Where to Eat, Drink and Shop in Chelsea

Where to Eat, Drink and Shop in Chelsea

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Chelsea’s restaurants, shops and producers offer some of the greatest food in the city. Whether you’re looking for a local grocer or an elegant dinner, there’s something for everyone in this community.

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    About a dozen food vendors set up shop on the High Line between May and October. L’arte del Gelato has been selling their small batch gelato for the past 3 years, & Melt Bakery sells ice cream sandwiches with fun flavors.
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    The beloved Brooklyn cheese shop, which has been open for a decade in Cobble Hill, brought their cheese across the river earlier this month to pair up with Black Label’s incredible wine selection in a 3,000 square foot location.
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    Toppings are relatively complex (like in the roasted cauliflower pie with béchamel, parmesan, green olives, garlic, chili and parsley above), but the ambiance and cooking methods make for a simply rustic experience.
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    This little diner is the only place in Chelsea that fills a craving for plátanos in every way, shape and form — they once even made me a special order of mofongo for breakfast.
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    Doughnut Plant opened its second location right here in Chelsea. The shop now offers dozens of handcrafted doughnut flavors, including my personal favorite: the square-shaped peanut butter doughnut filled with homemade blackberry jam.
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    The restaurant’s six-foot chalkboard has the name of the farmers they source from. A decade later, Cookshop continues to support local farmers, resulting in a menu that seriously elevates simple American cooking.
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    The tiny shop delivers massive flavor, smoking their own brisket, chicken, pork & a special weekly ingredient. Wrap it all up in a burrito with some lime-mayo rubbed street-cart corn, and finish with a churro doughnut.
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    From their pickles to their wines to their jerky, Foragers hand selects products from small businesses, most of which are located a subway ride away.
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    After it’s roasted in Brooklyn, as we reference in our recent story Pulley Collective, the coffee is brought to a shop on West 20th where it’s brewed by the cup. Nothing beats their flat white topped with some flawless latte art.
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    Txikito has become the best spot in New York for Basque cuisine, serving up a menu of tapas that are based off of fresh, simple ingredients.
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    Lucy’s Kazickas really loves cheese. She opened her shop Lucy’s Whey in East Hampton in 2008 and has since opened two locations in Manhattan, including one in Chelsea Market.
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    Their Cambodian sandwiches have truly created a revolution by combining flavor and texture profiles that are tough to find elsewhere in Manhattan. Num Pang’s best kept secret is that their sides are even better than the sandwiches.
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