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Chelsea Market

(43 Ratings)
Shop (and eat) till you drop

The Chelsea Market is the stomping ground for the true Manhattan foodie. The curious structure has evolved from a National Biscuit Company complex in the 1890s to the center of American culinary fashion. Shoppers select wine, cheese, fruit, sandwiches, and kitchen supplies below the great offices and studios of the Food Network. Catch a glimpse of your favorite celebrity chef, or just pop in to see if there's a sample sale. If you have a sweet tooth, Amy's Bread or the Fat Witch will have something special for you.



Address
75 Ninth Avenue
New York, NY 10011

Near: Between 15th and 16th Streets

Chelsea

Hours
Mon-Sat 7:00 am - 9:00 pm
Sun 8:00 am - 8:00 pm
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Reviews

joelshoemaker
joelshoemaker
8 months ago

Love the history of this building - its where the Oreo was invented! Right near the Highline and Meatpacking district, great spot for lunch!


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