1. Blue Bottle Coffee600 11th Ave, New York
2. The Cannibal600 11th Avenue, New York
3. Court Street Grocers Sandwich Shop600 11th Ave, New York
4. El Colmado600 11th Ave, New York
5. Little Chef600 11th Ave, New York
6. Ivan Ramen600 11th Ave, New York
7. Genuine Roadside600 11th Ave, New York
8. Gotham West Market600 11th Ave, New York
They are serving up fine artisanal coffee from New Orleans and other single origin coffees at Blue Bottle; look to them for all of your caffeinated beverage needs.
Located inside Gotham West Market, The Cannibal offers a menu of market-driven small plates, charcuterie, and cured meats alongside a rotating list of 200 global beers and a selection of bourbons and whiskeys. An offshoot of the original Murray Hill location, the Hell's Kitchen outpost offers the same great menu of items and beverages.
You can find delicious hand-crafted sandwiches like their Beef Shank or Pork Shoulder at this outpost.
Brought to us by Chef Seamus Mullen and the team behind Tertulia, El Colmado is dishing out Spanish-style tapas and even features a full wine bar. We are in love with their oyster happy hour and think that it is one of the best deals in town. Check their website for more information.
If you're looking for a hearty and filling meal, look no further than the Little Chef located at the Gotham West Market.
Famed Chef Ivan Orkin is serving up five different rice and noodle dishes at this storefront Slurp Shop. Although you should try them all (immediately!), it's not all ramen here: don't forget about the breakfast buns, pork meatballs, or roasted beets
Everyone knows the best part of road trips is the diner grub, and Genuine Roadside capitalizes on this shameless indulgence with classic American fare done up with a gourmet twist. Come in for spicy smokehouse burgers, shrimp tacos, and vanilla bean ice cream sandwiches, and -- if you're not driving -- pair your meal with a cold beer or specialty cocktail.
Since Gotham West Market houses nearly a dozen of the city's best vendors -- such as Blue Bottle Coffee, Ivan Ramen Slurp Shop, and Choza Taqueria -- calling it a food court would be doing it a great injustice. This next-level gathering of purveyors in Hell's Kitchen supplies guests with ample cuisine options, and is truly the first of its kind in the city.