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…
Gorgeous florals at Flower Girl.
Tacos at Tacombi.
A skylight and winding branches over a picnic table/eating area.
Colorful macarons at Dana’s Bakery.
Neapolitan pizza at Luzzo’s.
52 Gansevoort Street
Open daily 8AM-9PM
photos by Jacqueline Clair for York Avenue.
Great pics…makes me want to visit!
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!
Adding to my list of places to go soon! xo
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!
Thank you so much Riley! I love Chelsea Market too…I had the tacos from there once and I seriously haven’t stopped talking about them since! So good.