Inside the famous and historical Nabisco Factory in Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborhood, there are no longer production lines pumping out cookies. The huge Nabisco factory- the birthplace of the Oreo Cookie, is no longer functioning in its originally intended way. However, this NYC landmark building has not gone to waste. The huge complex of Chelsea Market stretches between 9th and 10th Avenues, from 15th to 16th Street, taking up exactly one city block. The huge complex houses a variety of commercial offices and locations, but it is best known for the massive indoor open-air market at the ground level of the old factory. Inside boasts a large number of vendors and marketplaces selling quality produce, seafood, artisanal foods and many local products. The market is also home to a large number of restaurants and eateries. Not only can you shop for the best quality products, visitors are encouraged to come hungry, because the market connects to many options for great dining. Stop in for a famous Mac & Cheese at Ronnybrook Milk Bar, Toasted Cheese at Lucy’s Whey, or some chowder from the Lobster Place. The options are endless, and if you don’t feel like dining, you can always pick up some freshly baked bread, imported or local cheeses and charcuterie and take a picnic to the nearby High line Park!