Chelsea Market

75 9th Ave, New York City

4.5

Chelsea Market is a food hall, shopping mall, office building and television production facility located in the Chelsea neighborhood of the borough of Manhattan. It was built in the former National Biscuit Company factory complex where the Oreo cookie was invented and produced. The Chelsea Market complex fills an entire city block bounded by Ninth and Tenth Avenues. Construction of baking facilities by local concerns at this location began in the 1890s Recently, Google has moved into some of the second, third, and fourth floors along with its subsidiary YouTube on the fifth. Anchor stores include the Chelsea Market Baskets, Manhattan Fruit Exchange, BuonItalia, Anthropologie, and the Buddakan restaurant. There is also the Fat Witch Bakery, Amy's Bread, Ruth's Bakery, Chelsea Wine Vault, Eleni's Bakery, The Lobster Place, Dickson's Farmstand, The Green Table, Chelsea Thai and Friedman's Lunch, as well as a variety of smaller stores selling cheese, artisanal salt and olive oil, chocolate and flowers. The developers of Chelsea Market have encouraged a symbiotic relationship among their tenants with the vendors supplying the restaurateurs with fresh ingredients, such as seafood, vegetables, fruit and meats.

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Open Hours:

  • Sun

    08:00 - 20:00

  • Mon

    07:00 - 21:00

  • Tue

    07:00 - 21:00

  • Wed

    07:00 - 21:00

  • Thu

    07:00 - 21:00

  • Fri

    07:00 - 21:00

  • Sat

    07:00 - 21:00

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Reviews

  • Turning Leaf

    5
    - 02 June 2018 -

    Hipster/health nut paradise! I say that, but there is stuff that literally anyone could enjoy. You could probably spend the entire day there checking out all the different foods. While all the food places are progressive, the prices for the foods are actually not terrible! Realistically if you're in Manhattan, it's prices you'd expect for those specific foods, and since there's so much variety in one place, it's pretty convenient! Definitely a nice touristy spot too that you might not find on a tourism list

  • Erine Taguchi

    5
    - 02 June 2018 -

    From good cuisine to casual snacks you can choose and enjoy various foods. Not only foods but you can various good souvenirs and stuffs here! Of course I recommend here to travelers to look for some good souvenirs! Each ones are very lovely and cute! This facility is remodeled so very cool, I like it. Everybody would be able to enjoy for sure !!!!

  • Koki Tanaka

    5
    - 13 May 2018 -

    The must place to visit if you are in NYC. When you go there right after they open in the morning, you can enjoy more without running into people every second. Get lobster and some crab legs, oyster, and may be sit at the sushi bar! All the fishes are very fresh and it's delicious. Chefs are good and can prepare and cook well. It might be a bit pricey, but you will enjoy every bite of the food! The workers will be happy to receive some tips for cooking well

  • Lucia Rosculete

    5
    - 10 May 2018 -

    One of my favourite places in New York. I might be biased because whenever I visit a town in Europe (where I'm from), I love to visit its market. The cheese shop downstairs does toasted gourmet cheese sandwiches, great for a quick breakfast. Don't miss out on sampling spicy sauces while there. Stop by the seafood market for your quick oyster fix! They do open the oysters for you.

  • Gabriel Fedorko

    5
    - 29 April 2018 -

    Awesome place to walk around in. The food is incredible! I had a great time here looking at all the small boutiques and shops. All the vendors were nice. Then I ate dinner at one of the many restaurants- it was hard to choose!! Definitely recommend coming here for lunch or dinner. A must visit!

  • Alan Petry

    4
    - 29 January 2018 -

    Very cool food and goodies market. About anything you can think of food-wise you can find here. The biggest downside is there is very little common area seating to accommodate a group being able to get things from different stands and eat together. Very few stands have seats. The bigger restaurants do have some. Always busy.

  • Dylan Ejem

    5
    - 27 January 2018 -

    So many food choices and lots of people. You can never run out of different choices from Korean to Japanese to Tacos, Oyster and pretty much everything. It is a fun place to go to for food. Lots of younger people and the crowd is pretty fun. I will definitely go back when I get the chance to. My favorite is the Aussie Pie and Tacos No. 1. The Best!

  • Eric Izaguirre

    5
    - 17 January 2018 -

    I love coming here it has a wide variety of food and other things. You can walk around and choose from different styles of food. It has a chill vibe and warm. The bathrooms are clean so that’s a good thing. But the market is a must.

  • Monte H

    5
    - 15 January 2018 -

    I love this place. The sights the smells the FOOD and drink. What's your fancy? Whatever it is There is likely a whole shop devoted to it there. I beeline straight for the seafood place and gorge myself on clams and oysters. Every time but the wine bar is solid too. A great place to take someone who is from out of town or even as part of a low key date.

  • pegasosagitario

    5
    - 29 December 2017 -

    Chelsea Market is one of my most often visited spots in NYC. You can find just about anything you're in the mood for. Fresh seafood, Italian, Thai, chocolate, sweets, bar baked goods and my favorite... authentic Mexican tacos. (Tacos #1) note if you turn and look for the seafood place through the alleyways behind the tacos you'll come to a majestic find. Full bar Mexican seafood restaurant. Chelsea Market used to be the old Nabisco factory, and it retains throughout the building remnants of its history. Old piping, furnaces and ovens. Keep an eye for the clock in the center court and on weekends you might find live music performances at night. Chelsea Market is a must for anyone visiting NYC. Stop by it's wine cellar, buy a bottle of wine (they'll lend you an opener) buy assorted cheeses, find a place to sit and enjoy an indoors picnic.

  • Pelin Güvenç Kefel

    - 31 May 2018 -

    So many vendors!!! It’s hard to choose so just go with your gut or just use yelp 😄

  • Ercan Balcı

    - 28 May 2018 -

    Sushi, soup and everything were what we had and were delicious

  • adriana castro

    - 20 May 2018 -

    Must try tacos from la numero 1 and craft beer

  • Vildana Kurtovic

    - 10 May 2018 -

    A varied mix of casual, local and international, eats. Also includes some fun retailers.

  • Carlos Carreto

    - 06 May 2018 -

    The lobster roll is awesome, as also is the sushi

  • Juan Diez

    - 02 May 2018 -

    Fun fact: Oreo was invented in this building

  • Tonie Wan

    - 25 April 2018 -

    Endless food options. Best to come on a rainy weekday to avoid crowds. Surprisingly nice, clean bathrooms.

  • Olina Terzi

    - 21 April 2018 -

    Am I the only one that has been to better food halls and indoor markets? Not impressed..

  • Wally N

    - 18 April 2018 -

    Neither big nor impressive. Not much will be lost when Google takes over the space. Try one of the city's other food halls instead.

  • Martina Ottolino

    - 02 April 2018 -

    Lobsters and oysters

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Chelsea Market tours

Ground Zero Museum Workshop Tour

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NYC at Night Bus Tour

All that glitters might not be gold, but a little shimmer makes New York City all the more glamorous. Your night tour of the Big Apple by bus will allow you to view the most popular attractions as they light up for the evening. Drive through Greenwich Village, SoHo and Chinatown, and check out the...

High Line and Chelsea Walking Tour

The High Line, an elevated freight rail line converted into a park, has become a classic New York City attraction. Couple it with Chelsea, the neighborhood it goes through, and you’ve got one action-packed and informative 2-hour guided tour. Get an insider’s tour of this area, complete with...

New York High Line Park Walking Tour

This New York walking tour of High Line Park will inform and excite you as you take in the rich history of the neighborhood, which dates back to 1847. You will learn about New York's urban cowboys and High Line Park's history, walk through the historic Meatpacking District and Chelsea Market, and even...

New York City Chocolate Lover's Walking Tour

Meet in front of Chelsea Market at your selected departure time. Your guide will then lead you on an easy walk through Manhattan's Meatpacking District and Greenwich Village to visit several popular and off-the-grid dessert boutiques and chocolatiers. Pop into these local gems or enjoy your...

Small Group New York Meatpacking District Chelsea Market and The Highline Walking Tour

Escape from the hustle of Times Square on this guided, 2-hour, small-group walking tour around New York City. Visit the scenic, aerial greenway of the popular High Line, plus the trendy Meatpacking District and Chelsea neighborhood in Manhattan. Soak up the atmosphere and learn about the history and...

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