Cuisine: American , Farm-to-Table , Family Friendly
Menu: View the Menu
A year after opening at Chelsea Market, Chef/Owner Harris Mayer-Selinger is expanding his popular “Farm to Tray” fast-casual concept, Creamline, with its first brick and mortar location at 180 7th Avenue in Chelsea. Harris’ mission is to bring simple, delicious food to the masses, while staying committed to the restaurant’s core philosophies: supporting local farmers, maintaining sustainable practices, and sourcing responsibly. Aside from the restaurant’s key partnership with Ronnybrook Farm Dairy, Creamline also works with a number of like-minded purveyors like Dickson’s Farmstand Meats to deliver a menu of American classics. Guests can expect a selection of comfort food favorites, crave-worthy all-day breakfast items, hot chocolate, fried Oreos, and Ronnybrook Farm Dairy milkshakes and soft serve. Unique to this location is the “Chelsea Combo,” where guests can have a burger, fries and soda for $15 (or upgrade to a milkshake for $3 extra). Beverages include Maine Root fair-trade sodas, coffee from Ninth Street Espresso, lemonade and unsweetened iced tea.
Payment: Accepts Credit Cards
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