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Essex Street Market

2 reviews

This market will make you feel like you're in a food market in Europe. Under one roof are a bunch of individual stalls and booths with fish, produce, cheese, candy, and a collection of independent food purveyors including our favorites Boubouki and Pain d'Avignon.

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    0.2 mi

    Katz's Deli

    0.2 mi from Essex Street Market

    Pastrami. Pastrami. Pastrami. Obviously this is a place where not only local come but tourist stop by. There is some confusion when you walk in - especially if you get there with a bunch of other people at the same time. They give you a ticket when you walk in. DO NOT LOSE THIS. You can choose to go to ...

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  • 2
    0.16 mi

    The Meatball Shop - Stanton Street

    0.16 mi from Essex Street Market
    31 reviews

    These places more then live up to the hype and Thank The Lord they now have a I believe three in NYC and one in Willamsburg...which is my favorite. Check their website to see the rotating special balls and sides. The Pizza Ball meatballs are amazing. Of special note...as delish as these balls are...their ice cream sandwiches are as good. ...

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  • 3
    0.21 mi

    Doughnut Plant

    0.21 mi from Essex Street Market

    Killer donuts and flavor combos you won't see at your local grocery store. Get a dozen to bring back home with you! Cake donuts travel better than the yeast varieties -- if they manage to make it through the plane ride home uneaten.

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  • 4
    0.08 mi

    Beauty and Essex

    0.08 mi from Essex Street Market
    19 reviews

    See and be seen. Even if you have a reservation be prepared to wait. Great drinks and good food but it is rather loud.

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  • 5
    0.24 mi

    Clinton Street Baking Co & Restaurant

    0.24 mi from Essex Street Market
    16 reviews

    Voted twice by New York Magazine as serving the best blueberry pancakes in the city, Top 10 Brunches by The New York Observer and Best Breakfasts by the Travel and Leisure Magazine, Clinton Street Baking Co. & Restaurant is certainly no stranger to the NYC breakfast/brunch scene. Starting out as a humble venture back in 2001 by husband-and-wife team Neil ...

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  • 6
    0.22 mi

    CultureFix

    0.22 mi from Essex Street Market
    12 reviews

    Really like the food (family meal on Friday) and vibe at this bar/art gallery/store. While the back room/gallery is not the easiest place to have a conversation when a DJ's spinning, it has a nice flow that keeps people from feeling like they're packed in.

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  • 7
    0.04 mi

    Sugar Sweet Sunshine

    0.04 mi from Essex Street Market
    10 reviews

    The banana pudding is heavenly!

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  • 8
    0.15 mi

    Barrio Chino

    0.15 mi from Essex Street Market
    8 reviews

    This non-descript Mexican spot is one of my favorite restaurants in the city. This is the place for smoky, complex, spicy deliciousness with great drinks to wash it down. You can avoid the crowds by going at lunch but the vibe at dinner is worth the wait. Come early and linger or put your name in and grab a coffee ...

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    0.12 mi

    The Stanton Social

    0.12 mi from Essex Street Market
    8 reviews

    This bar sits in lower east Manhattan. Tapas were pretty good, great presentation! Have heard that a lot of photo shoots take place here. There was one held while I was there and a section of the bar was blocked off for it.

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  • 10
    0.14 mi

    Il Laboratorio del Gelato

    0.14 mi from Essex Street Market
    5 reviews

    I just love this place. They make over 250 different flavors, but their display case is only (?) limited to being able to hold 48 flavors at a time for you to choose from. When a container is sold out, they frequently change the flavor with the replacement container so you never know what your options will be. Flavors have ...

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  • 11
    0.1 mi

    Hotel Chantelle

    0.1 mi from Essex Street Market
    6 reviews

    Hotel Chantelle is lovely. It is also not a hotel. It's a restaurant/venue. 1) The jazz brunch is a must do. At $20 and change,with cocktails being NINETY-TWO CENTS A PIECE (sorry for the caps, but this is serious business), this is one of the best weekend brunches on the LES. 2) The basement is perfect for those wanting to ...

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  • 12
    0.2 mi

    IL Laboratorio Del Gelato

    0.2 mi from Essex Street Market

    Absolutely the best gelato I have had in the US. This place is INCREDIBLE. A wide variety of flavors. In addition to some of the more expected options, they had: lemon shiso, thai chocolate chili, amaretto crunch, cucumber, white peppercorn. I had hazelnut and toasted coconut but also tasted thai chocolate chili and Bailey's. All were excellent. The hazelnut and ...

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  • 13
    0.12 mi

    San Loco - Lower East Side

    0.12 mi from Essex Street Market
    5 reviews

    Best taco I have had in NYC at 3am! Gogobot wandered to this hole in the wall after our Wanderlust Holiday party at CultureFix. Scott Hampton and I were sitting alongside Jesus and the last supper. Interesting decor to say the least!

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  • 14
    0.15 mi

    Rayuela Restaurant

    0.15 mi from Essex Street Market
    4 reviews

    Lovely latin-fusion restaurant on the Lower East Side. A little more sophisticated than its sister restaurant Macondo (around the corner). Drinks are a highlight. If the bartenders are feeling friendly, they will give you a Mezcal tasting. I prefer the atmosphere on the ground level to that up above. Definitely worth a visit.

  • 15
    0.15 mi

    Congee Village

    0.15 mi from Essex Street Market
    4 reviews

    It's probably the best authentic chinese food you'll get. Don't be so shocked when they seem a bit rude. On the upside you'll get a really good meal for pretty cheap. The must try list: Chicken & corn soup Jellyfish Whole chicken with garlic Peking pork chop Lobster salad Usually when we go here we go with about 10-12 people ...

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  • 16
    0.21 mi

    Frankies 17 Clinton Street Spuntino

    0.21 mi from Essex Street Market
    4 reviews

    This is a great neighborhood Italian place. It is unbelievable that a kitchen so small can crank out such a varied menu of delicious Italian food. The fresh made pastas are a highlight. The environment here is very cozy -- candle lit with exposed brick walls. The service is friendly if a bit hurried but you can't blame them for ...

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  • 17
    0.16 mi

    WD50

    0.16 mi from Essex Street Market
    3 reviews

    Truly a culinary experience. I loved that the service staff were not snobby at all but just food geeks!

  • 18
    0.81 mi

    Ippudo NY

    0.81 mi from Essex Street Market
    62 reviews

    It's beyond me how I lived in East Village for a while and I never discovered Ippudo, or ramen heaven how I will call it from now on. A stunning venue with cool decor, generous booths for larger parties and a large communal table, it's not hard to understand why it's so popular. The food is incredibly tasty, and judging ...

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  • 19
    0.44 mi

    Lombardi's Pizza

    0.44 mi from Essex Street Market
    43 reviews

    One of NYC's oldest and most famous pizzerias, and with good reason. Cool interior with pictures of lots of famous customers, and an excellent NYC style thin crust pizza.

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  • 20
    0.59 mi

    Balthazar

    0.59 mi from Essex Street Market
    42 reviews

    Balthazar may be horribly cliché, but I can't help feeling a certain fondness for this Soho institution. The service is efficient and often kind and attentive; the close tables engender a certain camaraderie with your neighbors; and the food is reliable. Best to stick to standbys like the hamburger with crisp fries, crème brûlée, and proper cocktails.

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