What are the must-visit gourmet markets in New York City?
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Lisanne is a trusted home cook.
Fairway, Zabar's, Whole Foods Columbus Circle.
Amanda is a developer at Food52.
Fairway and Kalustyan's
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Eataly of course. But this place is more like a department store or museum than a market. At least four aisles of pasta alone. And instead of clerks they could perhaps employ docents. There is probably a department for ladies' hats but I have'nt discovered it yet.
After that I'd head downtown to Russ & Daughters on E. Houston. Small, crowded and very lower East Side.
Uptown I do like Fairway and Zabars but it's almost torture to be in those places for more than a few minutes.
I guess I forgot Dean&DeLuca at Prince and Spring. Train stops outside the door.
Yes, Dean&DeLuca. Fairway before 10AM! :)
Definitely agree that Eataly is a great place to browse and find some imports that are hard to find elsewhere. And Pierino is spot on re: Russ and Daughters. Best smoked fish!
Or what we NYers call "appetizing".
amysarah is a trusted home cook.
Russ and Daughters is Mecca for smoked fish (yes, appetizing!) Slicing it properly is an almost lost art, still practiced there. But re: Italian, I'd head to Arthur Ave. in the Bronx. It's what Little Italy was before it became extinct - same vendors have been there forever, it's the real deal, not touristy. (Sorry, not a big Eataly fan.) Also not a gourmet store per se, but in warm weather, I'd head to the greenmarket in Union Square and the Smorgasbord at the Brooklyn Flea (Williamsburg) on Saturdays - vast assortment of delicious things. Oh, and so many others...
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