Paula Cooper Gallery
An icon of the art world, Paula was one of the first to move from SoHo to Chelsea in 1996 (she was also one of SoHo's pioneers, opening...
One of the major players in the art world, David Zwirner operates several galleries around Chelsea, including this five-story...
General Theological Seminary
Founded in 1817, this is the oldest seminary of the Episcopal Church in America. The school, which sits in the midst of the beautiful...
A loft-like experimental space in west Chelsea that also produces edgy theater, readings and music performances, Kitchen is where you’ll...
Wielding Spanish tapas in closet-sized surrounds, Tía Pol is the real deal, as the hordes of locals swarming the entrance can attest....
156 Tenth Ave · interesting places nearby
A brilliant brunching pit stop before (or after) tackling the verdant High Line across the street, Cookshop is a lively place that knows its niche and does it oh so well. Excellent service, eye-opening cocktails (good morning, bacon-infused BLT Mary!), a perfectly baked breadbasket and a selection of inventive egg mains make this a favorite in Chelsea on a Sunday afternoon.
Dinner is a surefire win as well. There's ample outdoor seating on warm days.