The Low Down
What to Drink: Though wine and cocktails are served, the 29-strong beer list impresses with Trappist brews like Chimay and Orval.
Outdoor Dining: Sidewalks seats provide prime seats for watching Sixth Avenue's hustle and bustle.
Look Good: The restaurant's name, Flemish for "market," is pronounced more like "marked."
Lunch Spot: The space fills up with midday shoppers and office lunches fueling up with ham, steak and shrimp sandwiches--all come with a salad.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
Resurrected in Chelsea after a long run in the Meatpacking District, seafood is still the main attraction at this Belgian spot. Markt's menu extends from brunch-y homemade waffles overflowing with fresh whipped cream and fruit to Belgium'sâ¦
Too bad that the service is so bad . . .
By toughbutfair at Citysearch
. . . because the food is actually good. After eating here a few times I would recommend this restaurant for lunch or dinner at the bar only. The... Read More
Old World Belgian Brasserie In The Flatiron
By ABuzzard at Citysearch
I was happy to discover that Markt had relocated to 21st and 6th after losing their old location on 14th and 9th to the new Apple store. I love th... Read More
By JeanMc at Citysearch
I just moved to the neighborhood, and discovered this place... I actually have had a much different experience from the previous person who reviewe... Read More
The Worst EVER food, cheap non-healthy ingridients right out of a canned goods, and #2 service Unbearable, slow and rude!
By dior21green at Citysearch
I've been to many excellent Belgian restaurants, this place doesnt even stand a chance with their Tasteless Salty (b/c salt is the only thing you t... Read More
Beloved Belgian brasserie finds new life in the Flatiron.
By Justin Hartung at Citysearch
In Short When it first opened in the 1990s, this Belgian bistro was a Meatpacking District pioneer at a time you were more likely to find... Read More