Chelsea Market


Chelsea Market in New York City not only has lots of restaurants and shops, it’s also a great place to take photographs.  Natural light flows through the high windows and the old brick is really nice.

I had three daily itineraries for my time in New York City and I chose this one… Greenwich Village (yesterday’s post) — Chelsea Market — Highline Park – Times Square – N.Y. Public Library – Bryant Park – Grand Central Station.  I also went to Gantry State Park in Queens to meet a fellow blogger (that will be a future post).  So my first day I was in Brooklyn, Manhattan and Queens!

I walked most everywhere (except to Queens) and have holes in my boots and had a blister on my foot to prove it!

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I was there at lunchtime, so it was a bit busier than usual…I’m assuming.  I love how the floors gleam!

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Pretty spices…

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I especially liked this section of the architecture and lighting from not only above…but below.

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I had some Pad Thai for lunch.  It was O.K.  There’s a place in Cincinnati that has better.

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This young lady caught my eye.  Not only was she pretty, but her green hair was cool!  The photo is a little blurry, but I told her I’d put her up!

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Tomorrow visit the “Highline” with me.  It was one of my favorite parks in New York City.

17 thoughts on “Chelsea Market

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  2. This I have been waiting on … and this is on my – must do list … Brillant shots, love the rustic looks and feeling of the place. Love the spices and the young girl. Waiting for the park visit now. *smile

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  4. Nice shots and after vastly curious I must check it out on my Favorite holiday Halloween we have a place here moments out of Boston same name but so not the same lol I used to truck produce from CA into OUR Chelsea Market where all the restaurants that are any good go to purchase their fresh ingredients daily 🙂

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