Chelsea Market is one of my favorite food courts in New York City and a place that I am constantly recommending to visitors.
With over 35 places cuisine offerings including Korean ramen, authentic Italian pizza, and vegan sushi rolls, Chelsea Market has something for everyone.
The market is constantly evolving and changing with new foodie spots being added every year. In addition to food, Chelsea Market also has clothing shops, such as the cool thrift shop Artists & Fleas (which you can read more about in my post on Williamsburg, Brooklyn).
One of my favorite places to get fresh pasta at Chelsea Market is Giovanni Rana Pastificio & Cucina. The restaurant specializes in Italian food and has a nice selection of colorful pasta options which can be purchased to cook at home.
Down the hall from Giovanni Rana is a delicious little brownie shop called Fatwitch. Specializing in a variety of different brownies, the popular Fatwich makes everything from Blondies to cherry-filled brownies.
Insider tip: Pop into the shop early for some free brownie samples!
As you continue down the hall, you will come across the popular Spices and Tease, which sells various kinds of colorful and aromatic teas and spices. If you need something to spice up that bland chicken you have sitting in your refrigerator, this is the place to go!
Another one of my Chelsea Market faves is Doughnuttery, a little hole in the wall that sells delicious mini donuts. Some of my favorites include the Cheeky Peach and Urban Monkey.
One of my new favorites at Chelsea Market is the restaurant Filaga. Specializing in authentic Italian-style square pizza, Filaga is extremely delicious. Their pizza is the closest thing I have had to genuine Italian pizza since visiting Italy.
When visiting New York City, do not pass up the opportunity to visit the market!
Get There: 75 9th Avenue (located on the on the block between 9th and 10th Avenues and 15th and 16th Streets)
Hours: Monday – Saturday 07:00 to 21:00 // Sunday 08:00 – 20:00
Updated August 2017