Chelsea Market

Chelsea Market sits in the middle of New York’s ultra posh, Meatpacking District. A block long and a block wide, the covered indoor market has become one of the greatest indoor food halls in the world. Open year round, Chelsea Market boasts more than 35 vendors selling everything from soup to nuts. Pop-up restaurants and pop-up shops attract crows with everything from lunch offerings, meals to go, clothing, accessories, and handmade and vintage goods. According to its site, the Market attracts more than six million visitors – both American and international – year round, and its one of the most talked-about and most written-about destinations in New York City. It’s open daily Monday through Saturday from 7 a.m. until 9 p.m. and on Sundays from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

While the Market currently boasts a vendor list beyond 30 different sellers, one look at its masthead –The Cleaver Co., Sohha Savory Yogurt, The Lobster Place, The Nut Box, Tuck Shop, Anthropologie, Bar Suzette, Amy’s Bread, Beyond Sushi, Chelsea Market Baskets, Buddakan, Chelsea Thai Wholesale, Cull & Pistol, Doughnuttery, Hale and Hearty Soups, Friedman’s Lunch, Imports from Marrakesh, Lucy’s Whey, Morimoto, Ninth Street Espresso, Posman Books, and People’s Pops – new shops and markets are constantly rotating into and out of its doors. The Market also populated list of upcoming events on its site.

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