Chelsea Market, New York City

4.5
Awaken your taste buds at the Chelsea Market, where you can spend the day exploring exotic and local delicacies in the heart of the Meatpacking District. Housed in a historical biscuit factory, the market boasts over 35 vendors specializing in a variety of products, from wine and cheese to gourmet specialties. Bring out your inner foodie as you admire homemade desserts and gourmet soups, all while taking in the striking industrial architecture of the building. Stop by the artist booths to pick up a handmade piece of local art to take back as a souvenir. Find out how to plan New York City trip without stress by asking Inspirock to help create an itinerary.
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  • If you're around New York take a metro and go to the Chelsea market. Is a set of shops, markets and restaurants super charming. As we already had taken breakfast sat in a bar in there to take a white wine, we were very well attended and the wine was delicious.
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  • I wouldn't go out of my way to visit here but we stumbled across it going to the High Line Park. As it turned out the entrance to the park across the street from the Market was closed and we had to wa...  more »
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  • Indoor shopping center with a lot of places to eat. It almost feels like a large food court with shops sprinkled around. The decor and atmosphere inside is very hipster with a combination of rustic and industrial design. They have a place inside where you can get oysters that seems pretty popular. Los Tacos is immensely popular with an extremely long line. Great place to walk around and see if anything piques your interest.
  • Visited in 2018, but I also visited the Chelsea Market years ago, just after it opened. Back then it had more interesting little shops and fewer eateries. It's still a great place, and worth a visit, but not quite as much to do there anymore except eat. Downstairs is a nice food market, though not the best prices in town, but good for grabbing some quick produce. The pizza we had upstairs was fabulous, as is the gelato.

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