7 New Vendors Coming to Chelsea Market in January
In addition to recently opened Chelsea Creamline diner from Ronnybrook, the former Ruthy's space will be getting a slew of new vendors including the Philly-imported hummus and pita spot Dizengoff (as previously reported). Here's a look at what else to expect besides Dizengoff when the new section opens in January.
This Italian sandwich shop will move from its current location in Gansevoort Market and is known for heros piled high with fresh Italian meats and cheeses.
This famed West Village chocolate shop (the oldest in the city) located on Eighth Avenue will open a new outpost within the Chelsea Market space.
The bizarre and beloved German street food (steamed and fried pork sausage covered in curry ketchup) makes its NYC debut when this LA-based chain opens in Chelsea Market. In addition to the traditional pork varieties, the options for protein include chicken, veal, beef and tofu as well as a variety of sauces.
The Essex Market–based artisanal, kosher bagelry sets up shop in Chelsea.
This new pizza concept is inspired by Sicilian street food in the eponymous town
The first and only shop in America specializing in artisanal, small-batch sesame halva and freshly ground tahini. 18 different halva flavors will be on offer as well as five types of tahini ground on-site.