NYC Guide: Gansevoort Market

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I typically don’t hang out in the Meatpacking District since it consists mostly of trendy nightclubs (not my scene) and expensive, upscale designer boutiques (not my scene either, though I wish it were). However, a few months back I was wandering the area while taking a photo walk with Joanne Pio, and we stumbled across the Gansevoort Market. It’s an open-air marketplace with a gorgeous flower stall and tons of great food joints, in a casual, indoor-meets-outdoor atmosphere. I never even knew it existed! This place is definitely worth a visit if you’re in the area, perhaps visiting the High Line. Take a peek…

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Gorgeous florals at Flower Girl.

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Tacos at Tacombi.

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A skylight and winding branches over a picnic table/eating area.

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Colorful macarons at Dana’s Bakery.

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Neapolitan pizza at Luzzo’s.

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Gansevoort Market

52 Gansevoort Street

Open daily 8AM-9PM

photos by Jacqueline Clair for York Avenue.


  1. Andrew says: August 18, 2015

    Great pics…makes me want to visit!

  2. Amber says: August 18, 2015

    Gorgeous photos. This makes me want to live in New York so much! Luzzos looks amazing. So does that taco van and those macarons! YUM! 🙂

    Thanks for sharing this!


  3. Elana says: August 18, 2015

    Adding to my list of places to go soon! xo

  4. Riley says: August 19, 2015

    Your photos are so beautiful! I typically go to Chelsea Market because I could eat a million tacos from Los Tacos No. 1 (highly recommend if you haven’t tried them!) but this post makes me want to stop by Gansevoort as well. Thanks for sharing!

    – Riley

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