Travel the world in these packed culinary spots, featuring the best of NYC food. Also nosh at pop-up markets.


Olly Olly Market

📍601 W 26th St

Sample food from a eleven diverse vendors at a welcoming market. Favorites include viral scallion pancake burritos from Forsyth Fire Escape, yubu tarts (fried tofu pastries) from DdoBar By Joomak, Asian-influenced pastries from French JM Bakery and street tacos from Ploo. Lots of seats at counters and tables in the spacious interior.


Mercado Little Spain

📍10 Hudson Yards
Mon-Fri 11 am–10 pm
Sat-Sun 10 am–11 pm

Experience the delicious diversity of foods and drinks from all corners of Spain. Get a quick bite from the food kiosks around tables in a bustling area inspired by Spain’s historic market halls, go to the plaza for a picnic or sit down at full-service restaurants. In happening Hudson Yards.


Wonder Chelsea

📍128 W 23rd Street
Daily 11 am–9 pm

New dining concept Wonder brings over 10 unique restaurants under one roof. Wonder couriers bring orders directly to your table. Options include Alanza, Barrio, Chai Pani, Chios Taverna, Di Fara, Fred’s, Limesalt, and Tejas Barbecue. Use code WELCOME5 for $5 off your first order. Also on the UES (2030 Broadway at W 70th St) with more locations coming soon.


Chelsea Market

📍75 Nineth Avenue at W 15th Street
Mon-Sun 7 am–10 pm

Choose from doughnuts, tacos, hand-pulled noodles, lobster rolls, gelato and many more delicious options at this indoor market. Find covered outdoor tables available along 15th and 16th Streets. Shopping options include books, chocolate and fun Chinese merchandise & snacks at Pearl River Mart. Find all sorts of sweet treats at a new outpost of legendary Economy Candy. Look for art installations among twinkling lights and cool…


The Hugh

📍601 Lexington Ave at W 53rd St
Mon–Fri 7 am–9 pm

A new food hall highlights the artistry of award-winning and innovative chefs. 15 carefully curated dining experiences include counter-service Japanese, Caribbean, African Italian, and more. Don’t miss the pastries and cookies Mah Ze Dah. Lots of seating amid art, murals, greenery and romantic lighting. Hours vary by restaurant.Select restaurants are open on weekends.


Gotham West Market

📍600 Eleventh Avenue between W 44th & 45th Streets
Daily 11 am–10 pm

Sample some of the best eats in the city including Petee’s Pie Company sweet and savory treats, Gorin Ramen authentic Japanese noodles and Corner Slice’s square pizza in an indoor, weather-proof hall.


Eataly Flatiron

📍200 Fifth Avenue at West 24th Street
Daily, 9 am–10 pm

This giant delicious Italian marketplace has restaurants, food counter and a nutella bar. We love the delizioso pizza, prosciutto, pasta, rotisserie chicken, chocolate, gelato…really just about everything. Find the fresh mozzarella making for some entertainment. Seating is limited, especially during lunch and dinner hours when the whole place is crazy crowded, but lovely Madison Square Park is just across the street. Other locations include the…



Tin Building by Jean-Georges

📍96 South Street
Sun–Thu 8 am -10 pm
Fri–Sat 8 am - 10:30 pm

Explore an array of culinary experiences at acclaimed chef Jean-Georges sprawling culinary destination located in lower Manhattan’s historic Seaport. The two-story waterfront building, previously part of The Fulton Fish Market got over 100 years,  houses multiple restaurants with open kitchens, innovative retail concepts including an exquisite candy and gelato shop and impeccably stocked markets. Sit down at a variety of lovely restaurants, or browse stands…


Essex Market

📍88 Essex St
Mon-Sat 8am–8pm
Sun 10 am–6 pm

Sample fresh, affordable, and high quality food and other items from 40+ small businesses in this Lower East Side fixture.S hop vendors with individual stories and distinctive personality for delicious treats like cupcakes from Sugar Sweet Sunshine, cheeseburger empanadas from Dominican Cravings, ube ice cream from  L.E.S. Ice Cream Factory and many more diverse options. Vendor hours vary Lots of tables available at the light-filled…


Le District

📍225 Liberty Street
Mon-Fri 8 am–11 pm
Sat-Sun 10 am–12 am

Mangez on freshly made croissants, crepes, frites and more delicious treats in a French shopping district within happening Brookfield Place. Visit culinary-specific stations, lovely restaurants, and an outdoor patio. Take your treat to the terrace for a view of the French-in-origin Lady Liberty.



 Time Out Market NY

📍55 Water Street

Sample some of the best NYC food: fluffy pancakes from the venerable Clinton Street Baking Co., thin-crust pizza from Patsy Grimaldi’s Juliana’s, Middle Eastern bites from Miss Ada, fried chicken from Jacob’s Pickles, Japanese comfort food from Bessou, cookie dough scoops from DŌ and more amazing eateries—all cherry-picked by Time Out New York. 21,000 delicious square feet over two floors with indoor & outdoor seating…


Dekalb Market Hall

📍445 Albee Square West
Sun-Wed 11 am-9 pm
Thu-Sat 11 am–10 pm
Breakfast Vendors 8 am–4 pm

This bustling basement food hall ion the basement of happening City Point houses 40 diverse food vendors, including old-school & new-school NYC names. Feast on artisanal arepas, noodles, baos, donuts, french pastries, susgi, tacos, sushi, churros, crepes, frites, humus, ice cream and more. Hours vary by vendor.


Industry City

📍220 36th Street
Daily 8 am–9 pm

An ‘innovation ecosystem’ of six buildings connected by courtyards has lots of design tenants and cool installations to explore (don’t miss the always-changing elevators). 6 million square ft of eats, drinks, and play includes lots of outdoor green space and indoor spots to lounge. Check out their events calendar for tons of all ages activities including weekly live music. 🍽  Choose from a huge range…