Yesterday, Gotham West Market, a food hall on the Far West Side, debuted to the public. With dining options ranging from burgers at Genuine Roadside to ramen at Ivan Ramen Slurp Shop, the venue was met with a steady stream of curious and hungry visitors all day. The Commercial Observer was on hand to check it out. After the jump, a tour of the 10,000-square-foot space.
Photos by Amanda Perez.
The counter at The Cannibal, offering charcuterie and small plates, overlooking 11th Avenue.
Seamus Mullen's El Camado, a traditional Spanish tapas bar.
Diners eat at communal tables in front of the Ivan Ramen Slurp Shop.
Genuine Roadside serves "classic American roadside stand fare," including burgers and shakes. The restaurant is the only eatery at Gotham West Market with a dedicated dining area.
Ramen served up from Ivan Orkin's Ivan Ramen Slurp Shop.
The slow-cooked pork donburi rice bowl from Ivan Ramen Slurp Shop, served with roast tomato, scallion and salted plum wasabi.
Diners grab a seat at Seamus Mullen's tapas bar, El Colmado.
A display outside Gotham West Market welcomes visitors on the venue's opening day.
Part of the Gotham Organization's Gotham West residential development, Gotham West Market is located on the ground floor of the building at 44th Street and 11th Avenue.