New York, NY 10024
Village Voice's Description
On the second floor of Zabar's, the food shopping mecca, is a tantalizing, comprehensive collection of kitchen goods. Yes, a person can get a little overwhelmed in the over-packed aisles, but this is absolutely the place to get everything you need. Outfit your kitchen with reliable pots and pans, coffee grinders, spoons, spatulas, panini presses, toasters, immersion blenders, mandolines, steamers! And at checkout, instead of being tempted into Star Magazine, pick up a bunch of flat, orange French sponges.
A food mongers heaven - this place is synonomous with New York - the deli and smoked fish bar are drool worthy. If you go in, you won't re-emerge for a couple of hours. I always pay a visit when I'm in town. Not quite like Harrods food department in London (which is spectacular), but it's more downhome and my personal favorite. Great to pick up picnic food and walk over to... More >>
A food mongers heaven - this place is synonomous with New York - the deli and smoked fish bar are drool worthy. If you go in, you won't re-emerge for a couple of hours. I always pay a visit when I'm in town. Not quite like Harrods food department in London (which is spectacular), but it's more downhome and my personal favorite. Great to pick up picnic food and walk over to Central Park.
Tips from foursquare
On Giada's Weekend Getaways, Giada De Laurentiis shops and snacks at Zabars, a grocery store that's lived on the UWS of New York, NY for over 70 years. Find more tips at Food Network Local.
Just a few blocks from Central Park, this deli has every gourmet item you could want from meats to cheeses to coffee to pastries.
Drop in for a not overly sweet cup of hot cocoa, for under $2.
Known for its bagels, smoked fish, and cheeses, this traditional Jewish specialty food store in the Upper West Side is a local favorite. It can get crowded though so get there early!
Try the Prosciutto panini and spot it on Foodspotting!
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Joan Nathan would never cater her Passover seder. The famed cookbook writer known for her Jewish-American recipes usually cooks everything for... More on Zabar's Cafe »
Following the discovery (and ensuing shame) that Zabar's $16.95-per-pound lobster salad did not contain actual lobster, Saul Zabar announced... More on Zabar's Cafe »
Because (a) August is a bit slow for news, and (b) sacred cow tastes best when it's freshly slaughtered, the world now knows that Zabar's... More on Zabar's Cafe »
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