Port Food: Where to Eat in Manhattanby Kayla Becker | April 13, 2016
1. Gotham West Market
What do you do when your fellow travelers can’t agree on one type of food? This 10,000 square-foot food hall solves that problem, serving up a world of flavors from nine unique vendors. Try house-made charcuterie at The Cannibal or handcrafted ice cream at Ample Hills Creamery, and sit down for a casual experience at communal dining tables. Prices are low (by New York standards, at least) and some vendors are open from 7 am until midnight.
Order: Tacos from Choza Taqueria. You can’t go wrong with any of this Mexican joint’s tacos, stuffed with your choice of carnitas, chorizo, carne asada, or garbanzo beans.
Address: 600 11th Ave. (between 44th St. and 45th St.)
Kayla Becker is a New York City-based contributor to ShermansCruise and the assistant editor for the site.