Stylish Traveler: Chelsea Girls
With more than 200 galleries, Chelsea has plenty of variety. Here, eight of them that feature everything from paintings to sculpture, videos to installations.
- Cheim & Read
- 547 W. 25th St.;
- James Cohan Gallery
533 W. 26th St.;
- Sean Kelly
528 W. 29th St.;
- Matthew Marks Gallery
521 W. 21st St., 522 W. 22nd St., and 523 W. 24th St.;
- Robert Miller Gallery
- 524 W. 26th St.;
534 W. 25th St.;
- Nicole Klagsbrun
526 W. 26th St., No. 213;
521 and 534 W. 21st St.;
Fashionistas are flocking to nightlife queen Amy Sacco's first restaurant.
461 W. 23rd St.; 212/366-0404; dinner for two $90.
Retro bakeshop with pies and cupcakes galore.
184 Ninth Ave.; 212/647-9956; dessert for two $5.
A Bollywood sound track sets the mood for modern Indian street food.
189 Ninth Ave.; 212/242-1900; lunch for two $30.
The art world's favorite gathering spot, with no-nonsense Italian dishes.
246 10th Ave.; 212/206-6766; dinner for two $100.
Twenty-four-hour hangout catering to gallery-goers at noon and club kids at 4 A.M.
210 10th Ave.; 212/243-2736; lunch for two $45.
The next best thing to a Parisian pâtisserie.
169 Ninth Ave.; 212/627-9010; dessert for two $12.
Small space; big Vietnamese flavors.
158 Ninth Ave.; 212/633-0550; dinner for two $50.
Parish & Co.
Globally inspired American cuisine, mostly organic and naturally grown ingredients.
202 Ninth Ave.; 212/414-4988; dinner for two $60.
A bite-sized tapas bar.
205 10th Ave.; 212/675-8805; dinner for two $50.
Wild Lily Tea Room
Sleek spot for Japanese afternoon tea.
511A W. 22nd St.; 212/691-2258; tea for two $25.