While visiting the Whitney museum last week, we came across Gansvoort Market, a very hip food market. It occupies a warehouse space of exposed brick walls, artfully weathered, with a seating area arranged around a skylight and several gnarled trees. Wooden tables press up against stalls selling Thai food, meatballs, sushi and Cornish pasties. If your city wandering takes you elsewhere, check out this article about some of the best food courts to visit in New York City. Our next destination is Le District – a little taste of France in the big apple.