Best Hotel in Upper West Side Manhattan NYC

Best Food Halls
to Grab a Bite

New York City is a culinary mecca, offering a wide selection of flavors from around the world. What better way to experience all the tasty bites than going to a food hall! These halls give foodies the chance to sample the best that the city has to offer all in one place. Here are our top picks of places to go on a gastronomic adventure.   

1. Chelsea Market

Located in the heart of the Meatpacking District, Chelsea Market is one of the city’s most iconic food halls. Originating as a biscuit factory, the market is now home to food vendors, artisanal shops, and even an immersive art space, Artechouse. From freshly shucked oysters and delicious bowls of ramen to lobster rolls and international cuisine, Chelsea Market offers an endless array of culinary delights. The tacos at Los Tacos no. 1 are not to be missed. 

2. Time Out Market

The trip out to Dumbo is absolutely worth it to visit Time Out Market. Time Out quite literally wrote the book on the best dining establishments, so it’s no surprise that they have expertly curated this food hall. You can take a trip around the world with the diverse roster of restaurants taking you from Thailand to India and then back to the LES with a classic pastrami sandwich. During the summer be sure to grab a beer and enjoy the upstairs rooftop, with great views of the Manhattan Bridge overlooking the city. 

3. Tin Building

The Tin Building is a culinary delight curated by chef Jean-Georges. This building was once the Fulton FIsh Market, where for 200 years the fishermen of NY sold their wares on the East RIver. Today it is a food emporium showcasing the finest cuisines. Inside you can find farm-to-table delicacies and global street food. As you take the escalator upstairs you get transported to an art deco bar that pays homage to the building’s roots. Stop by the gourmet grocery on your way back home to bring back a taste with you. 

4. Smorgasburg

Perfect for the warmer weather, Smorgasburg is a weekly food festival. The original location is right on the Williamsburg waterfront and happens on Saturdays. They have also expanded to the World Trade Center on Fridays and Prospect Park on Sundays. Smorgasburg is a fresh take on street food – adding a New York flavor to it. A haven for foodies – guaranteed you will find a taste that you will crave for weeks to come. Sample a ramen burger and finish with a delicious fresh squeezed juice. Enjoy delectable bites as far as the eyes can see. 

In one of the food capitals of the world, food halls allow tourists and locals alike to sample many flavors in one location. From the historic Chelsea Market to the waterfront of Brooklyn, enjoy your exploration of New York’s culinary delights. With each taste,  you’ll encounter a bit of the city’s diverse culture. After a long day of filling your belly, stay at Hotel 99 as you sleep off your food coma. 

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Marcus Ferguson

Marcus Ferguson

From Poland

It is well located near the subway, it is quite clean, the area is safe and with shops around, on a major avenue, it is not at all noisy wich being NY is very unlikely, I was in a room with a bathroom, 

Fabiana Martínez

Fabiana Martínez

From Uruguay

The hotel is recycled and very nice. The rooms are very small but clean and nice the bathroom is shared with few rooms and I always found it empty. Also very clean and neat. Great budget option in NY.

Victoria Elizabeth

Victoria Elizabeth

From Colombia

It was a quiet month, we achieved the goal of our stay in New York and felt safe. The location is practical, it is close to the station to move to the tourist area. The cleaning and service staff are very friendly and helpful.


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