Chelsea Market is New York’s preeminent food hall, and it never fails to excite. By offering up a slew of constantly changing food and drink options, all of which unique and creative, the market has quickly earned a reputation for being one of the trendiest in the world. Although it’s known to be hip and new, this ability to be innovative is an old tradition. Before it was Chelsea Market, it was the original Nabisco Factory Complex — the birthplace of the Oreo cookie. Today, it takes up that mantle of innovation, offering a diverse selection of meals to millions of foodies and tourists.
In addition to its reputation of being a paradise among foodies, Chelsea Market has a well deserved reputation of fun as well. You can spend hours roaming its atmospheric halls, each teeming with a delightfully nostalgic old New York feel. Lining these hallways sits over 35 vendors, combining to offer up one of the most diverse conglomerations of food in the city. But food vendors aren’t all to expect at Chelsea Market. Vendors such as Posman Books and Anthropolgie, along with local artists and creators are also among Chelsea’s offerings. Take your time and explore, the market is guaranteed to reward and it will most certainly never leave visitors hungry.