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A block long and a block wide and just a short walk from the Hudson River in the area of Manhattan known as the Meatpacking District, Chelsea Market has become in just fifteen years one of the greatest indoor food halls of the world, with more than thirty-five vendors purveying everything from soup…
An indoor market housing over 40 vendors selling everything from handmade jewelry to whole-lobster dinners.
You must come here! Chelsea Market is filled with local businesses. There’s a section filled with spices and teas, which is delicious and is filled with nice aromas! There’s a great taco place here too! Many locals gather here during the weekend to enjoy the food scene and to just walk around!
Bustling old cracker factory filled with food stalls and stores, along with a CBD shop and a bookshop.
Chelsea Market is a food hall, shopping mall, office building and television production facility located in the Chelsea neighborhood of the borough of Manhattan, in New York City. The Chelsea Market complex occupies an entire city block with a connecting bridge over Tenth Avenue to the adjacent 85…
A hot spot for foodies and shopping addicts. Primarily known for its wide-range of eateries, Chelsea Market is hands-down one of New York’s most notable food halls boasting more than 35 vendors. Whether you’ve got a hankering for a steaming-hot cup of lobster bisque, perfectly aged cheese or a…
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