If you're looking for lunch in Chelsea, Chelsea Market really should be your first stop. This expansive retail space is home to a couple dozen vendors, most of which do food of some kind. Consider this your one-stop guide to eating well in the market.
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On the Homestyle Meatloaf Sandwich ($8), beef and bacon meatloaf acts as the wise chaperone to a youthful couple of ketchup and pickles.
This is an intensely marbled piece of pastrami that's made with beef navel.
Dickson's uses the real stuff to make its Slim Jakes and flavored jerky ($15 / half-pound).
The Meatball Sandwich ($10) at Dickson's Farmstand Meats is close to slider-size, especially when compared to its lumbering hoagie cousins from Little Italy.
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With words like pork shoulder and beef sausage on the menu at Dickson's Farmstand Meats, now serving lunch in Chelsea Market, why should anyone order a simple ham and cheese sandwich ($8)? Because it's one of the best we've ever had.
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Where to pick up your turkey, sides, and much, much, more.
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