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Gansevoort Market: food stands galore

for food lovers

Just 100 metres from the entrance to the High Line and the newly relocated Whitney Museum, one of the newer and perhaps trendiest of food counter centres has opened its doors.

After Midtown, which is already home to Eataly and the Vanderbilt Urbanspace near Grand Central Station, it is now the turn of the Meatpacking District to open a gourmet market.

Or should we say reopen, since the Gansevoort Market takes the name of a farmer's market first opened in 1884. Absolutely industrial, the market is located in a warehouse with brick walls and exposed beams and facades that have remained unchanged. Gansevoort Market hosts nearly 25 food counters and is spread out over more than 7,500 square metres. One more opportunity in Manhattan to treat yourself and taste the latest culinary trends: the irresistible taco at Tacombi in particular, sold from the famous Volkswagen bus.

To take away or eat on site, on the terrace or in the heart of the market, dig in and enjoy!

Gansevoort Market
52 Gansevoort Street
New York, NY 10014

www.gansmarket.com

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