Bloomingdale's x Food52

You Heard Right:
We're In Bloomingdale's!

Here at Food52, we believe in cooking thoughtfully and living joyfully—and that goes double for the holidays. That’s why we teamed up with legendary retailer Bloomingdale’s, a brand whose eye for quality and design dates back to 1872(!). Together, we're forging ahead into this festive, occasionally nutty season to bring you the best in shopping, stress-free hosting, and more.


For a limited time, you can shop our favorite products in person at Bloomingdale's 59th Street flagship in NYC and online at Feast your eyes on the entire Bloomingdale’s x Food52 Collection, a roundup of 100-plus gifts and clever finds for your kitchen, table, and home. There you’ll find something for every last loved one in this thoughtful mix of one-of-a-kind stunners (hello, handblown decanter) and handsome yet practical doodads (brass spoon rest? Aunt Mona's gonna flip!).


1000 Third Avenue (59th Street & Lexington Avenue)
8th Floor
New York, NY 10022
(212) 705-2000

When you're done shopping, see what else we’re cooking up! We'll be bringing Food52 to life at Bloomingdale's 59th Street flagship in NYC with special events on the dates below. Get new recipes for your next celebration and learn our go-to tips and techniques for cooking, decorating, and more.

November 4th
Rise & Shine With Food52 | Cooking Demo

November 9th
Roast Your Own Adventure with Food52, Powered by If You Care

November 30th
We’re Food52 and We’re on Your Sides, Powered by Braun

December 7th
Oh My Pies with Food52, Powered by Braun

December 9th
Dreamy Tablescapes with Food52

December 14th
Cozy Up for The Holidays with Food52, Powered by Braun

December 16th
Give More Thoughtfully & Joyfully with Food52

Our Much-Loved Holiday Recipes

We wouldn’t be Food52 if we didn’t share some of the recipes that we can’t wait to dig into this season. From a classic roast turkey—and even an Italian alternative—to an unexpected twist on spiced pumpkin cake, these dishes show that great cooking doesn’t have to be complicated. (Don’t be surprised if family and friends request them again next year!)