Chelsea Market

Chelsea Market in the Meatpacking District is home to awesome shops and even better food. Generally, the restaurants and stalls at the Market are outposts of popular NYC restaurants, as having a location in popular/crowded markets is the perfect way for restaurants to increase their presence. Chelsea Market is crowded and lively, and given the Market’s rise in popularity over the last few years, the NOBREAD team decided it was time to go on an adventure to find the best gluten free eats!


Sohha yogurt was our first stop.


You can make your own parfait with fresh fruits, nuts, and seeds.

IMG_9094I added a drizzle of honey to mine! BTW-The granola is subject to cross-contamination, so be careful if you are sensitive. They also serve salads and bowls for lunch!


Grab a pint to go!


The Filling Station has giant jugs of olive oils, vinegars, and salts. It’s a great place to buy some NOBREAD approved cooking supplies for yourself or as a gift! The purple jug is full of merlot sea salt- how fancy is that?


Unsatisfied with just one breakfast, we hopped up on a stool at Bar Suzette and ordered a gluten-free crepe!

Huevos Rancheros at Bar Suzette

Huevos Rancheros!

Huevos Rancheros at Bar Suzette

Bellies full, we took the elevator upstairs to Inglot Cosmetics and ogled over their amazing eyeshadows. Next it was time to scope out some lunch spots!


Takumi Taco has a separate gluten-free menu! They serve Mexican-Asian fusion cuisine; my favorite were the tuna tacos on corn tortillas. It’s definitely worth a stop! Next, we wandered around The Lobster Place.


It’s a marketplace where you can buy lunch or take home a giant fish for your evening’s dinner party.

The prepared items are delicious and they have plenty of NOBREAD choices.


Craving some sugar, we checked out the lineup at Liddabit Sweets.


One Lucky Duck also makes sweet choices- like these faux oreos!



We couldn’t fit another bite of food- the true sign of a successful day!