This week WLNY’s Toni Senecal took a stroll through Chelsea Market in search of great food under $10. She sampled some seafood and checked out a new twist on Oreos before heading out to Long Island to try a Bad Dawg hot dog.
This week WLNY’s Toni Senecal took a walk through Chelsea Market, along the way she sampled some raw food snacks and a mac ‘n cheese side dish that’s big enough to be eaten as a meal.
Don’t think that LA is the only place Hollywood’s elite indulge in a little credit card action. New York City is home to many stars, and the city has its own celebrity clientele that need to be served.
Chelsea Market has been satisfying America’s sweet tooth for over 200 years. It’s filled with people eating, shopping and enjoying the sights.
Mexican brownies with bacon bark, artisanal artichoke mac and cheese, the city’s craziest chowder bowl and the best pint of brew to wash it all down. Toni’s got you covered.
Pet owners in the city have started to buy food for their pets in the same butcher shop where they pick up rib-eye steak and filet mignon for themselves.
The High Line, with all it’s innovation and renovation, isn’t the only attraction Chelsea has to offer. From the historic Hotel Chelsea to the ever-evolving art scene, this Manhattan neighborhood offers plenty to see and do.
A diner that’s sure to surprise you, plus a special offer and a free treat!
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