A new marketplace called Gansevoort Market made its debut in the Meatpacking District last week, adding yet another upscale food court-style spot to the growing list in Manhattan and Brooklyn. The new 8,000 square foot space offers over a dozen different food purveyors, from classy coffee shops to sushi to a Greek yogurt bar. It's only a few blocks from the very established Chelsea Market; then again, there's never such a thing as too many tacos.

Inside, a gorgeous vine installation by sculptor Charlier Baker, endowing the seating area with a touch of whimsey. Also adding to that, Tacombi Taqueria's signature VW bus, parked nearby for easy distribution of the aforementioned tacos. Other eating optinos: crepes from Crepe Sucre, New England Seafood from Ed's Lobster Bar, porcine goods from The Pig Guy, tapas from Donositia and more.

The Pig Guy Pork Stand

52 Gansevoort Street between Greenwich and Washington Streets; website. Open 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily.