Gallery: What to Eat While Walking the High Line

High Line Views
High Line Views

Stroll the length of the High Line and spot one of these skywalks scattered throughout the city.

Blue Bottle Latte
Blue Bottle Latte

Blue Bottle has single origin drip coffee made to order as well as espresso drinks.

Blue Bottle Coffee
Blue Bottle Coffee

There are also pastries, and beans to purchase by the bag.

Delaney Barbecue
Delaney Barbecue

By the time I arrived at 11:45, Delaney Barbecue had run out of its lunch supply (it opens at 11), so if you want some brisket, go early.

The Taco Truck
The Taco Truck

The Jersey-based food truck is selling tacos, tortas, chilaquiles, and a salad.

Carnitas Michoacan at the Taco Truck
Carnitas Michoacan at the Taco Truck

The carnitas tacos are $5.50 for two.

Hongos Tacos
Hongos Tacos

For a vegetarian, and a much spicier alternative, try the hongos ($5.50 for two). The filling includes mixed mushrooms, seasonal vegetables, epazote with lime-pickled onions, and chipotle salsa.

Lunch Seating
Lunch Seating

One of our favorite spots to eat: the bleacher-style benches that overlook 10th Avenue.

La Newyorkina
La Newyorkina

Half of the mobile food vendors specialize in dessert, like Fany Gerson's La Newyorkina. Her Mexican popsicles ($4) come in flavors like mango (pictured), cucumber, and coconut.

L'Arte del Gelato
L'Arte del Gelato

One of our favorite ice cream shops, L'Arte del Gelato is selling their super-creamy gelato and sorbet.

People's Pops
People's Pops

Try the ice pops ($3.50) or shaved ice ($2.50) at People's Pops. Their menu changes daily based on what locally grown fruit is available.

Plum Chai Pop
Plum Chai Pop
Melt & Sigmund's Pretzels
Melt & Sigmund's Pretzels

Market veteran Sigmund's comes bearing soft pretzels, while Melt Bakery specializes in ice cream sandwiches in flavors like Thick Mint and Red Velvet.

The View
The View

There's no better view of Chelsea and the Meatpacking District.