We walked the Highline to Chelsea Market specifically to have brunch. It's a busy place and hard to find a seat once you have purchased too much to eat. The selection of fish is very vast, saw stuff I had no idea what it was until I read the label. We shared a delicious lobster, as well as soup. The turn-over is quick, so we didnt really wait long for a seat, although not together at first, but people are very accommodating and moved so we could sit together, a very minor thing. The food was worth it, if you love fish this is the place to get your fill.
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