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Gourmet Food Halls in New York City

NEW YORK CITY has some of the finest food halls in the world, making it easy for you to enjoy delicious French, Spanish, Italian, Asian and more. Get ready to eat well, see great design, and have memorable experiences!

colorful orange and lemon sorbet desserts.candy and grocery displays in an elegant fancy food hall.

Above, chef Jean-Georges' visually spectacular TIN BUILDING at South Street Seaport. The multi-level space includes cafes, beer bar, coffee bar, cheese, markets, wine bar, charcuterie, and a cozy hidden restaurant.

Below, the original EATALY at Madison Square Park is all things Italian, and still hits the mark with its abundant offerings, casual bar seating, and ornate marbled-space.

Interior view Italian-themed food hall in New York City.Cheese counter display with a large variety of cheeses.

At Hudson Yards, LITTLE SPAIN MERCADO by famed chef Jose Andres, brings humor, good design and a variety of delicious Spanish cuisine to its modern airy space. Below.

A lit sign displaying the names of popular Spanish fast foods.Shiney orange colored food truck that serves Spanish cuisine.

Near the High Line Park and Whitney Museum is the powerhouse of food halls, CHELSEA MARKET. Shown below is its Lobster Place with sushi bar.

View of a fish market with people eating at its sushi bar.


Neighborhood maps of New York City with red colored covers.
Early to catch a train? Try Penn Station's MOYNIHAN FOOD HALL located in the former Post Office Building. On the East Side, Grand Central Station has both a food court and the GC MARKET.
Vesuvio gourmet bread shop at Moynihan Food Hall.

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