Gotham West Market

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Hell's Kitchen
Once devoid of gourmet-grocery options, Hell's Kitchen got a one-two punch in 2013 with the opening of both Brooklyn Fare and this block-long food mall. The 15,000-square-foot retail-dining mecca is divided into eight culinary stalls—such as Blue Bottle Coffee, and Brooklyn Kitchen—as well as a full-service NYC Velo bike shop. The food court includes Ivan Ramen Slurp Shop, where the noodle guru offers his famed shio, shoyu and chili-sesame varieties; Little Chef, the salad offshoot of Caroline Fidanza's Saltie sandwich shop; and El Colmado tapas bar from Seamus Mullen (Tertulia). Each stall has communal tables, with garage doors opening to sidewalk seating outside El Colmado and the Cannibal's cocktail-and-charcuterie post.
Venue name: Gotham West Market
Contact:
Address: 600 Eleventh Ave
NY
10036
Cross street: between 44th and 45th Sts
Opening hours: Mon–Thu 7am–11pm; Fri 7am–midnight; Sat 8pm–midnight; Sun 8am–11pm
Transport: Subway: A, C, E to 42nd St–Port Authority
Price: Average ramen: $12. AmEx, MC, V

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Pat M

Gotham West Market is a diamond in the rough and has a little bit of everything. The burgers and sandwiches at Genuine Roadside don't disappoint, El Comado has delicious tapas, and if you have any room left over, stopping at Ample Hills Creamery for homemade ice cream is a must! You can't go wrong with any flavor they make, but try the "Hell's Kitchen Sink" concoction of salty and sweet. All of this variety is available in a bright, casual atmosphere that gives anyone in far West Midtown neighborhood an awesome haven of some of the best food the city has to offer.

Alex E

Almost everything I've tried here is top notch - totally unique and special food. The ice cream, the ramen, the sandwiches are all amazing, but I would especially recommend sitting at the window if it's nice out and getting tapas. The tapas I had became one of the best meals I've ever eaten in the city. They also have an interesting wine selection (including wines on tap) that is great. The only thing I would skip at GWM is Genuine - totally overpriced and not that tasty.