Lombardi’s, the legendary Nolita pizzeria, is opening a second location in Chelsea. Lombardi’s opened in 1905 and has often been credited as the first pizzeria in NYC and is famous for their charred pies. For those still mourning the loss of Co., Lombardi’s is a welcome addition to the neighborhood. Click here for more information.
HARBS has been steadily making a name for itself in New York City. Originally from Japan, the cafe has been around for over 30 years but first made its debut here in 2014, opening the Chelsea location before opening a second location on the Upper East Side. The cafe serves fresh cakes, coffee and teas […]
Lasagna Chelsea has a new day for the traditional weekend brunch and it is aimed at those in the food industry who normally are busy serving those traditional brunches. Mondays are Industry Brunch, officially, so that those of you that are on your day off can finally enjoy bottomless brunch cocktails and delicious Italian food. […]
Razor clams are being served at The Lobster Place in Chelsea Market this month. They are hand-harvested from Maine and can be eaten opened and served on the half-shell with a dipping sauce or you can have them cooked with olive oil and garlic. They sell for about $11.50 per pound for 10. Click here […]
Chelsea Market is a great place to wander, eat and shop and The Green Table is a great choice if you’ve got little ones with you and would like to find something nutritious for them to fill up on. The menu features kid friendly meals like mac & cheese and grilled cheese made with organic […]
You can smell the delicious offerings from Doughnuttery long before you arrive at the small booth in Chelsea Market. Their tiny doughnuts come plain and you get to pick what sugars you want to cover them in. Expect to find the classics like cinnamon or vanilla and if you are feeling adventurous try some of […]
Chef Simone Falco of the popular West Village Rossopomodoro and serving patrons of Eataly, is opening a fast casual pizza place in the Meatpacking District. Each personal pizza is under $10 and will maintain the same food quality with the same fine Italian ingredients as his fancier establishments. Click here for more information.
Take part in a walking tour of the Chelsea Market and the Highline where you will discover the history of the market and learn how the market came to be and enjoy many tasting along the way. The tour takes a total of 3 hours and evening tours are available Thursday through Saturdays. Click here […]
Empire Diner, a Chelsea institution for the past 34 years will reopen after closing its doors in 2010. Empire Diner is one of the last free-standing diner spaces left in Manhattan. The exterior of the diner will remain just as it is thanks to its landmark status. Click here for more details.