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Chelsea Market, New York City

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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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  • It was one of the best and beautiful market I visit in my life. A lot of food and history inside. The staffs are very polite. We recommend!!! And it’s very well located, close to the high line, the...  more »
  • Love this place. Lots of shops and interesting and unique places to eat. Some lovely decor throughout the market. This place really took a hit during the pandemic. It was really empty during my...  more »
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  • This place is a must see if you’re a foodie. My partner and I visited and spent a few hours here. There are tonnes of places to grab a coffee and a wide variety of food places, from tacos to deli sandwiches, it really was amazing. There are quite a few independent shops there as well, so whilst you’re taking a break from the treats you can find some really cool and interesting stuff. Also a tip, once finished, you can walk to the high line walk as it starts not far from the market!
  • The Chelsea Markets are really unique & well worth exploring. Apart from the obvious historical interest, there are plenty of interesting shops, and a plethora of great looking & delicious smelling food places! We went to Miznon. The service was fast & efficient, and the food was fabulous! Then, it’s a great place to stop & spend time before walking the High Line.

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