CLOSED: One Lucky Duck Chelsea Market

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    ( 5 reviews )



75 Ninth Ave (at btwn 15th & 16th St, Manhattan), New York City, New York, USA, 10011

A takeaway and juice bar branch of Pure Food and Wine. Its 100% raw food menu is all vegan except for honey used in a few items. You could also enter at 425 West 15th St. MAY 2015 REPORTED SHUT.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, American, Organic, Juice bar, Take-out, All Raw

5 Reviews

First Review by Loulou

Nice spot if you are in the area - Edit

I went there after finishing the High Line. The Chelsea Market is nice, although very commercial, and the Lucky Duck offers different goodies like beauty products, books, etc. I had a very expensive but very yummy guacamole.

Pros: In Chelsea Market, Friendly staff, Healthy

Cons: expensive

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Chelsea Market more juice bar than restaurant - Edit

I stopped by One Lucky Duck in Chelsea Market and wanted to share my findings with others:

-there are a lot of juices to choose from; nice-sounding options for prices on par with other raw juice places
-there is not a lot for lunch, other than some $15 salads in a fridge
-there were some takeaway raw cookies that looked good but were pricey

My review is not to complain about price - raw is typically expensive because of what goes into the food. It is simply to say that if you are a vegan hoping to stop by for lunch, you might be disappointed. Just know it is more of a juice bar than a full-on lunch place. Just a FYI, not intended as a critique at all.

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One Lucky Duck - Edit

I bought a juice/blend from One Lucky Duck for lunch which had a really nice and refreshing taste and was very fulfilling even though it was only about 10-15 oz.
The shop has nice staff and a wide selection of different raw foods of various kinds.
The items there were quite expensive but of excellent quality.

Pros: Large selection, Organic, Nice staff

Cons: Expensive

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Yummy! - Edit

The food and drinks are fantastic and the location is perfect. If it's a sunny day, you can take your food to go and eat up on The Highline Park. The atmosphere is rustic and cozy, the staff is friendly and the amazing food makes it even greater. Also, a perk for those with Celiac/gluten free, they are going to be creating all of their items gluten free, which is wonderful to not worry about cross-contamination.

Pros: Great Food, perfect location, friendly staff

Cons: sometimes the food you want runs out, could have more seating

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great for a takeaway - Edit

There are 2 outlets of this takeaway from the Pure Food and Wine people. We went to Chelsea Market first and arriving only about 3.30pm there wasn't much choice left. It's basically in a food court area where you can order juice/smoothies from the counter and salad/falafel/burgers from the fridge and then go to a communal area to eat. The Gramercey location is just around the corner from the Pure Food and Wine restaurant and they share the same kitchen. Therefore there is a decent menu and it is prepared fresh for you to eat in (at the couple of tables) or take away. The food is a bit more down to earth than in the restaurant but perfect for food on the go.

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