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Dean & DeLuca

Map & Directions 560 Broadway
New York, NY 10012
  • Sun, Sat 8am-8pm, Mon-Fri 7am-8pm


Village Voice's Description

Opened in 1977, Dean & DeLuca is SoHo’s name brand, luxury larder: the 560 Broadway location is the gourmet retailer’s flagship, just around the corner from the original. Here, old world delicacies mingle with newfangled foodie trends, and everything is arranged in overflowing displays of decadent baked goods, colorful produce, and impressive cuts of meat and fish. The lavish spreads lure in SoHo shoppers and tourists alike, but the high ceilings and white columns make for a comfortable space that can handle the hustle and bustle. If you’re not just there for the free samples, the staff is generally knowledgeable about the selection of fine foods and wine, plus there are plenty of prepared dishes to take home and enjoy without having to fuss with actually cooking. For those seeking more elaborate service, Dean & DeLuca offers catering services as well as personal shoppers. --Alex Spoto

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Tips from foursquare

  • Lucky Magazine on 12/09/11

    Grab some fresh fruit at the original Dean & DeLuca.

  • Baratunde on 02/03/10

    This place is hella expensive! Why are you shopping here!?

  • Louis Vuitton on 05/02/12

    A local's favorite, a perfect rest stop for a tourist. A New York delight! Don't forget to grab some fresh fruit at this original Dean & DeLuca location.

  • Dens on 01/14/13

    Iif you're about drop $13 on a pre-packaged salad STOP, WALK OUT, and walk 3 blocks east to Parm on Mulberry between Prince & Spring and get their $14 chopped salad ($1 more and 100x more delicious!)

  • F'd In Park Slope on 05/02/10

    I recently discovered their half a bagel with cream cheese, tom, lox, dill and capers (to the right of the prepared foods counter). This is my new goto lunch.

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