75 Ninth Avenue
(Between 15th & 16th Streets)
New York, NY 10011
Closed temporarily due to Chelsea Market closure
Mon - Fri 7:00am – 8:00pm
Saturday 8:00am – 8:00pm
Sunday 8:00am – 7:00pm
Visit Amy’s location in Chelsea Market, a city-block long building that was once the Nabisco Oreo factory and is now a food lovers’ paradise. This huge brick building, filled with interesting architectural details is a must-see for food lovers: a unique and fascinating mix of specialty food stores, housewares, a wine shop, a florist, cafes, and restaurants.
Opened in July of 1996, Amy’s Bread was one of the original businesses that established the market and helped to make it what it is today. From 1996-2012 our storefront spanned the length of the bakery where you could see all our bread made by hand, from mixing to shaping to baking.
Today our store features racks filled with freshly baked bread, cases filled with breakfast pastries, scones, muffins, sticky buns, croissants, biscuits, bars, and cupcakes. In the morning we offer a selection of breakfast sandwiches, our handmade bagels, rolls, and twists. Stop in for lunch and try our wide variety of sandwiches, many of them grilled, or a healthy salad from our Fresh and Healthy salad station. We have layer cakes, bars and cookies to satisfy your sweet tooth and excellent coffee and espresso beverages featuring Fonte Coffee Roasters. Our comfortable café has stools for dining in, and we are happy to pack your order for a walk to the High Line, the perfect spot for a picnic—only one block away. When you stop in, observe our Goddess of Bread, a replica of a painting from a famous bakery in Paris, carrying Amy’s Bread. Take a few moments from your busy day to treat yourself at Chelsea Market.
By Subway – A, C, E, or L train to the 14th Street (8th Avenue) station. Walk West to Ninth Avenue and 15th Street.
By Bus – Take the M11 bus down Ninth Avenue and get out between 15th and 16th Streets.
Parking – There are 2 parking lots adjacent to the building, both with entrances on West 15th Street.