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A Slick New Food Hall Has Opened In Long Island City

Just a few of Beebe's pizzas ($13 to $19 each)

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Al Volo sells Italian crowd pleasers

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The bacon-wrapped Spicy Redneck ($7.95) and East Village Cheese Tots ($4.95), at Crif Dogs

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Crispy Chicken Bowl, at FieldTrip ($9.99)

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Boulette, at Ghaya ($15.95)

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Heritage Pork Charsiu Bowl, at Lotus + Cleaver ($14)

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You can access Ghaya via the food hall proper, or use the separate entrance on Jackson Avenue

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Even at 25% capacity, there's seating for about 80 people here

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Kissaki sushi bar, on the second floor

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There's a QR-activated contact tracing questionnaire for those dining in

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