NYC Spotlight | What’s New This Summer at Chelsea Market?

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Cold items from Mokbar include the soybean kong ramen, a soybean and black sesame broth with noodles. {Mokbar}

Unsure where to eat? Don’t know what you want to eat? Do you love ramen, tacos, pad thai, or barbecue? Craving ice cream? Doughnuts? Well Chelsea Market has the answer all those questions for you! With a huge variety of delicious foods, and both sit-down and to-go eateries available, this upscale, urban food hall has everything you need to be satisfied.

Dizengoff
Named after one of Tel Aviv’s most iconic streets, Dizengoff, has arrived in Chelsea Market. Modeled on the hummus stalls (hummusiyas) found in Israel, this eatery offers fresh hummus, which can be topped with an assortment of seasonal garnishes like hot spiced lamb with pine nuts or avocado with harissa. The hummus is accompanied by hearth-baked pita, chopped salad, and Israeli pickles. To cool down, also available is lemonnana, an Israeli-style frozen mint lemonade, local craft beer, and Israeli wines by the glass.IMG_8952Bar Truman
Bar Truman uses locally sourced products in classic, yet gourmet American recipes. By taking simple recipes using high quality ingredients, Bar Truman is taking cravings to a whole new level. Examples of fare include house-made sauces and pickles; perfectly grilled burgers; griddled peanut butter and jelly; crispy fried chicken; and the all-American, county fair corn dog.

Berlin Currywurst
Berlin Currywurst is probably as close to traditional currywurst corner stands in Berlin as you’ll find here in the city. These authentic sausages are offered with different flavors and heat levels, and are joined only by hand-cut fries on the menu.

Chelsea Wine Vault
Chelsea Wine Vault’s is hosting unique weekly wine events and tastings, including rosé riot, summer cocktails, and the Champagne and oyster pairing party, which is a joint collaboration with Market neighbor “The Lobster Place.”

Mokbar
Who doesn’t love ramen? Just because it’s hot out, doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy noodle awesomeness. Mokbar has recently debuted its spring and summer cold ramen menu for a warm-weather alternative to the traditional ramen.

Seed + Mill
While not entirely new, I just discovered Seed + Mill and I’m in love. I’ve never been big on halva, but holy moly — it’s amazingly good! Seed + Mill makes their sweet halva by mixing tahini (sesame butter) with sugar at a high temperature and then hand stirring through a variety of both traditional flavors like marble, pistachio or rose oil, in addition to more unique flavor combinations like lemon & white chocolate, lemongrass, lavender, cardamom, Nutella & hazelnuts, and sea salt dark chocolate. It’s nutty, sweet (without being too much,) and has a great texture.

Indie Fresh
Indie Fresh will soon be a go-to at the Market and just in time to get into spring/summer shape with healthy, protein-packed smoothies, signature juices, and soups.

Ninth Street Espresso
Ninth Street Espresso, “the city’s first quality-driven, specialty coffee bar,” has opened a coffee roasting facility at Chelsea Market.IMG_8938P.S. Chelsea Market’s Latest Cookbook ― Chelsea Market Makers: Recipes, Tips, and Techniques from the Artisans of New York’s Premier Food Hall ― has been released. So for all you chefs and aspiring Marthas and Oprahs, bring the artisanal goods and crafting experts of Chelsea Market to your home.

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2 thoughts on “NYC Spotlight | What’s New This Summer at Chelsea Market?

    1. Chelsea Market is one of my favorite places! But I agree, the best time to go is the middle of a work day. No crowds! And it was great– I honestly haven’t had something I didn’t like from the whole market. Def check it out 🙂

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