Foodies, drinkies, fashionistas and design hounds can be found here. It’s why we love it!
Between shoots at Food Network Studios, I pop down for some shopping –cooking supplies galore! – Chef Anne Burrell, host of Worst Cooks in America/Secrets of a Restaurant Chef
Stroll through the gourmet shopping mecca and break for lunch at celiac-friendly, comfort food haven Friedman’s Lunch.
Chelsea Market is built inside the old Nabisco Factory. The first Oreo was baked here in 1912.
Before they had an office, Jenn Hyman and Jenny Fleiss, the founders of Rent the Runway (a 2011 Most Innovative Company) worked from this food oasis, home to such eateries as Buddakan and Sarabeth's.
Peruse all the fresh goods at the Chelsea Market and pick up some milk and cookies at Ronnybrook Milk bar, then walk the Highline.
End your visit with a coffee date at 9th Street Espresso! #vday
A holy food emporium! Go for our favorites; Amy's Bread, 9th Street Espresso, Sarabeths and Fat Witch Bakery!
Check out the Manhattan Fruit Exchange where they have a full selection of fruits and vegetables, many of which are organic. Pick up some ingredients and cook up a healthy meal!
You wanna see people in skinny jeans? Come here
All mixed into a trendy indoors market filled with fun elevators, try the sushi at The Lobster Place. It's better than many sushi restaurants.
The sushi at Lobster Place is the best anywhere, even restaurants! Pricier but worth it!
Grabbed a free brownie sample from Fat Witch!
Try the Lobster Roll (Sandwich) and spot it on Foodspotting!
Don’t overlook Ruthy’s Deli – if you want something quick and inexpensive (tuna on a salt bagel). We’re suckers for The Lobster Place and Bowery Kitchen Supply.
Go meet Cheesemonger Amy Thompson at Lucy's Whey. She'll change your life. You'll name your next pet after a cheese b/c of her.
try the english breakfast at 202 and swing by fat witch for a brownie.
Manhattan Fruit Exchange has every fruit and vegetable on this earth, and the prices are some of the best bang for your buck (outside of Trader Joe's) downtown.
Fat Witch Bakery - Brownies are cheaper if you order them unwrapped with plastic.
Our home away from home. From the salad bar to the gelato, you can't go wrong with all the amazingly delicious food here!
Everyday April 12th - May 14th @GiltCity will host delightful guest vendors, from @MeltBakery to McClure's Pickles at our booth. Stop by for giveaways, raffles & surprises!
Go to Chelsea Market and get some cup cakes. I had red velvet. it was loaded with frosting. Nice!
When you’re done exploring Chelsea Market, stop by the Le Pain Quotidien at 52 9th Avenue for a snack or light meal and relax for awhile at the communal table!
NY. Market heaven filled with the best local vendors. Delicious butter pecan ice cream from Ronnybrook Milk Bar. Fresh bread from Amy's Bread. Authentic Italian fare from Buon Italia.
Try some of the best brownies in NYC at the Fat Witch Bakery. Mini variety packs are perfect for sampling. Powered by ParentsConnect.com
On the weekends, don't wait in the huge bathroom line. Just go to the Apple store.
Push through the mobs and eat your way through.
Caffeinate at one of New York’s best coffee spots, Ninth Street Espresso, which makes creamy foam-swirled lattes and the exclusive Alphabet City Blend, with hints of dark chocolate and citrus.
weekend strolls in here are wonderful. come hungry, curious, and leave with a smile on your face from all the goodies you just experienced.
Chelsea Thai is really good!
Great fish market and Italian food market
Get an Ice Cream Sandwich at Ronny Brook Farm Diary - even if you're lactose intolerant it's worth it. I recommend the coffee the ice cream.
Favorite afternoon spot. Share sushi, chowder, pad thai, crepes or smoothies and then walk to the Highline. Perfection everytime. - Jake Manabat, Hunting Season
Lobster rolls, Amy's Bread, the occasional pop-up sample sale, fresh produce, a tea salon, this place has it all!
Si eres fanático del #foodporn, this is the place.
Little can be said about this foodie paradise that hasn’t already… but for the uninitiated, get those tastebuds, and your wallet ready.
Manhattan Fruit Exchange: Located inside Chelsea Market. Open Sun 10am-5pm.
Chelsea Market has 30 places for food under one roof. Try the shrimp risotto at Sarabeth’s Kitchen - it’s never let us down.
Get awesome wine recommendations at Chelsea Wine Vault.
Don't forget to check out the monthly rotating art on the walls!
1) Get a latte from 9th street coffee, probably best in NYC2) Pick up some prosciutto and burrata from Buon Italia, definitely the freshest of each in NYC
Avoid on weekends after 10. Seriously.
Одно из самых колоритных мест нью-йорка - must have seen! Обязательно зайти на рыбный рынок - свежайшие суши, лобстеры и устрицы)