The Summer Olympics in Tokyo are in full swing, and you can join the action by enjoying food from the different countries represented at Chelsea Market as well as Industry City in Brooklyn. Both venues will be offering their own culinary interpretation of the Olympic Games, serving up food from a variety of cuisines while offering special deals and prizes.
Until August 8th, Chelsea Market is offering a Summer Olympic Games Passport where guests can eat around the world in celebration of the global sporting event.
Be on the lookout for Chelsea Market’s health ambassadors who will be handing out passports for guests to travel around the Market for the chance to win special prizes and cash in on discounts from vendors. Customers can collect stamps on their passport when they visit different vendors, and the first twenty people to turn in a completed passport will receive a $100 gift card to Chelsea Market.
Head over to Brooklyn to continue your Olympic food crawl, where Industry City has launched its own array of festivals and special deals in celebration of the Olympic Games and dedicated to the diverse and creative community found within their campus.
Guests who visit this “Olympic Village” of food and activities can root for their favorite teams while enjoying special menu items from vendors who represent every corner of the world.
Food offerings include a Kangaroo Kooler from Gumption Coffee, a decadent Australian-style iced latte with vanilla ice cream and Tim Tam sprinkles, the first-ever German Döner Kebab in New York from Kotti Döner, a Cardamom Blossom Moscow Mule from Sahadi’s. Industry City’s expansive Japan Village will also offer sushi to-go and a number of traditional menu items like the claypot rice dish.