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Hands Down—Hell's Kitchen!

Long known for its undeniable presence in the New York restaurant scene, Hell's Kitchen is an exciting and historic neighborhood just begging to be explored. From burgeoning bistros turned franchise powerhouses to hole-in-the-walls turned local staple, this is the neighborhood to find your next unexpected meal or unique purchase. Here are our favorite places to visit like a local.

Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market

Haggling over that last vintage handbag, vendors shouting prices for their wares, and the smell of food trucks serving up both familiar and exotic flavors: this is the Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market. Adored by designers, bargain hunters, and antique collectors alike, venturing to this one of a kind flea market is an experience in itself. Head to the Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market every Saturday and Sunday to bask in the organized and fashionable chaos.


This upscale Mediterranean bistro pairs vibrant flavors with a bold passion for innovative ethnic cuisine. A popular spot among locals in the neighborhood, Taboon is a perfect spot to begin your night in Hell’s Kitchen.

Ardesia Wine Bar

Low-key and unassuming, Ardesia Wine Bar is a solid spot for before or after dinner drinks. Just a few blocks north of the hotel, stop here for glasses of wine and perfectly paired tapas and other small plates.

Pocket Bar NYC

This quaint side street bar with character has an intimate neighborhood feel and an atmosphere that will make you feel like a local. The Pocket Bar, just a short walk from the Skyline Hotel, is a great place to catch up with friends, stop by for a pre-show drink, or pick the knowledgeable bartenders brain for hidden gems in the neighborhood.

Gotham West Market

A flavor-filled food hall just blocks from the hotel, Gotham West is a warehouse turned upscale culinary food court. Similar to its food hall peers, such as Chelsea Market, Gotham West caters to the exploratory food fan, with cuisines ranging from sustainable fresh fish at Seamore's, to traditional Chinese breakfast street food, The Jianbing Company.

The Jolly Goat Coffee Bar

This neighborhood coffee shop serves up classic brews and coffee treats that are sure to get your day going. Located just a few blocks from the Skyline, stop by the Jolly Goat for refreshing cold brews and delicious in-house baked pastries.

The Intrepid Museum

A must see museum in Hell’s Kitchen, this sea, air, and space museum rests on 1943 aircraft carrier, The Intrepid. The museum features various military vehicles, including reconnaissance planes, submarines, and fighter jets. Perfect for any history buff, this floating museum also offers unparalleled views of downtown Manhattan, and is a great way to spend the day on the water.