Located between 9th & 10th avenues bet 15th & 16th streets. Formally the NaBisCo (National Biscuit Company) ,which was originally comprised of several bakeries who later formed one company. In 1959 NaBisCo factories moved its bakeries to Fair Lawn NJ where they reside today. The Chelsea Market completed renovations in 1997, broadcasting Oxygen Network & Food Network from the upper-floor studios. Today the old National Biscuit Company is home to many savory businesses that one can only appreciate by sampling. A must see for youth and families.
Chelsea Market Favorites: Ninth Street Espresso; Eleni’s New York ~ Designer cookies + cupcakes; Ninth Street Espresso brews up smooth joe with a second location in the East Village; Eleni’s New York, designer cookies + cupcakes that taste better than they look, and they look spectacular!; Fat Witch Bakery, freshly baked chocolate brownies + blondies; Sarabeth’s Kitchen, fresh baked goods + tea + coffee + hot chocolate; Buddakan underground Asian fusion restaurant and lounge; Green Table Restaurant, snacks + meals + desserts; Lobster Place, freshly prepared seafoods + sushi; Amy’s Bread, fresh baked bread + sandwiches. Zoom there in a cab or get there by subway: 1 or 9 Subway ~ exit at 23rd & 8th.
Written by Sabrina Tate
* While ZTrend strives to write fact-based pieces about New York City's small boutiques, "splash visit" profiles may contain inaccuracies, as "splash visits" are merely the interpretation of the writer's first-hand experience and should not to be relied upon as fact.
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