Head south of touristy midtown Manhattan and you’ll stumble upon the charming and historic Chelsea & Flatiron Districts – two truly authentic New York City neighborhoods.
When you think of Chelsea, the Highline or Chelsea Market probably come to mind. But the heart and soul of Chelsea resides on the quiet streets that run east-west between the avenues. Lined with cheese and charcuterie shops as well as quaint pâtisseries, Chelsea is a foodie’s dream.
East of Chelsea is the Flatiron District. As the city gets built up, torn down, and rebuilt, the Flatiron always maintains its charm. Unknown to many visitors, the Flatiron is bursting with cute cafés, authentic bars, the city’s best collection of turn of the century building architecture, and interesting history. Hidden among its streets you will find some of the most delicious food and drink in New York City. You will also observe incredible site lines of the city’s most beautiful buildings. You just need to know where to look! And that’s where we come in.
Join us on our food and history tour and discover a side of Chelsea and the Flatiron that few have the chance to see.
May 25, 2017, 8 p.m. to Dec. 29, 2019, 12:30 a.m.
Location: 650 6th Ave , New York, NY 10011