Gansevoort Market

Below is a quick and dirty photo dump of some of the cool joints in Gansevoort Market. My wife and I strolled through after eating lunch so we didn’t really partake in anything here. When I get back down here I will update this post accordingly.

Bruffin:

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 Luzzo’s Pizza:

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 Some other interesting shops, like gelato, tacos, sushi, etc.

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MEAT! Cappone’s and Macelleria:

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 Some signage:

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This little crepe joint was cool too – I nabbed some video:

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Greek yogurt being made, teste bag format:

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Bangkok Bar looked delicious:

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Donostia has some interesting looking sandwiches:

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This was probably the coolest thing to behold. Bacon on a stick for $5, and it was HUGE:

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Would love to try a chorizo dog too.

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Essentially I need to go here with the intention of eating, vomiting to make room, and repeating. Fuck yeah, Bulimia!

2 thoughts on “Gansevoort Market”

  1. I tried few of the places there and had mixed reviews:
    – The bruffin: the French bruffin is pretty good.
    – Ed’s lobster Bar: no surprise, but very good lobster roll.
    – Luzzo’s: it is one of my favorite pizzeria in NY, so I was glad they were there and loved the fact that they have small personal pizza.
    – The Pig Guy: good brisket; I’ll pass on the Mac and Cheese.
    – Sushi Dojo: good but pricey.
    -Cappone’s Salumeria: a must have! Their sandwiches are fantastic!

    So, enjoy (I did)!

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