Posts Tagged ‘chelsea’
Socarrat is cozy, authentic, lively, and the food is great! The exposed brick, long communal table, and paintings really adds to the charm of this Spanish resto.
I must caution you though- if you go at prime dinner time, 8p-9p- expect a bit of a wait. They don’t take ressies. The good news is, you can always go next door to the adjoining tapas/wine bar until they call your name.
Tipsy Parsons serves Southern comfort food (but no fried chicken) in a casual and cozy setting. It feels like you’re eating at a friend’s house. I definitely want to check it out for brunch.
Boutique Eat Shop (B.E.S.) is nestled in the heart of Chelsea- off the west side highway.
There’s no need to take a break from gallery hoping to grab a quick bite any more! You can have brunch or dinner while in gallery mode at B.E.S. Every where you turn there’s something cool and visually pleasing. They partnered with area galleries to create rotating installations.
Whenever I’m in the mood for sushi (which is pretty often), and I want to stay local, this is my go-to-spot! The clean and contemporary aesthetic offers a chill feel, and the food is really good. The menu is quite broad with everything from traditional dishes, to fusion, to creative sushi rolls. Every time I go, I try to have something different but I must admit, I have a few faves that you shouldn’t miss!
Oh, and did I mention that the prices are extremely reasonable.