Dickson Farmstand makes some fine sandwiches, but are they good enough to make our top 10?
Since being founded in a former Nabisco factory complex in 1997, Chelsea Market has struggled to preserve its identity as the ultimate foodie destination. But as foodism has changed from being an active to a passive preoccupation, the multi-building complex has evolved in the direction of being a destination food court such as you might find in any shopping mall in the country — only better.
Fork in the Road has spent days stalking the twisted thoroughfares of Chelsea Market, seeking out prepared foods from over 20 establishments and pitting them against each other to come up with a top 10 things to eat there.
So please join us bright and early tomorrow morning as we bring you Our 10 Best Things to Eat in Chelsea Market.
The Lobster Place offers a series of seafood soups.
This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on April 21, 2011