Happy Wednesday everyone! We promised you another neighborhood guide this week, and we are not going to disappoint. Today we are telling you all about Hell’s Kitchen. Spanning from 59th-34th and 8th Avenue west to the Hudson River, known for the plethora of restaurants, Hell’s Kitchen will leave your tummies happy.
So, let’s talk about food first! There are so many places to choose from, and virtually any cuisine you desire. From BBQ, to Thai, to French, to American classics you can’t go wrong. Room Service is some of the best Thai in the city, and if you want some good old fashioned BBQ try out Daisy Mae’s or Southern Hospitality. Don’t forget about Gotham West Market if you want a full sampling of foods!
If it’s just a snack you are looking for, pick up a cookie at Schmackery’s, or maybe some fresh bread and bakery items at Amy’s Bread!
Head on over to the river to experience the Intrepid Museum, or wave at the cruise ships as they take off!
If you want to stay in Hell’s Kitchen look no further than The Hudson, Yotel, or the Skyline Hotel. Ash and I have stayed at the Hudson and had an incredible experience. It’s a bit hidden, so make sure you look for the iconic trees that sit outside the entrance.
Hell’s Kitchen is an awesome neighborhood. Take a stroll and take in the architecture, or go on an around the world food trip. You won’t be disappointed in your results. There is so much to see and do, that you could spend multiple days and eating and exploring in this neighborhood alone!
Which neighborhood would you like us to explore next? Let us know in the comments below.
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