Upper East Side Supermarket+

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D'agostino Supermarkets, 10028 Gracie
  1233 Lexington Avenue at 83rd - New York, NY              
Fast forward to the 21st Century. Nick D'Agostino, Jr. is Chief Executive Officer and his two sons, Nicholas III and David, operate the 23-store D'Agostino chain. The stores are small, but they stock a wide variety of high quality groceries, produce, meat, poultry, and seafood as well as deli items. The chain may be small by food industry standards, but D'Agostino enjoys a big reputation both in the city and nationally. Movies and television shows shot on location in New York frequently use D'Agostino stores or "DAG BAGS" to help impart a sense of New York City realism. Network reporters often report grocery or food news "on location" at D'Agostino stores. D'Agostino is NYC super marketing.
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Eli Zabar, 10028 Gracie
  1411 Third Avenue - (between 80th and 81st Streets) - New York, NY              
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Eli Zabar's world-renowned stores in New York on the upper east side include Eli's Manhattan, Eli's Vinegar Factory, E.A.T., and Eli's Bread. Shopping services and grocery delivery, corporate catering, holiday menus, gift baskets, fresh produce, gourmet restaurants, and the gift of bread await the savvy shopper.
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Pioneers Supermarkets, 10028 Gracie
  1407 Lexington Avenue - New York, NY              
Pioneer Supermarkets have a long tradition of serving consumers in New York City and surrounding communities, and there are currently more than 30 Pioneer Supermarkets located in the New York metropolitan area. Each store is independently owned and operated by merchants familiar with the needs of their local neighborhoods