​Check out Tara Milk Tea's guide to NYC based on some of the things she experienced on her recent trip.

EAT:

CHELSEA MARKET 

As you can tell from the name, Chelsea Market is located in the Chelsea neighbourhood of Manhattan. Here you’ll find a huge range of fresh produce, restaurants and cafes all under one roof in a rustic style setting. The food hall has really become quite iconic and you can find some of the best and tastiest food here.

We ordered a lobsters roll set from Lobster Place, where you can find a wide range of fresh seafood. However there’s no seating here, only standing tables. After a walk along the high line and a visit to The Pint Shop we returned for Korean ramen and cuisine at Mokbar. The kimchi ramen and spicy tofu bowl were so delicious!

 

DO:

HAVE A PICNIC IN CENTRAL PARK 

I’ve wanted to do this for years, but never had the chance due to the times I’ve always visited NYC (winter). My friend Patty and I had the best sushi/fruit/cheeseboard date in the park on a day with the best weather. We picked everything up from whole foods on the way in. If you’re a little too lazy to do it yourself, you can book a picnic to be set up for you by The Perfect Picnic. Find their Instagram here.

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