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Chelsea Market


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There’s a high concentration of good-to-great food at Chelsea Market, and knowing exactly where to find it in the multistory sprawl is a pro-level NYC skill. Want to impress your cousins who are visiting from Nebraska with Italian food after a jaunt through the Whitney? Book the Oval counter at La Devozione for pasta omakase. Running late to an after-work dinner party? Get a loaf of sourdough and some bonus pastries from Alf Bakery. You can also grab reliable tacos for lunch from Los Tacos No. 1, or nurse a hangover with the very good green juice at Manhattan Fruit Market. You might have to deal with some people who don’t understand the rules of walking down a busy corridor, but it’s worth it.

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Whether you’re looking to sit down and escape the slow walkers or grab something to take up to the park, here’s where to grab food The High Line.

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La Devozione serves fantastic pasta, both omakase-style and à la carte, in a pretty space in Chelsea Market.

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This tiny bakery in the basement of Chelsea Market has some of the best sourdough in NYC.

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