Mon - Wed: 12PM - Midnight
Thu - Sat: 12PM - 5:30PM
Sun: 12PM - Midnight
“Still going strong” after more than a decade in the Meatpacking District, this “club”-like "favorite" from Jean-Georges Vongerichten “delights the senses” with its “delectable”, "gussied-up" Southeast Asian street food, “exotic drinks" and “dreamy” decor; though “noisy” and “not cheap”, it’s “fun for groups” and private parties downstairs.
Spice Market is located in the Meatpacking District neighborhood of Manhattan and serves Asian, Fusion, Vietnamese, Pan Asian, and Pacific Rim cuisine. Spice Market accepts advance reservations, serves alcohol, and can accommodate large groups. Spice Market does not offer delivery and does not offer takeout. With seasonality and weather permitting, Spice Market offers outdoor seating.Click to see map »
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