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Chelsea Market, New York City

Categories: Flea Markets, Shopping
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4.5/5 based on 5,500+ reviews on the web
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. Use our New York City itinerary planner to visit Chelsea Market on your trip to New York City, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • We went here after our Highline walk. For people from the UK it has similarities to Spitalfields Market. Great place to walk around and have a drink. 
  • Messy gay and different!! There are many options for shopping and food, to go crazy! Place to meet!
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  • Went to a little crepe place inside Chelsea market today. There was loads of choice and most of it quite reasonably priced. We also had donuts which were delish. 
  • Love Chelsea Market. Great selection of food, oils, spices. Some things can be a little over priced. Found out that the reason food is so good here is because the food channel is filmed upstairs and people selling food in the market downstairs try to become a part of the food network so they try and push the boundaries.
  • Came here during Christmas and they still had the Halloween decorations setup. I love this place since its 100+ years old and it has a great sense of history. Nothing like seeing industrial architecture in this restored state. Also, outside you can get to the new above ground walkway heading North and South.
  • I went to New York City for the day and this market was something that I was told I should check out. It didn't disappoint. The whole market was dimly lit in such a way to give off a relaxing feeling. Each shop was very unique and pleasing to the eye. If you're in New York City, you'll have to stop here.
  • A pretty expansive market with helpful employees and lots of walking space. There's even some things you can get there that aren't available elsewhere, but there's so many you'll have to go to the store to see it yourself. Some things however are clearly overpriced but that doesn't deter the locals from buying certain things that they could go a couple blocks away and get for a lower price.
  • wow, i wasn't very convinced to go, but it is awsome so much food nd very tastyyou coud spend several days there and not would be enough to try rverything, from tacos to lobster.
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