrs, who was on maternity leave last year, is back with the band.

“It will be a much different show than the last show,” says Wammo. Not having Marrs “totally affected what we can play and not play. It will be a dramatically different show. Brooklyn gets to experience her amazing voice.”

For their Brooklyn show, the band’s multi-instrumentalists will be breaking out some old favorites, including “Tripping Over You,” “War on Drugs,” and “Beer,” in addition to the new stuff.

“We’re mixing it up. We’re doing some oldies I haven’t done in a long time,” says Wammo.

So the first set will be songs off the gospel record – the salvation portion of the evening – and the second set will be more secular Spanker hits. “The nasty stuff,” says Wammo. “We actually like the salvation first. Then we sully the audience.”

Audience, you’ve been warned.

The Asylum Street Spankers play the Bell House (149 7th St.) January 9 at 7 p.m. Tickets are $20 . For more information, call 718-643-6510. The next morning, the band performs a children’s show (no joke) at the 92Y Tribeca (200 Hudson St.) at 11 a.m. Tickets are $15. For more information, call 212-601-1000.


24/Seven


For most of their 15-plus year history, the Asylum Street Spankers have been belting it out Sundays at their gospel shows.

For those unacquainted with the roots band, these aren’t your typical gospel shows (and don’t be fooled by the name of their latest CD, “God’s Favorite Band,” either). Rather, the Austin-based band traffics in “agnostic gospel,” as they coined it, which includes old traditionals from bands like the Golden Gate Quartet mixed with originals that take a break from their usual riffs on alcohol, weed, and anti-war politics and examine the spiritual nature of mankind, Spankers style.

For all its agnosticism, don’t doubt that this isn’t a religious experience. Singer and co-founder Wammo has called this music the closest thing he’s had to one, and that through getting acquainted with gospel tunes, he’s learned it has more to do with soul than going to church.

For those looking to check them out, head to their upcoming Brooklyn show at the Bell House January 9. And for those who saw the band the last time they were in town, you can see them in their best form this go-around, as band co-founder Christina Marrs, who was on maternity leave last year, is back with the band.

“It will be a much different show than the last show,” says Wammo. Not having Marrs “totally affected what we can play and not play. It will be a dramatically different show. Brooklyn gets to experience her amazing voice.”

For their Brooklyn show, the band’s multi-instrumentalists will be breaking out some old favorites, including “Tripping Over You,” “War on Drugs,” and “Beer,” in addition to the new stuff.

“We’re mixing it up. We’re doing some oldies I haven’t done in a long time,” says Wammo.

So the first set will be songs off the gospel record – the salvation portion of the evening – and the second set will be more secular Spanker hits. “The nasty stuff,” says Wammo. “We actually like the salvation first. Then we sully the audience.”

Audience, you’ve been warned.

The Asylum Street Spankers play the Bell House (149 7th St.) January 9 at 7 p.m. Tickets are $20 . For more information, call 718-643-6510. The next morning, the band performs a children’s show (no joke) at the 92Y Tribeca (200 Hudson St.) at 11 a.m. Tickets are $15. For more information, call 212-601-1000.


24/Seven


For most of their 15-plus year history, the Asylum Street Spankers have been belting it out Sundays at their gospel shows.

For those unacquainted with the roots band, these aren’t your typical gospel shows (and don’t be fooled by the name of their latest CD, “God’s Favorite Band,” either). Rather, the Austin-based band traffics in “agnostic gospel,” as they coined it, which includes old traditionals from bands like the Golden Gate Quartet mixed with originals that take a break from their usual riffs on alcohol, weed, and anti-war politics and examine the spiritual nature of mankind, Spankers style.

For all its agnosticism, don’t doubt that this isn’t a religious experience. Singer and co-founder Wammo has called this music the closest thing he’s had to one, and that through getting acquainted with gospel tunes, he’s learned it has more to do with soul than going to church.

For those looking to check them out, head to their upcoming Brooklyn show at the Bell House January 9. And for those who saw the band the last time they were in town, you can see them in their best form this go-around, as band co-founder Christina Marrs, who was on maternity leave last year, is back with the band.

“It will be a much different show than the last show,” says Wammo. Not having Marrs “totally affected what we can play and not play. It will be a dramatically different show. Brooklyn gets to experience her amazing voice.”

For their Brooklyn show, the band’s multi-instrumentalists will be breaking out some old favorites, including “Tripping Over You,” “War on Drugs,” and “Beer,” in addition to the new stuff.

“We’re mixing it up. We’re doing some oldies I haven’t done in a long time,” says Wammo.

So the first set will be songs off the gospel record – the salvation portion of the evening – and the second set will be more secular Spanker hits. “The nasty stuff,” says Wammo. “We actually like the salvation first. Then we sully the audience.”

Audience, you’ve been warned.

The Asylum Street Spankers play the Bell House (149 7th St.) January 9 at 7 p.m. Tickets are $20 . For more information, call 718-643-6510. The next morning, the band performs a children’s show (no joke) at the 92Y Tribeca (200 Hudson St.) at 11 a.m. Tickets are $15. For more information, call 212-601-1000.


24/Seven


For most of their 15-plus year history, the Asylum Street Spankers have been belting it out Sundays at their gospel shows.

For those unacquainted with the roots band, these aren’t your typical gospel shows (and don’t be fooled by the name of their latest CD, “God’s Favorite Band,” either). Rather, the Austin-based band traffics in “agnostic gospel,” as they coined it, which includes old traditionals from bands like the Golden Gate Quartet mixed with originals that take a break from their usual riffs on alcohol, weed, and anti-war politics and examine the spiritual nature of mankind, Spankers style.

For all its agnosticism, don’t doubt that this isn’t a religious experience. Singer and co-founder Wammo has called this music the closest thing he’s had to one, and that through getting acquainted with gospel tunes, he’s learned it has more to do with soul than going to church.

For those looking to check them out, head to their upcoming Brooklyn show at the Bell House January 9. And for those who saw the band the last time they were in town, you can see them in their best form this go-around, as band co-founder Christina Marrs, who was on maternity leave last year, is back with the band.

“It will be a much different show than the last show,” says Wammo. Not having Marrs “totally affected what we can play and not play. It will be a dramatically different show. Brooklyn gets to experience her amazing voice.”

For their Brooklyn show, the band’s multi-instrumentalists will be breaking out some old favorites, including “Tripping Over You,” “War on Drugs,” and “Beer,” in addition to the new stuff.

“We’re mixing it up. We’re doing some oldies I haven’t done in a long time,” says Wammo.

So the first set will be songs off the gospel record – the salvation portion of the evening – and the second set will be more secular Spanker hits. “The nasty stuff,” says Wammo. “We actually like the salvation first. Then we sully the audience.”

Audience, you’ve been warned.

The Asylum Street Spankers play the Bell House (149 7th St.) January 9 at 7 p.m. Tickets are $20 . For more information, call 718-643-6510. The next morning, the band performs a children’s show (no joke) at the 92Y Tribeca (200 Hudson St.) at 11 a.m. Tickets are $15. For more information, call 212-601-1000.


24/Seven


For most of their 15-plus year history, the Asylum Street Spankers have been belting it out Sundays at their gospel shows.

For those unacquainted with the roots band, these aren’t your typical gospel shows (and don’t be fooled by the name of their latest CD, “God’s Favorite Band,” either). Rather, the Austin-based band traffics in “agnostic gospel,” as they coined it, which includes old traditionals from bands like the Golden Gate Quartet mixed with originals that take a break from their usual riffs on alcohol, weed, and anti-war politics and examine the spiritual nature of mankind, Spankers style.

For all its agnosticism, don’t doubt that this isn’t a religious experience. Singer and co-founder Wammo has called this music the closest thing he’s had to one, and that through getting acquainted with gospel tunes, he’s learned it has more to do with soul than going to church.

For those looking to check them out, head to their upcoming Brooklyn show at the Bell House January 9. And for those who saw the band the last time they were in town, you can see them in their best form this go-around, as band co-founder Christina Marrs, who was on maternity leave last year, is back with the band.

“It will be a much different show than the last show,” says Wammo. Not having Marrs “totally affected what we can play and not play. It will be a dramatically different show. Brooklyn gets to experience her amazing voice.”

For their Brooklyn show, the band’s multi-instrumentalists will be breaking out some old favorites, including “Tripping Over You,” “War on Drugs,” and “Beer,” in addition to the new stuff.

“We’re mixing it up. We’re doing some oldies I haven’t done in a long time,” says Wammo.

So the first set will be songs off the gospel record – the salvation portion of the evening – and the second set will be more secular Spanker hits. “The nasty stuff,” says Wammo. “We actually like the salvation first. Then we sully the audience.”

Audience, you’ve been warned.

The Asylum Street Spankers play the Bell House (149 7th St.) January 9 at 7 p.m. Tickets are $20 . For more information, call 718-643-6510. The next morning, the band performs a children’s show (no joke) at the 92Y Tribeca (200 Hudson St.) at 11 a.m. Tickets are $15. For more information, call 212-601-1000.


24/Seven


For most of their 15-plus year history, the Asylum Street Spankers have been belting it out Sundays at their gospel shows.

For those unacquainted with the roots band, these aren’t your typical gospel shows (and don’t be fooled by the name of their latest CD, “God’s Favorite Band,” either). Rather, the Austin-based band traffics in “agnostic gospel,” as they coined it, which includes old traditionals from bands like the Golden Gate Quartet mixed with originals that take a break from their usual riffs on alcohol, weed, and anti-war politics and examine the spiritual nature of mankind, Spankers style.

For all its agnosticism, don’t doubt that this isn’t a religious experience. Singer and co-founder Wammo has called this music the closest thing he’s had to one, and that through getting acquainted with gospel tunes, he’s learned it has more to do with soul than going to church.

For those looking to check them out, head to their upcoming Brooklyn show at the Bell House January 9. And for those who saw the band the last time they were in town, you can see them in their best form this go-around, as band co-founder Christina Marrs, who was on maternity leave last year, is back with the band.

“It will be a much different show than the last show,” says Wammo. Not having Marrs “totally affected what we can play and not play. It will be a dramatically different show. Brooklyn gets to experience her amazing voice.”

For their Brooklyn show, the band’s multi-instrumentalists will be breaking out some old favorites, including “Tripping Over You,” “War on Drugs,” and “Beer,” in addition to the new stuff.

“We’re mixing it up. We’re doing some oldies I haven’t done in a long time,” says Wammo.

So the first set will be songs off the gospel record – the salvation portion of the evening – and the second set will be more secular Spanker hits. “The nasty stuff,” says Wammo. “We actually like the salvation first. Then we sully the audience.”

Audience, you’ve been warned.

The Asylum Street Spankers play the Bell House (149 7th St.) January 9 at 7 p.m. Tickets are $20 . For more information, call 718-643-6510. The next morning, the band performs a children’s show (no joke) at the 92Y Tribeca (200 Hudson St.) at 11 a.m. Tickets are $15. For more information, call 212-601-1000.


24/Seven


For most of their 15-plus year history, the Asylum Street Spankers have been belting it out Sundays at their gospel shows.

For those unacquainted with the roots band, these aren’t your typical gospel shows (and don’t be fooled by the name of their latest CD, “God’s Favorite Band,” either). Rather, the Austin-based band traffics in “agnostic gospel,” as they coined it, which includes old traditionals from bands like the Golden Gate Quartet mixed with originals that take a break from their usual riffs on alcohol, weed, and anti-war politics and examine the spiritual nature of mankind, Spankers style.

For all its agnosticism, don’t doubt that this isn’t a religious experience. Singer and co-founder Wammo has called this music the closest thing he’s had to one, and that through getting acquainted with gospel tunes, he’s learned it has more to do with soul than going to church.

For those looking to check them out, head to their upcoming Brooklyn show at the Bell House January 9. And for those who saw the band the last time they were in town, you can see them in their best form this go-around, as band co-founder Christina Marrs, who was on maternity leave last year, is back with the band.

“It will be a much different show than the last show,” says Wammo. Not having Marrs “totally affected what we can play and not play. It will be a dramatically different show. Brooklyn gets to experience her amazing voice.”

For their Brooklyn show, the band’s multi-instrumentalists will be breaking out some old favorites, including “Tripping Over You,” “War on Drugs,” and “Beer,” in addition to the new stuff.

“We’re mixing it up. We’re doing some oldies I haven’t done in a long time,” says Wammo.

So the first set will be songs off the gospel record – the salvation portion of the evening – and the second set will be more secular Spanker hits. “The nasty stuff,” says Wammo. “We actually like the salvation first. Then we sully the audience.”

Audience, you’ve been warned.

The Asylum Street Spankers play the Bell House (149 7th St.) January 9 at 7 p.m. Tickets are $20 . For more information, call 718-643-6510. The next morning, the band performs a children’s show (no joke) at the 92Y Tribeca (200 Hudson St.) at 11 a.m. Tickets are $15. For more information, call 212-601-1000.


24/Seven


For most of their 15-plus year history, the Asylum Street Spankers have been belting it out Sundays at their gospel shows.

For those unacquainted with the roots band, these aren’t your typical gospel shows (and don’t be fooled by the name of their latest CD, “God’s Favorite Band,” either). Rather, the Austin-based band traffics in “agnostic gospel,” as they coined it, which includes old traditionals from bands like the Golden Gate Quartet mixed with originals that take a break from their usual riffs on alcohol, weed, and anti-war politics and examine the spiritual nature of mankind, Spankers style.

For all its agnosticism, don’t doubt that this isn’t a religious experience. Singer and co-founder Wammo has called this music the closest thing he’s had to one, and that through getting acquainted with gospel tunes, he’s learned it has more to do with soul than going to church.

For those looking to check them out, head to their upcoming Brooklyn show at the Bell House January 9. And for those who saw the band the last time they were in town, you can see them in their best form this go-around, as band co-founder Christina Marrs, who was on maternity leave last year, is back with the band.

“It will be a much different show than the last show,” says Wammo. Not having Marrs “totally affected what we can play and not play. It will be a dramatically different show. Brooklyn gets to experience her amazing voice.”

For their Brooklyn show, the band’s multi-instrumentalists will be breaking out some old favorites, including “Tripping Over You,” “War on Drugs,” and “Beer,” in addition to the new stuff.

“We’re mixing it up. We’re doing some oldies I haven’t done in a long time,” says Wammo.

So the first set will be songs off the gospel record – the salvation portion of the evening – and the second set will be more secular Spanker hits. “The nasty stuff,” says Wammo. “We actually like the salvation first. Then we sully the audience.”

Audience, you’ve been warned.

The Asylum Street Spankers play the Bell House (149 7th St.) January 9 at 7 p.m. Tickets are $20 . For more information, call 718-643-6510. The next morning, the band performs a children’s show (no joke) at the 92Y Tribeca (200 Hudson St.) at 11 a.m. Tickets are $15. For more information, call 212-601-1000.


24/Seven


For most of their 15-plus year history, the Asylum Street Spankers have been belting it out Sundays at their gospel shows.

For those unacquainted with the roots band, these aren’t your typical gospel shows (and don’t be fooled by the name of their latest CD, “God’s Favorite Band,” either). Rather, the Austin-based band traffics in “agnostic gospel,” as they coined it, which includes old traditionals from bands like the Golden Gate Quartet mixed with originals that take a break from their usual riffs on alcohol, weed, and anti-war politics and examine the spiritual nature of mankind, Spankers style.

For all its agnosticism, don’t doubt that this isn’t a religious experience. Singer and co-founder Wammo has called this music the closest thing he’s had to one, and that through getting acquainted with gospel tunes, he’s learned it has more to do with soul than going to church.

For those looking to check them out, head to their upcoming Brooklyn show at the Bell House January 9. And for those who saw the band the last time they were in town, you can see them in their best form this go-around, as band co-founder Christina Marrs, who was on maternity leave last year, is back with the band.

“It will be a much different show than the last show,” says Wammo. Not having Marrs “totally affected what we can play and not play. It will be a dramatically different show. Brooklyn gets to experience her amazing voice.”

For their Brooklyn show, the band’s multi-instrumentalists will be breaking out some old favorites, including “Tripping Over You,” “War on Drugs,” and “Beer,” in addition to the new stuff.

“We’re mixing it up. We’re doing some oldies I haven’t done in a long time,” says Wammo.

So the first set will be songs off the gospel record – the salvation portion of the evening – and the second set will be more secular Spanker hits. “The nasty stuff,” says Wammo. “We actually like the salvation first. Then we sully the audience.”

Audience, you’ve been warned.

The Asylum Street Spankers play the Bell House (149 7th St.) January 9 at 7 p.m. Tickets are $20 . For more information, call 718-643-6510. The next morning, the band performs a children’s show (no joke) at the 92Y Tribeca (200 Hudson St.) at 11 a.m. Tickets are $15. For more information, call 212-601-1000.


24/Seven


For most of their 15-plus year history, the Asylum Street Spankers have been belting it out Sundays at their gospel shows.

For those unacquainted with the roots band, these aren’t your typical gospel shows (and don’t be fooled by the name of their latest CD, “God’s Favorite Band,” either). Rather, the Austin-based band traffics in “agnostic gospel,” as they coined it, which includes old traditionals from bands like the Golden Gate Quartet mixed with originals that take a break from their usual riffs on alcohol, weed, and anti-war politics and examine the spiritual nature of mankind, Spankers style.

For all its agnosticism, don’t doubt that this isn’t a religious experience. Singer and co-founder Wammo has called this music the closest thing he’s had to one, and that through getting acquainted with gospel tunes, he’s learned it has more to do with soul than going to church.

For those looking to check them out, head to their upcoming Brooklyn show at the Bell House January 9. And for those who saw the band the last time they were in town, you can see them in their best form this go-around, as band co-founder Christina Marrs, who was on maternity leave last year, is back with the band.

“It will be a much different show than the last show,” says Wammo. Not having Marrs “totally affected what we can play and not play. It will be a dramatically different show. Brooklyn gets to experience her amazing voice.”

For their Brooklyn show, the band’s multi-instrumentalists will be breaking out some old favorites, including “Tripping Over You,” “War on Drugs,” and “Beer,” in addition to the new stuff.

“We’re mixing it up. We’re doing some oldies I haven’t done in a long time,” says Wammo.

So the first set will be songs off the gospel record – the salvation portion of the evening – and the second set will be more secular Spanker hits. “The nasty stuff,” says Wammo. “We actually like the salvation first. Then we sully the audience.”

Audience, you’ve been warned.

The Asylum Street Spankers play the Bell House (149 7th St.) January 9 at 7 p.m. Tickets are $20 . For more information, call 718-643-6510. The next morning, the band performs a children’s show (no joke) at the 92Y Tribeca (200 Hudson St.) at 11 a.m. Tickets are $15. For more information, call 212-601-1000.


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