Walking around the meatpacking district was somewhat chaotic with so many trucks loading and unloading at every corner. That being said, the High Line sirs right above it and makes it all worthwhile.
About Meatpacking District
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This part of New York has lots of pubs, clubs and bars, so it's nice and lively. You can also discover it in a different way by walking the High Line, which goes through it.
Great neighborhood with lot pubs and clubs to hangout with friends. This place is crazy on Saturday night. There are long queues outsides clubs like brass monkey, Standard bar etc. so have prior reservation on Saturdays.
walk the high line over via the meat packing district Hudson river views restaurants , cafes, shops (clothing, shoes, trinkets, etc.)
Whether you're a visitor or a local, Meatpacking is a cool, hip place to grab a bite or just hang out on the cobblestone streets and people watch.
----The Meatpacking District in Manhattan is the area roughly between Fourteenth Street (South of Chelsea) and about Horatio Street and between Hudson Street (or Ninth Avenue) and the Hudson River. There are still a few of the first one-family Greek Revival houses that were built...More
Numerous places to inspect and walk around in, as well as surrounded by numerous great restaurants and cafes!
This is a revitalised area of New York City. Well worth making a visit to this sector. When you are there, don't miss the Above ground linear park created from an oil railway line