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As I was in Chelsea Market in the borough of Manhattan NYC, I had to visit this famous shop providing a host of different flavours and there were samples for you to taste whereby you get to see how moist and rich the brownies are....More
Small shop on 9th Ave in Chelsea Market-wonderful aromas of chocolate-the staff is pleasant and busily keeping the shop in perfect shape! Samples of a brownie to die for were out on a dish-and the cute names were lined up--there were several sizes of pkgs...More
Went to buy some brownies as a gift - and gifted myself a congo bar. Wow - this was fabulous. It was kind of a take on a magic cookie bar. Coconut prevails. I loved it. And the brownies I delivered to the doctor's office...More
A very cute concept with some cute design gifts and some delicious flavored brownies. Taster tray was empty which was disappointing since I took a friend back there after going there alone. It's also a pity that you have to pick up everything and read...More
I've been a regular at the Chelsea Market store for a couple of years, I pass by whenever I'm in Manhattan to pick up stuff for my colleagues in London. Can't fault the product but the customer experience hasn't been great on my last couple...More
I'm a snob about brownies. I like them thick and chewy. I loved the limited ingredients, variety of flavors, and the texture was perfect. Would go to Chelsea Market again just to pick up more of these if I visit NYC again.
This is a cute little bakery in Chelsea Market. The only thing we tried were the brownies, which are packaged in many different flavors and sizes (one large one and one smaller personal single bite sized one, good enough to try and see if you...More
Home to hundreds of art galleries, beautiful brownstones, and one of New York’s newest and most popular attractions, Chelsea is one of the city’s jewels when it comes to neighborhood life. The contemporary art scene is an integral part of the neighborhood’s identity, with gallery openings almost every night of the week and countless exhibits to explore. As a longtime hub of gay culture in New York
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