The 10 Best Food Halls and Markets in America

An iconic food hall in the heart of Manhattan offering a diverse range of culinary delights.

Chelsea Market

A historic downtown market with a mix of food vendors showcasing the city's diverse cuisine.

Grand Central Market

One of the oldest continuously operated public farmers' markets in the U.S., known for its fresh produce, seafood, and artisanal products.

Pike Place Market

A contemporary market with a focus on local and artisanal products, offering a variety of food and drink options.

Union Market

Located on the waterfront, this market is known for its gourmet food shops and restaurants.

The Ferry Building Marketplace

With locations in cities like New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles, Eataly is an Italian marketplace offering high-quality food and beverages.


A vibrant market housed in a restored factory, featuring a mix of restaurants, retailers, and fresh food vendors.

Krog Street Market

A food hall in a repurposed brick foundry, showcasing a range of culinary offerings from local chefs and artisans.

The Source

A popular spot offering fresh produce, specialty foods, and a variety of prepared dishes in a lively atmosphere.

Central Market

A historic citrus packing warehouse turned food hall, featuring diverse cuisine in a unique setting.

Anaheim Packing District

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