New York's Best Gourmet Food Shops

New York's Best Gourmet Food Shops

 

New York has some of the best restaurants in the world, and naturally enough, some of the best fine food grocers. Stocking the highest quality products, sourced locally and imported from all over the world, these stores have so many tasty things to chose from you won't be leaving empty handed. Handcrafted cheese, Spanish ham, homemade condiments, chocolates and artisan bread - they provide the perfect ingredients for a seasonal hamper or edible gift. Take a look at all NYC has to offer in terms of fine groceries below. 

 

  1. Blue Apron Foods

    Blue Apron Foods is a traditional, family-owned specialty food shop nestled within Brooklyn’s Park Slope neighborhood. Your entrance is greeted with the rich scent of coffee beans and the warm aroma of bread, and as you walk…

    814 Union Street, 11215 Brooklyn

  2. Zabar's

    If you live in New York City, chances are good that you’ve already heard of Zabar’s. From modest beginnings in the 1930s the shop has grown into a New York landmark—it’s listed in almost every major guidebook to the city, and…

    2245 Broadway, 10024 New York

  3. Marlow & Daughters

    Open the door of Marlow & Daughters and you step off a city street and into the backroom of a farmhouse. The walls of the little shop are lined with staple products and delicacies, and the back is a fully functional butcher shop…

    95 Broadway, 11211 Brooklyn

  4. Saxelby Cheesemongers

    The first shop in NYC to specialize exclusively in American cheeses, Saxelby Cheese gets all of its artisanal products from small, independently-owned farms. Most of these farms are located between Maine and Pennsylvania, but…

    120 Essex Street, 10002 New York

  5. Manhattan Fruit Exchange

    The slogan at the Manhattan Fruit Exchange is: “If it grows, we sell it.” While we didn't see any Asian Slipper Orchids during our visit, we did find one of New York's largest selections of fresh fruit and vegetables–from…

    75 Ninth Avenue, 10011 New York

  6. Buon Italia

    When it comes to cooking, Italians have traditionally relied more on quality ingredients than elaborate recipes. They wisely leave the twelve-hour soufflés and pumping of goose esophagi to the French. Quality ingredients were…

    75 Ninth Avenue, 10011 New York

  7. Murray's Cheese

    Many locales are credited as being New York City “institutions” and the appellation is not always justified. Sometimes, however, it totally is. Enter Murray's Cheese. Started in 1940 by a Jewish immigrant who'd served in the…

    254 Bleeker Street, 10014 New York

  8. Bklyn Larder

    So much more than a deli, this Flatbush Avenue treasure offers a dazzling array of top-notch delectable treats. Bklyn Larder's hand-crafted cheeses, pickles, chocolates, candies, cookies, pretzels, sodas and beers are created by…

    228 Flatbush Avenue, 11217 Brooklyn

  9. Sunrise Mart

    Thorough as contemporary American supermarkets have become in stocking international foods, it is still necessary to visit ethnic markets for high-quality specialty goods. Though this is hardly a problem in NYC, some ethnic groups…

    494 Broome Street, 10013 New York

  10. Di Palo's of Little Italy

    The story of the Di Palo's is classic New York: In 1925 an Italian immigrant couple opened a store on Mott Street that sold food in the style of their homeland. Today, 3 generations later, Lou, Sal, and Marie Di Palo are…

    200 Grand Street, 10013 New York