Did you know that on Munch Ado, it’s very easy to search in many different ways? Well if you don’t know, now you know. Don’t waste your time just sitting around in a circle with your buddies thinking about where you’re going to eat. Put your phone or computer browser to work and search out a new favorite instead.
Not only might you find amazing new cuisine, but you could find a whole lot more. On Munch Ado, you’re able to search by mood, dollar amount, atmosphere and more. Not only this, but you can find a hot spot to make a reservation or maybe even prepay. Whether you’re looking to go on a date, a girls night out, drinks with the boys or any other celebration, we’ve got you covered.Today, we’re talking Chelsea. You know, the neighborhood Chelsea. Yes, that’s right, we’ve got some pretty hot spots all throughout the neighborhood and wanted to bring some of them to your attention. Let’s get started.
Now that you get the idea, here are some of our picks right now for where to dine in Chelsea. How could we steer your wrong right?
Shangri-La, 208 7th Ave
Pictured here is the Clay Pot 5-Spice Garlic Roasted Duck, but that’s not all you can get. Try Boozy Bubble Tea, noodle dishes and anything else you may be in the mood to try at this Opium Den decor-themed restaurant.
Hudson Station, 440 9th Avenue
If you have a sweet tooth and you’re passing through the neighborhood worry not. With something called “Cookie Smash” how could you go wrong?
Ootoya, 8 West 18th Street
If you’re in the mood for comfort food, we feel you. Especially good? Japanese comfort food!
Artichoke Basille’s Pizza, 114 10th Avenue
Who can resist a slice, right? If you’re with the crew (also very okay to do alone), have an entire pie.
So the point here is clear, Chelsea is pretty rad when it comes to spots to eat at. We’re not telling you have to dine here, but if you want to, we’ve got you covered.