BY Meatpacking BIDPUBLISHED 01.14.2022

There’s so much new in Meatpacking! The past few months have brought new retailers and new restaurants to the neighborhood. See what all the buzz is about below: 

New in Meatpacking

Image Credit: Genesis House

Genesis House
Food, art, and design are just a few of the things you’ll find at the newly opened Genesis House. Built as a sanctuary for New Yorkers, this new destination is unlike anything else you’ve experienced in the city before. 

Image Credit: Genesis House

La Devozione 
Located in Chelsea Market, La Devozione is the first US based outpost of the 110 year old family run company, Pastificio Di Martino. The space features a 30-seat tasting menu pasta bar, a to-go kitchen, and a shop for all your pasta needs. It’s a pasta lover’s dream spot! 

La Pecora Bianca 
Fresh, house-made pastas are coming to Meatpacking with NYC favorite, La Pecora Bianca. Opening in Meatpacking on January 27th, the stylish space will offer modern takes on classic Italian fare.

Marcus has reopened in the neighborhood as a chic space for all your home decor needs. For unique and one-of-a-kind pieces, head to Marcus on 13th Street for luxurious finds. 

Image credit: Nigel Curtiss

Nigel Curtiss
The Nigel Curtiss Flagship store in Meatpacking offers a luxury lifestyle shopping experience. With a modern residential feel, the new store features the full collection of ready-to-wear for women and men, a custom atelier experience as well as a coffee bar and lounge. 

The new studio space for Renna Jewels in Meatpacking showcases the brand’s timeless, elegant, and individual pieces. Make an appointment to shop and see pieces that have been featured in Vogue, Vanity Fair, Forbes, and more.

Soho Home

Soho Home Studio
If you love the interiors of Soho House in Meatpacking, then you’ll love the new Soho Home Studio on 14th Street. Soho Home Studio New York houses pieces that are inspired by the Soho Houses worldwide, and offer the ability to bring home a piece of Soho House with you. 

Saint Art
Saint Art is a new studio space in Meatpacking that brings New York street style for everyone. Combining elements of high-trend fashion, sport, and streetwear to build an assortment and key silhouettes that are effortless. The best part? The brand is sustainable and doing their part to do right by the planet. Each Saint Art piece is produced in limited quantities to curb waste. Although the brand is located on the upper floor of 420 W 14th St, anyone can schedule an appointment to visit the studio.

The Old Yew Plant Shop
For the rarest variety of houseplants, head to The Old Yew Plant Shop. Located on Horatio Street, the shop aims to “bring your home or office to glorious, green life”.




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